Sunday, April 30, 2017

Victoria Viewpoints: Saturday/Sunday, April 29 & 30, 2017

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

Retroactive softwood lumber duties hit bulk of Canadian producers
B.C. renters form new union to protect against evictions
B.C. group aims to raise riding turnout with Chinese immigrants
Who will step up to fix British Columbia's housing crisis?
BC Liberals pledge to repeal Vancouver's natural gas ban for new buildings
BC Liberals' stance on coal exports puts Ottawa in tough spot
B.C. NDP supporter rally to support Riverview Hospital reopening
B.C. First Nations say fentanyl crisis disproportionately affecting their communities
The rookies: first-time candidates debate, campaign and attempt to woo voters
Power to the renter: Vancouver Tenants Union hopes to put a rep in every building
Pipeline politics: How and NDP victory in B.C. could divide Canada's left
B.C. Liberals and Vancouver clash over natural gas restrictions
How and where to vote in the B.C. provincial election
How the B.C. election of '96 changed provincial politics
Parties push for crucial advance votes
'We're going to have to turn people away soon': Vancouver homeless camps filling up fast
Vancouver natural gas policy sparks provincial campaign battle
Kootenay Bill's riding up for grabs on election night
Liberals promise to strip City's power to restrict natural gas use
Parties face minefield with jobs plan that protects rural B.C.
Threat of economic turmoil over softwood becomes B.C. election issue
Early bird voters cast ballots at advance polls
Fears of a Green surge, or vote splitting, keep rivals scrambling
Chance encounter on campaign trail blows-up on Clark
BC election: Transit issues key in capital region
Still undecided? Here's a go to guide for how to vote on May 9
Island's political map unlike that of any other B.C. region
Victoria city council backs off on foreign buyers tax
Making it easier for more people to vote
Medical premiums and promises
BC Liberals would revoke Vancouver's 'ban' on natural gas if elected
Christy Clark uses softwood to build leadership case
B.C. election advance polls open this weekend. Where and When you can vote in advance polls
Sensible B.C. gives political parties letter grades for positions on marijuana reform
B.C. Green Leader Andrew Weaver calls timing of Liberal car-sharing promise incredibly cynical
B.C. Liberals and NDP battle for indigenous vote
Fringe benefits? Fifteen other BC Parties that want your vote
Ahousaht Land Use Vision is Best News for Vancouver Island in Decades

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