Wednesday, January 18, 2017

Victoria Viewpoints: Wednesday, January 18, 2017

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

Vancouver airport unveils 20-year expansion plan
City of Vancouver releases report outlining ongoing costs of opioid overdose crisis in Vancouver
B.C.'s Health Minister suggests raising legal smoking age to 21
B.C. Liquor regulations 'discriminate' against U.S. wines: trade representative
B.C. asks Ottawa to declare public health emergency as death toll from overdoses continues to surge
Vancouver to spend $3.5 million on drug-overdose crisis
U.S. angry over B.C. policy allowing only local wine to be sold in grocery stores
B.C. high school teacher reprimanded for showing 'sluts' documentary in class
ICBC unveils new B.C. Parks licence plates
Drug overdoses claim unprecedented 914 lives in B.C. in 2016
YVR unveils new detailed plans for major expansion by 2037
Kinder Morgan revenue sharing deal could cause provincial feuds, expert says
Surrey Mayor Linda Hepner promises LRT under construction by 2018
Landlord B.C. launches online registry
U.S. launches trade action against Canada over B.C. wine sales in grocery stores
Impact of oil pipelines on first nations spills into courts
Should Social Licence trump National Interest
Alaskans gear up to fight BC Company's mine plans
Oil spill response upgrades means jobs
Horgan takes on Clark, forest companies
New licence plates announced to showcase B.C. parks
B.C. health minister suggests increasing smoking to age 21
Jobs Minister Shirley Bond defends B.C. wine rule after U. S. government files trade complaint
BC Landlord's group wants members to 'Rent it right'

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