Wednesday, February 8, 2017

Victoria Viewpoints: Wednesday, February 8, 2017

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

A Hacking Scandal or political diversion?

Christy Clark accuses NDP of hacking Liberal party website, without proof
B.C. Premier accuses NDP of hacking party website but can't provide proof
NDP threatens legal action against Premier Clark's hacking allegation
Premier Clark pressed for evidence of NDP hacking
NDP threatens to sue Clark for alleging party illegally hacked B.C. Liberal website
B. C. NDP demands apology from Christy Clark over hacking claims

Petition calls on government to align B.C's Family Day with other ones
B.C. musicians look to cover ground with provincial touring funds
Lack of foster homes spurs rise in costly contract care for province
Vancouver has the highest proportion of empty, underused homes in 35 years
B.C. government consulting public on rural education
New Westminster schools may soon become sanctuaries for undocumented children
Province pleads not guilty to 2013 Lemon Creek, B.C. fuel spill
National Energy Board review panel comes to Vancouver
B.C. government consulting public on rural education
E.U. joins U.S. challenge against 'discriminatory' B. C. Liquor laws
Lower Mainland population growth outpaces national rates census shows
How do census numbers capture population change in northern B.C.?
Blame province for medical waiting lists. Pat McGeer tells court
BCTF wants $300M budget boost for education, end to private-school funding
'Dear Mike' Vancouver School Board insider asked province to fire trustees
B.C. children's minister urged not to sharply cut contracted care
Wine trade challenge puts B.C. on notice
Systems fail children as reports pile up
Barb Desjardins secures B.C. Liberal Party nomination
Kelowna is one of Canada's fastest-growing cities
Millions for Vancouver General Hospital expansion
Clark begins Vancouver Island push
Vancouver residents to speak on judicial review of B.C.'s decision to green-light Kinder Morgan expansion project

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