Wednesday, March 1, 2017

Victoria Viewpoints: Wednesday, March 1, 2017

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

B.C. grants final approval in sale of retirement homes to Chinese conglomerate
Vancouver mayor emphasizes new approach to create affordable housing
Vancouver mayor halts rollout of city's new logo
Vancouver mayor loses cool over city logo flip-flop
What's in a name? Vancouver is not a 'sanctuary city' says Councillor
Prime Minister Trudeau to visit B.C. Thursday
2017 British Columbia election: Vancouver-Kingsway riding profile
B.C. shipyard awarded $230M contract to design navy's resupply ships
Sky Train tunnel to North Vancouver could ease bridge traffic, says mayor
B.C. Federation of Labour launches anti-Clark attack ads
Ironworkers embrace Clark's vision for their future
Ironworkers endorse B.C. Liberals, attack NDP for lack of jobs plan
Vancouver mayor takes frank tone on housing crisis
Vancouver radiologists to re-read thousands of Terrace patients' imaging tests following discrepancies
New Democrats fume as Ironworkers Union endorses Clark
Ironworkers union backs B.C. Liberals
Prime Minister Justin Trudeau to visit CFB Esquimalt, Victoria 
Health care costs and to pay them
Ironworkers endorse Clark, rap BC Fed
Prime Minister Justin Trudeau coming to Victoria Thursday
Clipper's Vancouver to Victoria ferry service to launch in Spring 2018
B.C. company gets latest shipbuilding contract
'It's game over': Christy Clark portrayed as video game character in new attack ad
Government's Ad Spree Grabs Your Money to Promote BC Liberal Election Campaign
Ottawa Failing to Protect Fraser River Salmon from Industry, says Richmond Councillor
What is Social Licence? Vancouver Panel to Debate on March 14
'Red Zones' Set the Marginalized Up for More Trouble, Study Finds

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