Tuesday, February 28, 2017

Victoria Viewpoints: February 28, 2017

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

B.C. Auditor-General questions province's surplus
Health group urges B.C. to ban private plasma clinics
BC Greens lag far behind other parties in fundraising
John Furlong warmly received for UBC speech after he was initially uninvited
City of Vancouver puts much-maligned new wordmark design on hold
Kelowna pursuing $348M plan to improve drinking water
Province facing new pressure to ban pay-for-plasma clinic
Suspended Victoria Police Chief says he wants to resign
Major transit improvements proposed for Surrey and Langley
Chinese acquisition of B.C. seniors' care chain 'noting to be concerned about,' expert says
Maple Ridge mayor says provincial money spent on homelessness ineffective
John Furlong warmly received at UBC fundraiser after initially being uninvited
Former Vancouver mayor Mike Harcourt awarded Vancouver's highest honour
The fine art of dissecting debt from contractual obligations
NDP blames government for Abbotsford hospital overcrowding
B.C. announces more changes resulting from Mount Polley mine failure
B.C. may be on hook to clean up Banks Island mine mess
City of Vancouver halts logo rollout, will consult local designers
Why are Vancouver officials playing politics of fear?
B.C. NDP seeks ban on plasma clinics that pay donors
Health system needed a pause
Writing bills easier than passing them
Elsner investigation wraps up with judges to determine outcome
Making health care 'free' again
North Vancouver mayor calls for rapid-transit tunnel linking North Shore to Vancouver
B.C. politician's assault charge stayed
BC Liberals Spied on NDP Youth Meeting, Eby Charges
Raw Logs and Lost Jobs: How a Company's 'Value-Added' Plans Mean More Log Exports
Government's Ad Spree Grabs your Money to Promote BC Liberal Election Campaign

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