Tuesday, March 21, 2017

Victoria Viewpoints: March 21, 2017

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

Liberals' Fassbender sees spoils for 'can-do' B.C. in Wednesday's federal budget
Victoria special business license at centre of new pot-shop ambiguity
A Supreme Court ruling will determine how much we value our water
'He took his last breath in my arms': retired Kamloops doctor died in hospital waiting room, wife says
Pace of Vancouver development killing Downtown Eastside urban agriculture, group claims
City of Vancouver says overdose numbers in March likely to surpass February totals
B.C. Liberals challenged to return donations from Kinder Morgan and 'associates'
Improving TransLink will 'take a while' CEO says 1 year on
'Stark choice' for Vancouver if housing models don't change, expert says
New opportunities for B.C. teaching grads with Supreme Court ruling
Soaring rents push homelessness to all-time high in Vancouver's DTES
B.C. hoping for transit and housing cash in federal budget
Uber shifts into election gear with petition campaigning for ride-hailing in B.C.
City of Vancouver expects March to prove deadly for drug users
B.C. Green party rolling in the dough leading up to May election
Groups call on Christy Clark to return Kinder Morgan political donations
Business council says B.C.'s economy will lose momentum for 2017-18
Unrealistic and irritating, but green goals important
Shipping raw logs out of B.C. is bleeding our forest industry and communities dry
Working together a surefire way to protect First Nations interests in resource development
In transit funding, some are more equal than others
B.C. health professions' pledge to First Nations
Job count at Site C dam is critical for BC Liberals
A graveyard of political visions
B.C. online small claims court a world first
'I couldn't live without it': Young Vancouver entrepreneur speaks out about opioid addiction
B.C. foster parents say ministry blackballed them for speaking out
Video of patients in Surrey ER hallways raises concerns
Vancouver health officials scrambling to slow drug-overdose deaths, government emails reveal

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