Wednesday, March 15, 2017

Victoria Viewpoints: Wednesday, March 15, 2017

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

B.C. Housing Minister says there's no fix for rent-hike loophole yet
B.C. Conservatives shut out of upcoming televised debates
B.C. corrections rescinds ban on two of three prisoner publications
UBC professor presents alternative to public opinion polling
B.C.'s remote work camps trying to 'get ahead' of the opioid crisis
Trading politics: UBC runs market to predict provincial election results
New addiction and mental health facilities coming St. Paul's Hospital
Liam Neeson film deemed too outrageous for Alberta park gets to shoot in B.C.
Former political constituency assistant handed 2 year conditional sentence
Vancouver-Mount Pleasant riding profile
Vancouver-Quilchena riding profile
Kamloops-South Thompson riding profile
B.C. Liberals' reason for not changing election laws 'astounding', lawyer says
B.C. Premier hopes approaching election will help voters forget the past
B.C. Liberals reluctant to protect renters from lucrative loophole
Former B.C. teacher who made headlines over student affair working as student advisor in same community
B.C. Ferries planning new shuttle-class vessels
From no computers to alternative facts: Coding in B. C. schools after one year
Ironworkers fight their own union over Liberal endorsement
Rural schools have to lure new teachers
Union shows NDP dilemma
Toward a B.C. framework for well being
Emergency Preparedness fund increases
Young people aren't profiting from strong B.C. economy, says report
Who will win 2017 BC election? UBC prof turns to stock market for robust predictions
Improper donations to BC Liberals could top $1.5 million: Integrity BC
B.C. has Canada's worst performing economy for younger generations: report
Is Site C really past the point of no return?

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