Sunday, February 19, 2017

Victoria Viewpoints: February 18 & 19, 2017

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

B.C. Liberal's pile of surplus cash masks serious deficit in services
B.C's opioid crisis needs a practical solution, not a politically popular one
New Trump tower a beacon of controversy in multicultural Vancouver
Funeral for Abbotsford girl, 3, whose death sparks hospital review
'An incredible gift:' Province adds $5M to Canuck Place budget
Provincial education funding announcement earns every public student in B.C. $50
Boil water advisory issued for users of Comox Valley water system
Are dams and LNG shutting out biofuels in B.C.?
Provincial Pain Summit hears calls for national pain strategy
B.C. public schools to get $29.4 million for supplies
How would Vancouver's housing bubble burst?
We elect politicians to make tough decisions
Christy Clark raises expectations for a big tax cut. Will she deliver?
Teachers in demand as popularity of French immersion programs grows
Chronic pain sufferers need help from the province, say advocates
How Tuesday's provincial budget could shape the upcoming B.C. election
Trump tower in Vancouver a beacon of racism, intolerance and bullying: city Councillor
Vancouver's real estate market will keep falling: BCREA
Bill McKibben will join First Nations leaders at Vancouver fundraiser to stop Kinder Morgan pipeline
Vancouver councillor Andrea Reimer pushes for municipal lobbyist registry

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