Tuesday, March 28, 2017

Victoria Viewpoints: Tuesday, March 28, 2017

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

B.C. landlords aim to curb grow-ops ahead of marijuana legalization
Rising housing costs may price many out of Vancouver: report
Billionaire businessman Jim Pattison gives $75-million to new Vancouver hospital
B.C. audit finds vulnerable police data system should be strengthened
National Energy Board wins B.C. appeal court case against Burnaby
How Vancouver's housing and tech boom is putting the squeeze on local musicians
Years of stewardship needed to land donations like Jim Pattison's $75M for St. Paul's Hospital
Jim Pattison donated $75M to Vancouver's St. Paul's Hospital Foundation
2017 British Columbia election: Nelson-Creston riding profile
Canadian Coast Guard needs new recruits
B.C. Election 2017: Which leader would you invite over for dinner?
School announcements coming fast and furious with election looming
Horgan hopes ending big money politics is a game changer
Tenants frustrated by lack of help over slum conditions
Vancouver billionaire Jim Pattison donates $75M towards new St. Paul's Hospital
Spirit of Vancouver Island sidelined, some ferry sailings cancelled
Coast guard on hiring blitz, 150 positions in B.C.
MLA's must not moonlight
First Nation's endorsement a vital first step for Island LNG
Good teachers learn to be leaders every day
Victoria's Johnson Street Bridge costs expected to climb
B.C. to develop own regulations on driving while high on marijuana. minister says
Politicians can't direct innovation
Youth at risk of unemployment with future entry-level jobs replaced by automation
B.C. Green Party candidate to run in Richmond. From over 600 km away
B.C. billionaire Jim Pattison makes Canadian history
Health Minister Terry Lake says he'll leave office with goals on mental health and addiction left unachieved
Christy Clark era in B.C. marked by longer wait times for knee replacements and cataract surgery
Is NDP's Horgan Really Public Enemy No. 1? Only to Big Business Right Wingers
NDP Forest Plan Positive, But Doesn't Go Far Enough, Says Forester
Liberal Subsidies to LNG, Oil and Gas Firms Will Cost Taxpayers Billions, Says Report

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