Sunday, February 26, 2017

Victoria Viewpoints: Saturday/Sunday, February 25-26, 2017

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

B.C. Ministers won't force municipalities to increase building around transit lines
B.C. police forces hold joint job fair in search of new recruits
Victoria firefighters now required to take PTSD prevention training
Meet the Rookies: why 3 people are running for office for the first time in 2017
Turkish couple arrested by Surrey RCMP after crossing into B.C. Illegally
City of Vancouver hosts open house on Blood Alley Square redesign
Basic income in B.C.? Green Party wants it, but some welfare advocates don't
Abbotsford police warn public of gang violence
Unconscious biases could be affecting how doctors treat patients
Martin Brown: My case for campaign finance reform in British Columbia
NDP leader John Horgan rallies troops in final pre-campaign council meeting
Climate change predicted to transform Vancouver in San Diego, but at a heavy cost
Liberals pursue density at transit hubs as answer to the housing crunch
Clark talks up finances, while NDP raises a stink
Soil dump costs could flow our way
Victoria courts breaking down
Justin Trudeau has gambled on the reelection of B.C.'s Liberal government

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