Tuesday, May 16, 2017

Victoria Viewpoints: Tuesday, May 16, 2017

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

No B.C. government has right to block Trans Mountain pipeline expansion: Notley
Premier Clark warms to electoral reform, a Green Party 'deal breaker'
Opposition to pipeline is not obstructionist or working against the national interest
Cars aren't making Vancouver traffic worse, transportation director says
A week before final vote count, Christy Clark speaks of collaboration
Metro Vancouver running out of industrial land
B.C. can't hold Alberta's economy 'hostage' by blocking pipeline, Notley says
Vic-Alert provides emergency alerts, updates in Victoria
NDP Leader Horgan rejects Liberal Christy Clark's collaboration overtures
Pairing may be an option if sparing a Speaker isn't
Province files defence in lawsuit that targets partisan political ads
BC campsite reservations tough to find as long weekend looms
British Columbians do not want a Liberal-Green coalition government
Public asked for input into new city of Vancouver logo
Vote counting wait leaves restless MLA's in limbo
Liberal's Island champions faded when it counted
Look at options for voting
Don't hold Alberta 'hostage' Rachel Notley warns B.C.
John Horgan in talks with Green Party
B.C.'s First overdose prevention site for women only opens on Vancouver's Downtown east side
How Christy Clark lost Metro Vancouver
BC Vote doesn't change Support for Kinder Morgan, Says Ottawa
If Libs and Greens Ally, 'It will be about Power and Ego," Say BC Activists
Time for a 'Red-Green Alliance' to Oust Clark
Rachel Notley chills as B.C. churns
B.C. election turns up volume of pipeline battles
BC Vote doesn't change support for Kinder Morgan, Says Ottawa

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