Tuesday, April 18, 2017

Victoria Viewpoints: Tuesday, April 18, 2017

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

BC Liberals, NDP spar over Site C dam
B.C. Party leaders weigh in on Trump's 'Buy American' program
B.C. student groups seek to raise turnout for provincial election
Vancouver housing forum agrees on need for action amid scalding market
Parkland to buy Chevron's Canadian refining business in $1.5-billion deal
Site C dam project has become 'uneconomic' and should be suspended: UBC report
Alberta-based Parkland Fuel buying Chevron Canada fuel business for nearly $1.5B
Approval of Mount Polley mine waste dumping irks critics
With 10,000 members, union files to represent Mounties
Haida Gwaii project allows patients to reach health-care professionals via text
BC Votes 2017: A look at the issues in your riding
Vancouver must speed up housing development process: Greater Vancouver Board of Trade
Points to ponder if election result is close
Christy Clark campaigns on jobs from Site C dam
Taxis, tolls, schools dominate key Surrey-Fleetwood battleground riding
Five things on candidates going the distance in week one of campaigning
Elections B.C. lists 334 candidates in final count before nomination deadline
Battle of the hard hats as Clark, Horgan promise jobs
Future of Site C dam fuels debate in B.C. election campaign
Awkward imitation doesn't mean racism
Candidates come bearing gifts, but few answers
NDP leader juggling MLA duties with Opposition role
B.C. Green party presents health-care proposals
Osoyoos family physician says B.C. needs to train more doctors
Mega-Fracking in BC Linked to earthquakes, study finds
Riding to Watch: Three-Way Battle in Saanich North
Lack of Beds Leaves Patients Stacked in Hospital Hallways
Will Younger Voters' Low Turnout Once Again Be Big Election Factor?
NDP candidate George Heyman clears the air about Kinder Morgan, Site C, and road tolling
NDP election platform pledges to meet the fentanyl crisis with a new ministry of mental health and addiction
Poverty fighter says election platforms by major B.C. parties deny people on welfare a life with dignity

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