Tuesday, January 17, 2017

Victoria Viewpoints: Tuesday, January 17, 2017

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

Trans Mountain pipeline deal could tear national fabric: expert
Trans Mountain pipeline project facing new legal challenges from First Nations
Innovation paying off for Okanagan High school
B.C. First Nations unite in fight against Trans Mountain pipeline
Richmond vows to shut doors on legal marijuana dispensaries
TransLink kicks off improvements to Lower Mainland Transit
Where did Gregor go? Poll reveals Vancouver pining for leadership
Bracing for looming lumber war, B.C. town cautiously  hopeful
B.C. Liberals 'asleep at the switch' on softwood lumber NDP leader
'It is our Standing Rock:' First Nations announce legal actions against Feds, Kinder Morgan
Vancouver Mayor Gregor Robertson faces scrutiny on return from vacation
B.C. First Nations take Ottawa to Court over Trans Mountain pipeline approval
Real Estate developers topped BC Liberals donor list in the past year
Never be another Vicki, refreshing MLA will be missed
Donations taint politics in B.C.
B.C. Liberal's cash gets noticed in New York
Fake News is all around us
B.C. rural strategy off to a Rocky start
Young homeless, and at risk in BC's Interior
Wild West Political Fundraising Makes BC A Laughing Stock
TransLink says no plans for Millennium Line to UBC yet, public consultations begin next week
TransLink expands SkyTrain and SeaBus service to reduce wait times and crowding
NDP in a tough spot in B.C.

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