Monday, March 6, 2017

Victoria Viewpoints: Monday, March 6, 2017

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

Contemplating the contributions

Elections B.C. launches investigation into indirect political contributions
B.C. Liberal Party says it has 'nothing to hide' on fundraising
Elections BC probes allegations against B.C. Liberal donors
Lobbyists' Liberal fundraising sparks Elections B.C. probe
Elections B.C. probes allegations of illegal donations
BC Liberals fundraising follows rules, Coleman says

B.C. Green party leader adds his name to list of politicians calling for debate on legalizing drugs
Indigenous basketball player Josiah Wilson wins human-rights case
Privacy expert calls on Vancouver School Board to release report on harassment
Vancouver mulls letting landlords add floors to old apartment buildings
'Unacceptable' that some fuel from spill can't be cleaned: B.C. First Nation chief
Protests against Vancouver Trump Tower opening cost police more than $100,000
Policing Trump Tower protests cost VPD more than $100K
B.C. AFN chief formally resigns after Instagram controversy
All Native basketball tournament reinstates adopted player, drops 'bloodline' rule
New survey finds racism is 'alive and well' in B.C.
B.C. fish farm company says it 'highly regrets' diesel spill
Vancouver mayor hints at future of mixed housing in single family neighbourhoods
Proposed class action against B.C. says foreign-buyers' tax unconstitutional
B.C. fish farm fuel spill still spreading and there's no way to clean it up: Fisheries
Reading, 'Riting and Repose in education, for a change
Fate of Atlantic salmon at diesel spill east of Port McNeill undetermined

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