Tuesday, February 14, 2017

Victoria Viewpoints: Tuesday, February 14, 2017

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

The Opening of the Legislature Session for the Spring of 2017

Highlights from B.C.'s Speech from the Throne
B.C. legislature session starts before election
What the Throne Speech didn't tell you about British Columbia
B.C. names U.S. trade envoy, promises tax relief at home in Throne Speech
David Emerson named B.C.'s trade envoy on softwood lumber
Pre election throne speech promises B.C. taxpayers relief
B.C. Liberal government promises financial relief in throne speech
B.C. Liberals can't follow up with another rosy Throne Speech
Election is payback time for tapped-out B.C. taxpayers
Election year speech from the throne hints at relief for B.C. taxpayers
Pre-election throne speech hints at tax cut
Throne Speech Promises Tax Breaks after "Years of Sacrifice by all of us'
Christy Clark's World of 'Alternative Facts'

B.C. supports feasibility study of high-speed rail line from Portland to Vancouver
B.C. Appeal Court orders province to give up data in smoking lawsuit
No injuries reported as rockslide closes Highway 1 north of Hope
B.C. government to cover expensive Parkinson's treatment family has pleaded for
1 hour from Vancouver to Seattle? Washington state budgets $1M for high-speed rail study
Public schools gain ground in Fraser Institute's 2017 rankings
Letter grades don't tell us enough
Clark shouldn't try to fool us again on MSP
B.C. public elementary schools show improvement: Fraser Institute
B.C. voters must put campaign finance reform on front burner in upcoming election

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