Tuesday, March 14, 2017

Victoria Viewpoints: Tuesday, March 14, 2017

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

In B.C., political fundraising reform is coming! Eventually. Maybe
NDP, BC Liberals work to get ahead of campaign fundraising investigation
Vancouver's renewable energy goals require bolder action: report
Premier Clark vows increase in tech-sector graduates if re-elected
Trained immigrants needed for B.C.'s tech industry, CEO says
B.C. government to increase number of graduating sheriffs this year
B.C. Liberals defend commission to investigate fundraising
Fentanyl traffickers should face stiffer penalties in B.C., court rules
Provincial election a motivator in getting B.C. teacher's deal done
Tech Summit a backdrop for B.C.'s political tussle over innovation sector
British Columbia Premier urges Ottawa to make changes to help tech sector
B.C. economy to grow more slowly over next two years: Central 1 Credit Union
Recent uptick in gang violence shows the system is failing in B.C., say critics
Building B.C.'s tech sector takes more than welcoming foreigners
Mike Harcourt's train of thought: Build a subway to UBC
First Nations aren't waiting for Ottawa to start conversation on Fixing substandard housing
Horgan unveils plan to Open Government's IT work to BC Firms
Spot the difference: BC Liberal Campaign TV spot, or Taxpayer-Funded "Government' Ad?
Clark comes late to donation reform
B.C. judge calls for harsher sentences for fentanyl dealers
B.C. government looking to increase tech sector with new grads and immigrants

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