Friday, May 26, 2017

Victoria Viewpoints: Friday, May 26, 2017

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

BC enters the fragile world of minority governments
B.C. political parties very close to reaching deal, Green leader says
Grace McCarthy was tough, inspiring and worthy of remembrance
Doctor Weaver will see you now
Formal governing arrangement 'very close,' says B.C. Green party leader Andrew Weaver
Donald Trump's proposed earthquake early warning budget cut could impact B.C.
2 supervised injection sites approved for Surrey
'A bold statement': Trans Mountain pipeline pushes forward despite B.C's uncertain political future
Christy Clark gets 1st chance to govern - but how long can it last?
Leave it to Andrew Weaver, he's in control to crown a ruler
Delta Mayor wants a Plan B if tolling's ruled out for Patullo Bridge funding
Clark should step down as leader if Liberal's can't form government: poll
Changing B.C.'s electoral system requires a referendum
B.C. Greens close to deal for governing, Weaver says, want's long term pact
No referendum, No reform
Electoral reform rewards splintering
Lieutenant-governor speaks for first time about minority government
Vancouver to get third supervised injection site
Why the struggle of renters is Canada's 'ultimate housing problem'
Why Referenda - on electoral reform or any other issue - are Bad Democracy
Three ways B.C. could stop Kinder Morgan's Trans Mountain Pipeline Plan
A regal resolution for responsible government in British Columbia
New Poll shows most British Columbians want B.C. Greens to support NDP
BC Supreme Court ruling sets strict standard for distracted driving
B.C. political parties very close to deal: Weaver
Health Canada approves new supervised injection site in Vancouver's Downtown east side

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