Our compilation of some of the stories of note from the day, reviewing the political developments from the Provincial scene.
B.C. government sends 30 news releases in 7 hours, announcing over $1.2B in spending
Auditor says B.C. budget ads appear political
Province promises $2.2 billion toward Metro Vancouver transit plan
Roughly 75% of rural British Columbian voters oppose grizzly bear trophy hunt: poll
Osoyoos residents petition for more family doctors
Clerical errors, my ass; but what to do?
Postmedia delays layoffs at Vancouver Sun and Province newspapers
Province to make transit funding announcement in Surrey Friday
B.C. to match federal funds of $2.2 - billion for Metro Vancouver Transit
B.C. Auditor-General calls for tougher guidelines on government advertising
More than 300 B.C. grizzly bears killed by hunters yearly: David Suzuki data
Despite debacles, parties and pollsters will still be surveying voters - cautiously
UVic-led team discovers active fault line beneath Greater Victoria
Mobile medical unit on the Downtown Eastside to stop taking patients
B.C. Liberal MLA defends his actions at controversial photo-op
B.C. government to match federal funding for Broadway Skytrain extension, Surrey LRT
B.C. auditor general warns Liberal government budget ads too political
Latest poll shows B.C. Greens winning support on Vancouver Island
Liberals all aboard funding the political transit train now
B.C. government will match federal funding for Metro Vancouver transit expansion
Colonoscopies for cancer prevention, detection hard to access in B.C.
Blurring the lines in BC's political advertising
100 years after gaining the vote women still struggle for equality
Special prosecutor named to probe Nanaimo city council
We benefit from foreign students
Two-Tier Child Welfare System Hurts Indigenous Children, Says Watchdog
Forest Company Broke Law in keeping Logging plans secret
Who's Paying for Clean Up of the Worst Mining Spill in Canadian History?