Wednesday, March 22, 2017

Victoria Viewpoints: Wednesday, March 22, 2017

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

B.C. government won't match transit funding in federal budget
B.C. Green Party commits to tech innovation in election platform
Norovirus rocks British Columbia's shellfish sector
Coroner's jury wants better mental health support for B.C. transit police after shooting
B.C.'s top judge says justice system needs some 'shock therapy'
Federal budget allocates billions for transit and housing in B.C.
2017 British Columbia election: New Westminster riding profile
2017 British Columbia election: Abbotsford South riding profile
B.C. Greens 'running to govern,' release economic platform
Attack ads get the job done - but at what price?
Province announces new wildlife management agency
No follow-up on 2014 partisan ad recommendations, says B.C.'s AG's office
B.C. will fight to get 'more than our fair share' of $11.2 billion federal housing budget
B.C. gets $90 million for children but province not going $10 a day child care route
B.C. Green party promises $275 million to create clean tech and startup jobs
Federal Budget 2017: Ottawa promises to pay 40% of Broadway subway, Surrey light rail
Federal Budget: How much is coming to Victoria?
B.C. shellfish industry reels as norovirus sickens hundreds, forces closures
B.C. Liberals cash woes - there's too much
Housing 'The Largest Single Commitment' in Morneau's Budget
A blue print for fixing Post-Secondary Education
Federal budget invests $2.2 Billion in Metro Van Transit, Cuts Transit Tax Credit
BC Post Secondary Before the Liberals a and After Them
B.C. NDP takes aim at $60,000 donation by trophy hunters for B.C. Liberal election campaign
Vancouver's top doctor opens up about late nights through the fentanyl crisis and B.C.'s next steps

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