Sunday, January 15, 2017

Victoria Viewpoints: Saturday/Sunday, January 14 & 15, 2017

Our compilation of some of the stories of note from the day, reviewing the political developments from the Provincial scene.

B.C. Liberals' upbeat economic story leaves the north behind
Bob Rennie to step down as B.C. Liberal's head fundraiser
Tiny house movement gets big push forward in Vancouver campaign
Any spots left? Mount Seymour Provincial Park gridlock due to popularity
2017 British Columbia election: Surrey-Panorama riding profile
2017 British Columbia election: Surret-Whalley riding profile
Metlakatla First Nation working on plan to protect heritage, language
All over but the bitumen: why B.C. voters aren't done arguing about Trans Mountain's pipeline
Pipeline protest inevitable, but how big will it get?
Pipeline politics flow both ways as NDP targets Metro ridings
Illness surge strains hospitals, public asked to consider alternatives to ER 
Everyone loves tax relief grant
Child representative prepares for 'reset'
Few politicians immune to cash for access
BC Liberals disclose donors early, NDP dismisses it as gimmick
Gratitude for Joe Wai, Architect and Lover of Civic Life
Coal train derailment causes contamination of water in Thompson River
B.C. Liberal report donations in 'real time'

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