Tuesday, January 24, 2017

Victoria Viewpoints: Tuesday, January 24, 2017

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

Approval for Shawnigan Lake Dump tainted by 'false and misleading' information
Premier Clark Gives Up her BC Liberal stipend, but questions remain
Goodbye John Baigent, Labour Lawyer who demanded a better world
Clark's shots at vindictive Trump Bring Big Risk for BC
Vancouver calls on Ottawa, B.C. to step in to tackle overdose crisis
Former First Nations chief stakes legal claim on mining minister's property
Sidestepping federal law, B.C. social housing providers offer spaces for drug users
B.C. launches aboriginal family-court pilot project
West Vancouver population drop causes concern
Rural Williams Lake trying 'housing first' approach to homelessness
Judge scraps B.C.'s bid to toss lawsuit against welfare deductions for methadone
Court ruling halts contaminated soil dumping in Shawnigan Lake
Reduced oil spill response times on B.C. coast a step closer to reality
Fiery public hearing predicted on controversial Kelowna tourist development
Ban corporate, union donations from Vancouver civic elections, says report
B.C. government defends response time on fentanyl crisis
Former NDP cabinet minister Lali gears up for nomination battle
Drug-using rooms springing up in government-funded housing in Vancouver
B.C. to pause phase-out of tax break for credit unions, says finance minister
B.C. Ferries vehicle deck access restriction plans delayed
Stop investing in ghost trains
Liberals making rapid course changes
Victoria courthouse tent city drugs pollute soil
$300 million needed for seniors' care in B.C. over next five years, says report
Flu fallacies are costing us all
City of Vancouver workers get seven percent wage increase in new labour deal

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