Friday, April 28, 2017

Victoria Viewpoints: April 28, 2017

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

Vancouver begins controversial natural gas restrictions
Why Green Party Leader Andrew Weaver believes change is in the air for B.C.
BC NDP win would cause uncertainty: TD study
B.C. softwood lumber envoy distances himself from Christy Clark’s threats 
B.C.’s inequality gap widens – and shapes the election campaign
Steelworkers boss fires back at Christy Clark's 'most corporate government in North America' 
5 from B.C. on China's 'most wanted' list of 22 alleged criminals
BC Greens trying to turn debate buzz into seats
Simon Fraser University cuts Aboriginal transition program
Site C petition delivers 120K signatures asking feds to halt dam construction
Weaver says he will retire if Greens fail to pick up another seat
B.C. leader could drag Canada into unwanted battle with U.S. on softwood: expert
B.C.'s three main parties agree more needs to be spent on home care
Time to include lumber in NAFTA
It's lumber lawyers who will wage war
BC must fight softwood duties
Affordability issue hits home on election front
How Safe Is LNG? Not as Safe as the BC Government Has Claimed
Five Months after Stewart Quits ‘Critical’ Asia Trade Post, Job Still Vacant
Flyer campaign targets NDP candidate's transgender identity
Christy Clark’s Club: Meet the Lobbyists
In Burnaby-Deer Lake, Will China-Taiwan Divide Affect Election? 
B.C.'s lost decade—fact versus rhetoric
Open letter to B.C. Steelworkers

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