Monday, April 17, 2017

Victoria Viewpoints: Monday, April 17, 2017

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

BC NDP take aim at Liberals, promote strategy to build urgent-care centres
BC NDP say a vote for them a blow for the wealthy
Study fortifies link between fracking and earthquakes in British Columbia
Health officials urge caution after ferry spills gear oil in Kootenay Lake
Election signs defaced by swastikas in North Vancouver
B.C.'s Law Week highlights access to justice issues
NDP pledges to build urgent family care centres
The human faces behind B.C.'s health care system
Uptick in drilling in northeastern B.C. good sign for Alberta's producers
B.C. Liberals boast about province's low jobless rate, but rural areas struggle
B.C. Greens race to fill full slate of candidates for May 9 ballot
Horgan takes aim at family doctor shortage, Clark highlights economy
Meet the war room operatives running the B.C. campaigns
Fact Check: Weaver says NDP absent during teachers' strike
Horgan's brief break likely more relaxing than political rivals
Clark tries to break into NDP's Island stronghold
Political finance in spotlight as NDP, Greens vow reforms
Parties campaign on health care, jobs
Election signs of 2 North Vancouver candidates defaced with offensive graffiti
Why election dirty tricks only target the Chinese community
4/20's Vancouver organizers say Liberal's Cannabis Act maintains criminalization and the reasons to protest
Challengers seek to oust B.C. Liberal Premier Christy Clark from Kelowna West
Swastika appears on B.C. Liberal campaign sign in North Vancouver
Could the Salish Sea become Canada's next World Heritage Site
Budding Cannabis Legalization Presents Challenges and Opportunities for BC
Parties' Education Platforms Sadly Lacking in Vision

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