Wednesday, April 12, 2017

Victoria Viewpoints: Wednesday, April 12, 2017

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

UBC board to vote on new sexual misconduct policy in wake of scandals
B.C. eagerly anticipating federal bill legalizing marijuana
B.C. health-care workers slam decision to reverse iHealth suspension
Why are B.C.'s leaders silent on cannabis legalization?
Kinder Morgan Pipeline looms large in B.C. election
Rich Coleman tells forum Liberals would offer incentives for homeowners
Partial win at court for suspended Victoria police chief
'Far too slow': 7 B.C. applications for supervised injection sites awaiting federal action
Province agrees to pay for homemade road in Penny
Former Victoria tent city dwellers unhappy with transitional housing
BC NDP promises renters $400 a year
The 'mercurial Irishman'": A profile of B.C. NDP Leader John Horgan
Thousands of X-rays and scans read in B.C.'s Interior have 'inaccuracies'
How the B.C. election could impact federal parties
NDP's proposed $400 renter's grant could cost $216 million annually
Leaders promise to spend your money to sway your vote
Tech sector hopes to convert election promises into real progress
Greens go left of NDP on campaign trail
Strike two for B.C. Liberals as privacy watchdog dismisses calls for NDP probe
How much do B.C. political parties really know about you?
Our prejudices are contributing to B.C.'s opioid crisis
Liberals look nervous about Horgan's spending promises
NDP pledges $400 annual grant for renters
Ferry 'break' insults islanders
New big-money focus is on spending it
Child poverty is outrageous and unhealthy
Greens, NDP aim for low-income support
What's Changed on the Ground Since the Mount Polley Mine Disaster?
What if We acted as though Homelessness were a real emergency?
B.C. Liberal's election platform gives little attention to the fentanyl crisis despite deaths continuing to soar
Vancouver school district faces more cutbacks on eve of provincial election

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