Friday, February 10, 2017

Victoria Viewpoints: Friday, February 10, 2017

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

A Hacking Scandal, or Political Diversion?

Premier Christy Clark apologizes to BC NDP leader for hacking accusations
B.C. Premier apologizes for wrongly alleging NDP hacked party website
Has Premier Christy Clark had her enough's enough scandal?
Christy Clark apologizes for hacking allegations
Christy Clark apologizes to NDP for hacking claims
Premier apologizes for hacking accusation

Storm forces closure of highways linking B.C.'s south coast, Interior
Coquihalla closed again between Hope and Merritt
'It was insane. They should have left it closed': driver speaks out about Coquihalla trip
How and when do officials decide to close B.C. highways?
Large increase in policing costs coming in Osoyoos
Beyond harm reduction
Opioid-crisis debate reveals the ugliest side of Vancouver city council
Kamloops professor calls Ministry of Environment air quality readings 'completely inadequate'
Broadbent Institute report recommends B.C. boost disability rates substantially
New operating rooms will barely reduces surgery wait times says iconic B.C. doctor
NDP leader John Horgan aligns priorities with Greater Vancouver Board of Trade
Facebook Live Q & A: NDP Leader John Horgan
Big corporate donors give big to the B.C. Liberals
Mark Collins to take over as head of B.C. Ferries
Is there a mole inside the NDP?
New BC Ferries CEO is veteran of service
It Didn't Have to Happen This Way: Government Still Failing Vulnerable Youth
Disability Rates Far Too Low for 'Dignified Standard of Living' Report finds

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