Tuesday, March 7, 2017

Victoria Viewpoints: Tuesday, March 7, 2017

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

B.C. Liberals vow to give Uber green light if re-elected
Vancouver drops 'downzoning' plan meant to curb demolitions of character houses
October date set to determine if foreign-buyer tax lawsuit will be class action certified
First Nations coalition demands B.C. inquiry into mining practices
Ahead of Elections B.C. probe, NDP reviews fundraising while Liberals look to 'remedy' issues
Report details 'tipping point' between Vancouver School Board trustees, staff
Vancouver's mayor is ready to fight for affordable homes
B.C. legislation to repeal historical wrongs against Chinese-Canadians
VSB staff feared for their jobs as Vision trustees pursued political agenda, report says
Ending grizzly hunt among recommendations in new report
City of Victoria commissioned report details potential devastation of the 'Big One'
Brenda Butterworth-Carr talks about becoming B.C.'s top cop
Grim predictions in advance of tonight's Metro Vancouver homeless count
Uber silent on use of secret 'Greyball' tracking tool in Canada
Uber is coming to B.C., province announces
Chinese inquiries in Toronto, Montreal, Calgary real estate spiked with Vancouver tax
Oily sheen from B.C. diesel spill can't be recovered but will evaporate, officials say
Politicos point 'unclean' fingers at fundraising abuses
Uber Vancouver: B.C. government announces support for ride-hailing services
City planner says downzoning not the way to save Vancouver character homes
Regulatory chaos leaves taxpayers on hook for mining messes
B. C. Law Society's better late-than-never legal aid vision
B.C. Liberal fundraising, lobbyists get scrutiny
Site C is ideal clean energy option for BC
Racial discrimination to be cut from old B.C. laws
B.C. government will usher Uber onto taxi turf by December
BC Patients will feel the pain of Federal health Cuts, MSP slashes
Should developers Pay to 'Ride the Benefits of Transit?

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