Thursday, March 16, 2017

Victoria Viewpoints: Thursday, March 16, 2017

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

No slowdown in campaign fundraising as BC Liberals promise reform
14 MLAs spend final day in the House as B.C. election looms
NDP leader John Horgan calls for Vancouver School Board revival
B.C. temporarily sidesteps high heel ban as private member's bill dies
A look at every B.C. government spending announcement over the past month
B.C. tech companies aim to lure skilled workers as looming Trump visa restrictions stoke fear
Officials preparing for loss of DTES Mobile Medical Unit
High number of 'close calls' at Highland Valley Copper cause for concern, union says
Vancouver overdose numbers still high: City of Vancouver
Premier Clark dismisses Horgan as a leader who lacks a spine
B.C.'s financial watchdog reviewing Coast Capital's bid to go national
B.C. students are definitely voting and do care
B.C. Liberals fail to pass their political donations bill
Liberal's action falls short
Independent MLA bows out after making history
School planning becomes a nightmare
Fourteen members of B.C. Legislature spend last day in the House
Donation rules die, high-heel freedom lives
Harcourt praises Horgan, renews NDP support
Faculty Union calls for more money, attention for Post-Secondary education
Bringing out the Irish in B.C. politics
B. C. Liberals and NDP should watch out for the Green Party

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