Friday, March 3, 2017

Victoria Viewpoints: Friday, March 3, 2017

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

B.C. Health Ministry to take responsibility for inmate health care
British Columbia: The 'Wild West' of fundraising
Vancouver School Board staff were bullied and harassed, report finds
Breaking down barriers to First Nation job opportunities
Franklin Graham thankful for controversy over Vancouver event
Report finds Vancouver School Board workplace made toxic by trustee behaviour
Nurse shortage has Abbotsford, B.C. emergency room looking like a 'war zone,' union says
Should Vancouverites embrace the death of the single family home?
Report says bullying led to a toxic work environment at Vancouver School Board
ICBC to make it harder for poor drivers to get safe-driving discount
Big wage hike recommended for provincial judges
Lali won't step aside for leader's choice in Fraser-Nicola
Ralph the Rebel just keeps on running: B.C.'s oldest MLA shrugs off health scare
Housing Minister Rich Coleman challenges B.C. homeless numbers
Unlock access to wilderness
B.C. reigns in spending better than Alberta
ICBC aims to trim safe driver discounts
Politicians listen in at first provincial all-candidates session
Christy Clark blames Abbotsford Hospital problems on 'bad flu season'
Political axis shifts from left-right to where politicians stand on future of the planet
Tyee readers not impressed with BC Liberal plan to reduce MSP Premiums

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