Monday, April 24, 2017

Victoria Viewpoints: Monday, April 24, 2017

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

Steelworkers union paying salaries of top NDP staffers
Christy Clark promises to fight U.S.imposed softwood lumber tarrifs
BC Green Party vows to take 'principled' approach to provincial spending
Vancouver teachers to protest potential budget cuts to adult programs
U.S.imposes preliminary duties up to 24% on subsidized Canadian softwood lumber
To dream the impossible dream the major ambitions of B.C.'s minor parties
Steeloworkers union paying salaries of top NDP during B.C.election

B.C. welfare phone wait times drag on despite promised fix
Green Party would run deficits to pay for platform
B.C. Green leader changes tack and gets tough on Horgan leaders line up against new U.S. soft wood lumber duties
Battleground Burnaby a profile in pipeline politics
Time to purge big money from politics
U.S. puts 20% duty on B.C.lumber exports, retroactive for 90 days
B.C. Liberals and B.C. NDP ramp up insults as election draws closer
Greens election platform says the fentanyl crisis means B.C. must exapnd access to prescription heroin
Can we still trust polls?
BC belongs to Resource companies and Clark's the paid caretaker
If you're not going to reduce poverty when you have a strong economy, When are you going to do it

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