Friday, March 24, 2017

Victoria Viewpoints: Friday, March 24, 2017

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

BC Liberals to return $93,000 in 'prohibited' indirect donations
As parents grow older, finding accommodations for disabled children becomes a daunting challenge
It's time for 'anxious and willing' B.C. government to put up the transit cash
B.C. to hire 1,500 new teachers after reaching deal with union
Political nominations may be democratic, but do they work?
B.C. Liberals to refund $93K worth of improperly reported donations
Province pledges $330 million to restore B.C. classroom sizes to 2002 levels
Layoff notices handed out at Vancouver Sun and Province
First Nations housing advocate says federal budget 'disappointing'
Some Mounties swapping red serge for blue as they seek jobs with other forces
6 rescued after boat runs aground near Tofino
B.C. adds $150M to education, work begins to recruit 2,600 more teachers
B.C. Liberals to refund $93,000 in illegal indirect political donations
B.C. Liberals cite 'clerical errors,' refund $93,000 in improper donations
Make Ferry fares an election issue
Donation ban just politics as usual
Province funds 2,600 more teachers
Christy Clark is most disliked party leader running in B.C. election: Poll
More than 50 Postmedia employees handed layoff notices at Vancouver Sun and Province
Voters Not Sold on Clark - on NDP or Greens
Rafe Mair's New Cause: Getting BC out of Canada
Idle No More co-founder Sylvia McAdam talks housing, treaty and LGBTQ2S+ rights in lead up to Vancouver event
Vancouver, We Need a Lighter Shade of Green
Vancouver Sun and Province layoffs speak to the need for a guaranteed annual income

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