Monday, February 27, 2017

Victoria Viewpoints: Monday, February 27, 2017

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

Sale of retirement homes puts B.C. seniors at risk, says NDP critic
B.C. to review plans for two Surrey overdose-prevention sites
Vancouver politicians to skip official Trump Tower Opening
Assault charge stayed for Northern B.C. politician Pat Pimm
B.C. struggles to retain child protection workers
Kelly Ellard, Reena Virk's killer, allowed temporary escorted prison release
Security heightened before Trump sons' visit to Vancouver
B.C. targets irresponsible breeders with new legislation to protect puppies, kittens
Assault charges against B.C. MLA Pat Pimm stayed
Convicted teen killer Kelly Ellard gets escorted temporary absences
Raw log exports are killing B.C. jobs, says left leaning think tank
UBC medical students head to Victoria to lobby MLA's on opioid crisis
Study confirms Deadly Disease in BC Salmon Farms
The BC Liberals' Time-Bomb budget
Trade Deal Ups risk in Chinese Firm's takeovers of Seniors' Care Giant
In rental crisis, B.C. has no plan for housing foreign students
B.C. announces 50 cent an hour increase in minimum wage, starting in September
NDP allege B.C. Liberal staffer spied on public youth meeting
New report call for curb on B.C. log exports
B.C. approves expansion of TransCanada's natural gas pipeline
Tension crack near Site C dam causes political tension, too
As ICBC losses rise, so could your premiums
Suspended Victoria police chief wants to resign
B.C. moves to require dog and cat breeder licences
B.C.'s minimum wage will go up to $11.35 an hour in September
Protests planned as Trump sons visit Vancouver for Trump Tower grand opening
B.C. announces plan to hike minimum wage

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