Thursday, April 6, 2017

Victoria Viewpoints: Thursday, April 6, 2017

Our Archive of items from our Victoria Viewpoints feature:

B.C. mulls framework for expanded heroin-assisted treatment
NDP blitzes swing B.C. ridings in bid to unseat Liberals 
B.C. Liberals return nearly $40,000 of controversial donations
B.C. warns of higher lumber prices for U.S. customers
B.C. government misled public after 2012 Health Ministry firings: report
Confusion delayed response to sinking B.C. tugboat: report
Multimillion dollar Vancouver land swap scrutinized
'An utter failing of process': Province reacts to report into health worker firings
Ombudsperson finds government decisions harmed 8 fired health ministry workers
B.C. teacher loses certificate after 'hook up' attempt with student online
Softwood lumber agreement 'critical' to B.C. forestry sector, says industry council
Nathan E. Stewart incident shows Canada's spill response lacking, First Nation says
B.C. government was wrong to fire health researchers, says ombudsperson
Airing facts of health firings scandal uncovers smell as well
NDP raised $6.2 million from donors in 2016, from big unions but also corporations
Vancouver School Board deficit shrinks to $2.1M thanks to teachers' court case deal
Richmond Chinese election ads slam 'moral destruction' in East Vancouver 
Call for payments, apologies from government in firing of drug researchers
Sister of researcher who took his life demands accountability
Counting on doctors not a sure thing
Another face of homelessness
$272-million contract award for McLoughlin sewage plant, up $37 million
First contract awarded for sewage treatment plant
Cash apologies coming for fired health researchers
Clark seeks Trudeau's help for forest industry
Health firings 'Wrong and Unjust,' But No Political Interference, Review Finds
Fired Health Workers Express Hopes for Truth to Emerge in Ombuds' Report
Sarita Bay LNG Vote came with Promise of Multimillion-Dollar Education Fund
BC Government Undermining Their work, Scientists Say
Christy Clark Balance the Budget on Backs of Vulnerable Children and Families
Former Vancouver MLA shares personal account of how province bullied residents out of Little Mountain
Gender wars lurk beneath the surface in B. C. election campaign
B.C. health firings a 'dark chapter:' report

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