Thursday, March 9, 2017

Victoria Viewpoints: Thursday, March 9, 2017

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

BC Liberals accept foreign donations, despite ban in parts of Canada
British Columbia announces four-year $500-million seniors-care plan
BC Hydro bails on plan for substations beneath downtown parks
Vancouver sees 174 overdose calls in one week, highest so far in 2017
B.C. Information and privacy commissioner pledges shaky support to Bill 6
B.C. announces $500M plan to improve seniors' care
BC Hydro abandons plans to build underground substation in Vancouver
New B.C. legislation won't restrict union and corporate political donations
Over 80 Comox Valley doctors want to keep new hospice beds away from St. Joseph's Hospital
B.C.'s adult education system underfunded, advocate says
Province to review commuter rail options for Victoria area
B.C. tables new 'duty to document law' in wake of triple delete scandal
BC Hydro proposes new powerlines in Metro Vancouver to meet demand
B.C. government must reform, toughen dog-control laws
B.C. Liberals promise to boost seniors health spending
Bringing transportation options to British Columbia
Premier hints at plan to 'fix' political party financing
Energy Industry Uses Money, Army of Lobbyists to Influence BC Government
What Vancouver School Board "Bullying" Report Really Says about BC Education
Kinder Morgan jacks up estimated cost of its B.C. pipeline project

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