Friday, April 14, 2017

Victoria Viewpoints: Friday, April 14, 2017

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

Making a premier of himself
B.C. party leaders slam opponent's spending promises on campaign trail
For B.C. Green Party Leader Andrew Weaver, politics is a science
Clark's uninspiring battle plan reminiscent of Harper's
Capping - or scrapping - tolls is no solution in British Columbia
B.C. Green Party candidate says he regrets impersonating Martin Luther King during rally
Teck says no damage to tailings facility after 850,000 litre pipeline spill
Woman with rare disease hopes B.C. election candidates consider disability payments
Televised leaders debate to be held April 26
Courtroom delays lead B.C. judge to dismiss speeding tickets
Greens take hope from momentum in first week
Clark campaigns on Good Friday in home riding of Kelowna
Clark campaigns in bellweather Kamloops
Horgan highlights ferries on the Island and affordability in Vancouver
Teck investigating 'process water' release at Highland Valley mine near Logan Lake
Weaver isn't a 'carbon copy' of rivals on climate change
Saanich Green Party candidate apologizes for mimicking Martin Luther King Jr.
Falsehood piled on falsehood in firing case
Amalgamation advocates scoff at B.C. Liberal shift in election promise
Johnson Street Bridge's 'people spaces' shelved until city has more money
The B.C. NDP's possible road to victory
Premier makes campaign stop on home turf
B.C. Liberals go after B.C. NDP Leader John Horgan's approach to marijuana legalization
B.C. NDP platform promises 114,000 new rental, co-op, social, and owner-purchase homes
Response to health ministry firings not only a debacle, but a litany of missed opportunities
B.C. Green candidate apologizes for imitating Martin Luther King Jr.

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