Thursday, January 26, 2017

Victoria Viewpoints: Thursday, January 26, 2017

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

Top Court Upholds BC Law Requiring Election Advertisers to Register
Water Below Shawnigan Lake Landfill Exceeded Heavy Metal Guidelines
More than 3,000 new Vancouver homes envisioned in draft plans for False Creek Flats industrial area
Smithers sidewalk to nowhere wins "Paperweight Award" for red tape
B.C. councillor resigns after lawsuit against daughter becomes public
Surrey public schools get $217M to curtail chronic overcrowding
Port of Vancouver to cut docking fees for quieter ships by nearly half
Keep B.C. logs here in province, says NDP leader
Speculation likely still driving up house prices in B.C.
Supreme Court rejects appeal against B.C. Election Act
Vancouver residents get first peek at the future of False Creek Flats
'Indigenizing' TRU: University launches storytelling series
Vancouver set to lose more gas stations amid boom in real estate
B.C. acting on jury's recommendations for drug addiction treatment
British Columbia to create 5,200 additional seats in Surrey schools
B.C. election : Contrasting candidates in Richmond's new riding
Liberals in no rush dealing with ICBC matters
B.C. government policies blamed for long, harmful health waiting lists
Surrey school district gets $217 million from province for new student spaces
B.C. seniors' care crisis demands urgent action
Greater Victoria housing market overvalued CMHC says
Shawnigan soil dump site operators in a deep hole
Personal signs, bumper stickers exempt from B.C. election ad law: Supreme Court

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