Monday, March 13, 2017

Victoria Viewpoints: Monday, March 13, 2017

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

B.C. Premier Clark set to promise independent commission on campaign finance reform
There's nothing binding about Christy Clark's donations panel
Clark promises B.C. campaign finance reform - after the election
B.C.'s Top Court sets stiffer sentences for fentanyl dealers
B.C. NDP tech plan includes vow to contract more in-province IT firms
B.C. gives $100,00 to Jewish community for security upgrades after bomb threat
For B.C.'s female prisoners, this peer mentor program is a leg up on the outside
B.C. Premier Clark pledges action for workers faced to wear high heels
BC Conservative Party compares its populist movement to Brexit and Trump election
Decoding Christy Clark's 'love letter" to the RCMP
City of Vancouver survey on rising sea levels could do more to raise the alarm
United Nations Says Canada's Largest Park Under Threat, Calls for Site C Review
Victoria pharmacy finds fentanyl in 90% of street drugs tested
Langara faculty association says provincial funding for post-secondary education falls short
John Horgan's NDP leads the B.C. polls, if you believe them
B.C. gives $100K to Jewish community fore security after bomb threat
Christy Clark announce panel to investigate political fundraising
Premier Christy Clark promises to end mandatory high heels for women in the workplace
British Columbians strong players in second hand economy except in Vancouver
Opposition parties unhappy with Christy Clark's political donation reforms
Gondola best option to link to North Shore
Criminal trial delays creating justice crisis
Liberals laugh all the way to the bank on fundraising issue
Clark seeks independent review of political donations
Clark comes late to donation reform
Clark aims to force donation disclosure
How Vancouver's House Prices are Killing Social Mobility
FOI Shows BC Businesses Fought hard against CPP improvements
B.C. Liberals to address political party fundraising controversy with new legislation

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