Sunday, May 28, 2017

Victoria Viewpoints: Saturday/Sunday, May 27 and 28 2017

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

The uncharted waters of B.C. minority politics
Medical-marijuana grower funds legal fight for insurance coverage
False Creek is Vancouver's 'next generation of building'
Hundreds rally in Burnaby to oppose Trans Mountain pipeline expansion
Rural B.C. residents bear brunt of illegal dumping
Flood fatigue sets in as Okanagan lakes and rivers continue to rise
Vancouver woman says hajib invites racial abuse, harassment
Body of missing fire chief swept away by flood located in B.C.'s interior
Supreme Court jury finds man guilty of smuggling Tamil migrants to Canada
Premier Horgan would face tough choices for his cabinet
Horgan, Weaver watch women's rugby sevens finals together Sunday
Who will win B.C's Game of Thrones?
Liberal or NDP government? We should know by Wednesday
Green Candidates came second in only six constituencies in B.C. election
Intercepting the B.C. Liberals' Hail Christy long bomb
Here's the scenario for B.C. Green Leader Andrew Weaver keeping Christy Clark in the premier's office
Loss of Coast Guard dive team has critics concerned
Guatemalan researcher urges speedy resolve to missing and murdered cold cases
B.C. election fiasco shows need for online voting
B.C. Law society accused of scapegoating lawyers to ease foreign-money fears

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