Sunday, March 5, 2017

Victoria Viewpoints: Saturday/Sunday, March 4 and 5, 2017

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

BC Teachers Deal

B.C. Teachers to vote on agreement between union and provincial government
B.C. Teachers' Federation reaches tentative deal with province to end bargaining battle
B.C. Teachers, province reach tentative deal on classroom size and composition
Teachers reach deal with province on classroom conditions
Tentative deal reached in teachers' dispute
BCTF and provincial government reach tentative agreement on classroom conditions

Elections B.C. probes Liberal Party fundraising
Global ridicule won't stop B.C. Liberals' deceitful financing extravaganza
Lucifer series ditches Vancouver production for a sunnier tax scene
Clean up underway after 1,000 litres of bio diesel spills at B.C. fish farm
Don't expect B.C. reform bill to curb cash-for-access
On whose side, John Horgan?
Emergency crews responding to diesel spill near Northern Vancouver Island
20 years ago, B.C. scientists warned of provincial impact of climate change
First Nation-led environmental review panel rejects Ajax mine in Kamloops
Anthropology expert says Kelowna's $348M water plan misses the mark
B.C.'s rural jobs plan leans on high-speed internet and Kinder Morgan
2017 British Columbia election: Parksville-Qualicum riding profile
2017 British Columbia election: Victoria-Swan Lake riding profile
Parks Canada should pay Tofino beach cleaners after cargo spill, says MP
Is it time to stop relying on professional reliance?
Finance Minister wants 'reasonable' deadline for municipal housing approvals
Will logo-gate be Vision's undoing?
Big wage hike recommended for provincial judges
Loose lips - Liberals on high alert against spies and media
Be open about Elsner case
ICBC aims to trim safe driver discounts
Why is a Norwegian Disease on a BC Fish Fram Such a Big Deal?

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