Sunday, May 14, 2017

Victoria Viewpoints: Saturday/Sunday, May 13 and 14, 2017

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

Elections BC accepts recounts fro two ridings, rejects requests for four others
Green Party leader Andrew Weaver is suddenly the most sought after man in B.C. politics
Rescue crews suspend recovery mission for missing fire chief from flood-stricken B.C. interior
Christy Clark would still face tough road, even if seat flips in her favour
Small landslide near Vernon results in evacuation order for 17 properties
2 B.C. ridings to get recounts following tight election race
The Rookies: 3 first-time provincial candidates reflect on losses
B.C. on the cusp of a better kind of 'different'
It ain't over til it's over in B.C. politics
Elections B.C. to hold two recounts in contested ridings. A switch could determine the next government
Elections BC rejects four recount requests, accepts two
Andrew Weaver sets demands, begins negotiations on minority government
Search begins for a crack whip to manage divided house
Election results could spell trouble for B.C.'s tax competitiveness
On the razor's edge  - One riding could decide Christy Clark's fate
Vote was rebuke of Christy Clark
Meet the B.C. Greens who could hold the balance of power
The doctor is in - Weaver taking calls
B.C. has a chance to improve mental health
BC Green Party leader Andrew Weaver planning on week of negotiations with other parties
Elections BC to hold recounts in two of five closely contested ridings

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