Tuesday, January 31, 2017

Victoria Viewpoints: Tuesday, January 31, 2017

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

Groups want review of Clark's Kinder Morgan Approval, Citing BC Liberal donations
Will Christy Clark rig fundraising reform to kneecap Other parties?
Indigenous peoples are fighting for us all
Court petition alleges B.C.'s Trans Mountain project approval 'tainted' by conflict of interest
Donations taint B.C.'s approval of Trans Mountain pipeline expansion: advocacy groups
Applicant rebuffs British Columbia school's apology for ban on Israelis
B.C. man sentenced to 14 years in prison for trafficking fentanyl
First Nations granted role overseeing proposed Pacific NorthWest LNG facility
Premier Clark in conflict of interest over Trans Mountain pipeline approval, argues petition
Oak Bay may legalize its estimated 800 secondary suites
Canadian Taxpayers Federation accuses TransLink of hiding court costs
Vancouver's chief housing officer fired
2017 British Columbia election: Vancouver-Fairview riding profile
Prescription heroin program ready to rapidly expand
Foreign homebuyers tax exemption 'right thing to do', says UBC professor
First Nations and Taseko Mines face off in federal court
NDP guilty of being prematurely correct on foreign buyers tax
Premier Clark gets personal to connect with cynical voters
City of Vancouver fires chief housing officer
Polak changes her tune on Shawnigan soil dump
Proclaim an end to special days

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