Monday, March 27, 2017

Victoria Viewpoints: Monday, March 27, 2017

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

B.C. government Facebook page hacked
Burnaby loses bylaw battle with Trans Mountain over pipeline expansion project
Vancouver Island First Nation approves LNG plan
Advocates continue fight for dam collapse charges
Failing to meet Basic standards, BC Liberals abandon Senior
John Horgan says B.C. NDP would ban partisan political ads
Critics raise concerns over privatization of B.C. seniors' care
Appeal court rules against Burnaby in bylaw battle with Trans Mountain
Vancouver Island First Nation backs proposed LNG facility
Private operators have a role to play in providing health care for seniors, says industry group
B.C.'s working poor: Affordable child care key to lifting families out of poverty
B.C. appeal court rules against Burnaby in bylaw battle with Trans Mountain pipeline
Vancouver Island First Nation gives not to proposed LNG export facility
NDP vows to curb log exports and create jobs in forestry-plan election promise
Sierra Club predicts cost of Site C hydro dam will ballon further
Fair trade for B.C.'s private logs ensures mill supply
It's time to stop the madness of partisan government ads
Island First Nation signs LNG deal for West coast
BC Liberals testing election ads with focus groups
First Nations first step for Island LNG
Victoria police board heads to court to get files on Elsner investigation
Too much, the B. C. Greens' Magic Bus
Many taxpayers don't want to foot the bill for programs supporting drug users, emails to city reveal
Will Clark jump on the Transit bandwagon?

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