Sunday, April 23, 2017

Victoria Viewpoints: Saturday/Sunday April 22 and 23

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

BC NDP dismiss critique of party platform's financial sustainability
BC's doctor shortage becomes campaign issue
Lowering B.C. bridge tolls is popular politics, but misses the big picture
New light shed on stories of stolen Sto;lo children
Chilliwack residents seek changes to Trans Mountain pipeline route
These men want to be the first turbaned Sikhs elected to the B.C. Legislature
If you care about climate change, it's time to reject strategic voting
'Our DNA comes from this region'; Reclaimed land opens up Fraser River to Tswwassen First Nation
How the NDP could thump the Liberals in Metero and still lose the election
Clark, Horgan exchange shots at Vancouver campaign event
Steelworkers paying salaries of senior NDP staff
Fact Check: BC NDP says it will 'fill the gap' for 700,000 residents
Mudslinging continues as B.C. election approaches halfway mark
Christy Clark remains optimistic as campaign nears halfway point
Still waiting on plan for the E & N
Premier Clark is underplaying racism
B.C. post secondary students aim to persuade peers to vote for the climate on May 9 

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