Friday, March 10, 2017

Victoria Viewpoints: Friday, March 10, 2017

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

Investigation of political donations in B.C. referred to RCMP
Why Canadians and Americans have traded places on pipeline politics
B.C. pub company partially at fault for drunk-driving crash, judge rules
Small amount of diesel spilled near Port Harvey
Vancouver Aquarium 'deeply disappointed' with park board vote to ban cetaceans
B.C. Interior elders and chiefs declare state of emergency over fentanyl
On-the-ground health initiatives make big impact on DTES opioid crisis
B.C. Liberals must reform campaign finance rules, says former chief of staff
Elections BC hands political donations investigation to RCMP
Vancouver Park board fast tracks Vancouver Aquarium ban
Delta LNG plant touts public safety as paramount amid massive $400M expansion
Report on health firings debacle needed before election
Coast guard responding to diesel spill on northern Vancouver Island
Elections BC refers investigation into political fundraising to RCMP
Report details province's unfairness to ferry-dependent regions
Coast guard responding to diesel spill near protected orca habitat
Group set up to explore options for Langford-Victoria rail service
Still waiting for action on transit
Learn from the teacher battle
Another oil spill reported off northern Vancouver Island
Party fundraising probe goes to RCMP
B.C. boasts of Tech sector growth, but doesn't insist on local jobs in giant projects
B.C. Green Leader introduces Bill to Stop  Sexist Dress codes in the workplace
Elections BC refers investigation to RCMP
Aquarium association troubled by Vancouver vote
RCMP investigates political fundraising in B.C.
B.C. pegs $500 million to seniors care
Development on Prince Rupert LNG project being discontinued
Prince Rupert LNG Project officially dead as shell focuses on Kitimat
Shell officially shelves plans to build Prince Rupert LNG project

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