Friday, May 19, 2017

Victoria Viewpoints: Friday, May 19, 2017

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

On the trail of an oil tanker
What Kinder Morgan's Trans-Mountain pipeline will mean for B.C.'s coast
Trudeau says Canada will be 'resolute and firm' on trade interests
Vancouver tent city endures as city fiddles on ending homelessness
Commissioner defends missing, murdered inquiry, as criticism mounts
B.C. winery owners facing life in Chinese prison for smuggling
Coroner's jury rules Victoria man's police-involved death a suicide
Trudeau reiterates support for Trans Mountain pipeline on B.C. visit
MMIWG chief commissioner still has 'hope' despite rocky start
Prime Minister Justin Trudeau wraps West Coast week with community meetings
B.C. Liberals odds of deal with Greens fading fast
Narrow window exists for John Horgan to become premier
Indigenous families, without answers for so many years, frustrated by slow start at federal inquiry
Canada always prevails in U.S. softwood dispute and will again, Trudeau says
New tax approaches to the 'astronaut' phenomenon
Benefits application form is 'insane' advocate says
Be careful with vote numbers
Many Green votes taken from Liberals
2017 Election results show a rural and urban divide
Justin Trudeau says he'll work with B.C. and Alberta on Trans Mountain
'War of Word's activist encouraged by current environmental passion
Parents say union creates classroom challenges for special needs kids
Canadian speculators, not foreign money, are driving up home prices
Goldilocks voters decided Clark not to their taste

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