Tuesday, February 7, 2017

Victoria Viewpoints: Tuesday, February 7 2017





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




B.C.'s child-welfare system is uniquely dysfunctional
B.C. watchdog says report findings could have saved M├ętis teen
B.C's new protocols for opioid abuse treatment garner some criticism
Vancouver slowly but surely shutting down rogue pot shops
Esquimalt mayor seeks B.C. Liberal nomination for 2017 election
8 B.C. mayors want PST removed on heavy industry power bills
B.C. government approves new adventure park in Revelstoke
Province announces $1.5M to promote B.C. musicians
B.C. centre releases new guidelines to treat opioid addiction
Surrey struggles to find teachers for French immersion
Facebook Live Q & A with Premier Christy Clark
B.C. envoy to head to Washington in defence of softwood
B.C. children's minister promises big changes to child welfare system
Time to rock boat, ruffle feathers with B.C. child care services
Premier Clark claims NDP tried to hack Liberal website
Barb Desjardins hopes to secure B.C. Liberal Party nomination
Voter's guide to carbon taxes
Inside B.C.'s sexist restaurant industry
Winter Storm Warning in effect as snowfall expected to hit B.C.'s south coast
Green Bins won't be picked up in Vancouver until at least Valentine's Day
Province injects cash into B.C. Centre on Substance use in hopes it will bring OD deaths back under control
New Portland Hotel Society boss says staff need more support as overdose crisis continues with no end in sight




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