Wednesday, March 29, 2017

Victoria Viewpoints: Wednesday March, 29, 2017

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

NDP push B.C. to halt eviction of 21 West Vancouver retirement residents
Amid opioid crisis, UBC students create wearable device that aims to save lives
Slight opportunity to negotiate new softwood lumber deal with U.S.: B.C. envoy
Border-crosser arrests drop steeply in B.C., rise elsewhere
Safe Third Country Agreement to stay, pledges immigration minister
Vancouver seniors face eviction from retirement home
B.C. envoy says softwood lumber negotiations 'in the hands of the U.S.'
Province pledges $2M for the Michael Cuccione Foundation
Case of two B.C. men tests limits of workplace discrimination legislation
Lack of access - not apathy - reason behind low young voter turnout, group says
Charity blames  'clerical error' for illegal donation to B.C. Liberals
Clark's name-calling opens premier to replies in kind
Fassbender campaigns fast and loose with taxpayers' cash
Old Fast Ferry files getting a new look
Desjardins taking leave from municipal CRD duties to focus on provincial race
BC Liberals want to trim WorkSafeBC surplus
City of Vancouver looks to 'reset' housing strategy to better address affordability crunch
BC to make move on invasive mussels
Early trading at UBC election stock market predicts hung parliament with BC Greens holding balance of power
When does B.C. government advertising become partisan electioneering?
B.C. pays a 'Huge Premium' for Contracting out Health Admin: Analyst
How the BC Liberals played politics with BC Hydro

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