Sunday, March 19, 2017

Victoria Viewpoints: Saturday/Sunday, March 18 & 19, 2017

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

On 'big money' politics, John Horgan not so subtle himself
Former B.C. children's watchdog Mary Ellen Turpel-Lafond sues province for pension
Lower mainland mayors talk transit funds ad federal budget nears
High-heels debate should include industries other than restaurants: experts
In Surrey, a slow transformation
Energy Megaprojects, and How They Aim to Seduce Us
B.C. Left without Information and Privacy Commissioner
More Vancouver renters decry loophole used to sharply raise rents
Why marijuana legalization could mean more workplace scrutiny for employees
Drone Territory: B.C. First Nation hopes drone tourism will take flight
Former B.C. children's watchdog sues province in pension dispute
B.C. party leaders attempt to strike balance between vision and attacks
B.C.'s former children's watchdog Mary Elle Turpel-Lafond is using province over pension benefits
To keep donation scandal alive; BC NDP need to kick BC Liberals while they're down
Third housing sector would make Vancouver more affordable for middle Class
Busy Weaver proves he's one of the B.C.'s hardest working politicians
Major quake would destroy B.C. Ferries berths experts warn
Student debt load is a ticking time bomb
Reform political donation rules
Does anyone care? Let's put it to a vote
Former B.C. children's watchdog sues province

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