Monday, March 20, 2017

Victoria Viewpoints: March 20, 2017

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

John Horgan calls NDP fundraising dinner 'the last supper'
British Columbia faces possible class action over government ad blitz
'Plenty of Work Left to Do' on Candidate Diversity, says Weaver
Which of these blatantly partisan Liberal Ads Did the Liberals Actually Pay For?
Precarious Work Plagues Higher Ed, Affecting Students Too, Say Workers
Why Does US coal get a Free Ride through B.C.?
BC Greens Lagging in Candidate diversity
Illicit drugs killed more than 200 people in B.C. during the first two months of 2017
Mistreatment of Chinese pioneers during B.C.'s gold rush commemorate in historic ghost town
NDP pushing for more money for Surrey anti-gang program
B.C. government sued over use of taxpayer-funded advertising
'You need to be brave': expert calls on government to fund prescription opioids
Teck water filtration plant ready to clean up toxic water under Trail
Small claims cases in B.C. to be resolved online
Harry Lali wins NDP nomination for Fraser-Nicola
Campaigning NDP leader targets crime, gang violence in Surrey
Former MLA Harry Lali wins party nomination, despite his own leader
Downtown East side homelessness reaching crisis levels: Carnegie report
B.C. Budget hands 600 million in tax breaks to business
Salish Eagle ferry arrives in Victoria after 38 day voyage
B.C. tribunal paves way for cyber solutions to small claims disputes
B.C. Conservatives' late revival questioned

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