Monday, February 13, 2017

Victoria Viewpoints: Saturday-Monday, February 11-13, 2017

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

Critics decry Liberal consultation effort over handling of provincial records
Lower mainland mayors voice concern over proposed transit levy
B.C. audits show child welfare services falling short of provincial standards
Vancouver brimming with million-dollar houses as affordability crisis hangs over city
Archaeologist 'decolonizes' B.C's road signs via Photoshop
British Columbians reflect on the meaning of Family Day
Hugs, kisses not in cards for Valentine's Day start at B.C. Legislature
Petition to change date of B.C. Family Day continues to add signatures
Buy a BC Ferries vessel for less than Vancouver Condo
Epic court battle over private health care rages on in B.C. courts
B.C. government offers 'token' tax credit for search and rescue, fire volunteers
Treating rural B.C. patients with the help of photography
Premier's bumbling no way to lead up to Throne Speech, budget
Big Unions are big donors to NDP, but amenable to banning their contributions
It's time to turn your attention to politics at home
How Christy Clark's hacking smear backfired
Clark's apology perversely encouraging
Election mudslinging has started already
Gambling grant increase first in five years
We're losing what 'SRO' Hotels Can Do right
B.C.'s Family Day date should align with other provinces: petition
No love at start of B.C.'s Spring sitting
Universities in B.C. hiring sex-assault experts to investigate allegations
B.C. feels impact of proposed U.S. travel ban as refugees cross over, often illegally
Proposed tax credit announced for B.C. volunteer firefighters, search-and-rescue crews

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