Sunday, January 29, 2017

Victoria Viewpoints: Saturday/Sunday, January 28/29, 2017

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

Environment Minister suspends permit for leaky landfill in Shawnigan Lake
As Trudeau limits 'Cash for Access' Events, BC Remains a holdout
Five Ways to Stop BC's Overdose Drug Deaths now
B.C. to lift foreign-buyer tax for those with work permits
Illicit drug users and doctors who treat them push to end 'stigmatizing' language
Proposal to revive Taseko mine looms as test for B.C. Government
Province to exempt those with work permits from foreign buyers tax, premier says
$5M to tear down your only curling rink: rural B.C. community faces tough choice
Trudeau in B.C.: Dotting the eye on the lion, but downplaying TransMountain
The Fentanyl Fix: exploring potential solutions to B.C.'s opioid overdose crisis
B.C. paramedics aren't an essential service, but some of them want to be
Metro Vancouver missing out on millions in transit corridor taxes
CN wants to know more about upcoming safety report on Burrard Inlet bridges
B.C. Premier Christy Clark to lift foreign buyers tax for those with work permits
Premier Clark happy to praise B.C.'s booming economy - but cost of living is booming too
In Port Alberni, historic rifts surface over a street name
B.C. Liberals might retreat on fundraising
Minister suspends controversial soil permit, threatens cancellation
B.C. to lift foreign buyers tax for people with work permits
B.C. NDP nominates Rachna Singh in Surrey-Green Timbers
UBC establishes task force in response to Trump executive order on visa and refugees
Mayor Gregor Robertson says U.S. immigration changes harm Vancouver's efforts to be a welcoming city

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