Thursday, April 27, 2017

Victoria Viewpoints: Thursday,April 27, 2017

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

Christy Clark vows to take softwood lumber fight to Washington
B.C. party leaders make final campaign plans for election's last days
In B.C., 'immediate action' on opioid crisis is open to political interpretation
Westshore urges Ottawa to keep border open to U.S. thermal coal
Christy Clark vs. Donald Trump; The proverbial knife at a gun fight
B.C, Green leader stands out in debate with no decisive moment
BC NDP leader defends temperment after leader's debate
Could online influencers be swaying the results of B.C.'s provincial election?
'The stakes are high': Political shills in full force online during election debate
B.C. breaks record for daily overdose ambulance calls
Advocacy groups take B.C. government to court over legal aid
A third of global fishing goes unreported, UBC Researchers find
It's like living in a war zone: Overdose calls spike in Vancouver
John Horgan walks fine line between passion, petulance
Green party rises from obscurity to legitimate political force in B.C,
Horgan's all in on changing relationship with First Nations
Political parties make promises on affordable housing
Post debate poll: Horgan wins - but only by a slim margin
The Green monster stalks the NDP, and the Liberals love it
Weaver throws lots of jabs in debate
It's the party that matters, not the candidate
Single mothers sue B.C. government over access to legal aid after drastic cuts
B.C. will remain 'wild west' of campaign finance if Liberals take election: experts
Actually, Christy Clark, \more Money would improve BC Education
Tyee poll: What issue needs to be a higher priority this BC election cycle?
Housing,Jobs, Political Donations spark BC election debate battles
Canada's methane leakage massively under-reported, Studies find
B.C. Liberals rely on a relatively small pool of very big donors

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