Thursday, February 16, 2017

Victoria Viewpoints: Thursday, February 16, 2017

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

Clark to dismiss any staff involved in ParmaNet data breach
B.C. school districts rush to increase staff in wake of landmark ruling
Cities have right to regulate marijuana dispensaries B.C. Supreme Court
B.C. Finance Ministry disputes claims from Fraser Institute on carbon tax
Softwood lumber fight will be tough, new B.C. trade envoy warns
Your Political Party of B.C. attracts more candidates for 2017 provincial election
Canadian Centre for Policy Alternatives reveals B.C. Liberal government's predilection for regressive taxes
Alex Gervais death dominates first question period of B.C.'s spring legislative session
Bringing back the bids: Real estate agency hopes house auctions take off in B.C.
Christy Clark, envoys, discuss Trump factor in softwood lumber negotiations
Haida Gwaii's unlicensed 'undertaker' gets official redress
RCMP civilian watchdog report an indictment of northern policing, say critics
B.C.'s first saltwater cable ferry celebrates one year of service
B.C. Justice system 'heading towards a crisis' in need of reform: report
B.C. Premier Christy Clark promises action on PharmaNet breach
Vancouver hosting national meeting on how to open more supervised consumption sites
Voters set to decide who will best spend B.C.'s money: Government or the individual
BC Ferries vessel auction draws single bid
Lumber sector in for the ride of a lifetime
Opponents table legislation to reform B.C. political financing
B.C. Premier Christy Clark bullish on lumber deal under Trump administration
Fares announced for new Victoria-Vancouver passenger ferry
It's 'us versus them' from here on in
Truth matters in B.C. politics
Moose Hide Campaign marches to B.C. Legislature
New Passenger Ferry ready for reservations
B.C. government investigates PharmaNet data breach
Premier, US ambassador 'optimistic' about softwood talks with Trump team
Hey BC Voter! Together, Let's Dive Deep on Site C
Anyone found to be responsible for PharmaNet breach will be fired immediately: Premier Clark
Highway 1 closed between Lytton and Cache Creek
Longtime foster parent says B.C. only pays pennies to care providers
Should the B.C. government pay to rid the province of rats?
B.C. carbon tax fails revenue neutral claim: study
Job-seekers betting on new Penticton casino for employment

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