Tuesday, May 30, 2017

Victoria Viewpoints: Tuesday, May 30, 2017

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

Trudeau defends Trans Mountain as BC Greens, NDP gear up for fight
What will people think of B.C's political makeover?
Electoral reform, political donations part of deal between BC NDP, Greens
Minority government could be the tonic B.C. needs
BC Greens agree to support NDP: A look at what happens next
NDP-Green accord touted as a way to give B.C. certainty provides Trudeau anything but
Trudeau stands by decision on Trans Mountain pipeline despite B.C. result
Beginning of the end: a chastened Clark acknowledges her premiership is likely coming to a close
Balmoral Hotel residents fear being turfed if building is condemned
NDP-Green alliance to focus on electoral reform, stopping Kinder Morgan and banning big money
Delta Mayor 'concerned' bridge to replace George Massey tunnel won't move forward
Kinder Morgan Canada shares fall in debut amid political uncertainty in B.C.
Horgan, Weaver hope to tread historic path in minority government
Christy Clark to stay on as B.C. premier -for now
NDP , Greens take aim at Kinder Morgan, Site C in power sharing deal
Tolls on Port Mann and Golden Ears bridges to fall under NDP/Green agreement
Christy Clark vows to fight on even as ability to govern slips away
Alberta's Notley warns B.C's NDP, Greens not to 'stand in the way' of Trans Mountain pipeline
B.C.'s NDP-Green alliance troubling for Canadian economy, energy projects
Pipeline politics key to Weaver weaving historic deal
Green, NDP priorities to test new 'expression of hope'
Christy Clark isn't the type to just roll over and quit
Clark to recall legislature, expects Liberal defeat
Greens and NDP didn't have to move much to find a deal
Text of deal between B.C. Green Party and B.C. NDP
'Mark my words:' Alberta's Notley says pipeline coming no matter B.C. politics
Inside the NDP-Green governing agreement
Christy Clark to stay on as B.C. Premier
B.C. NDP and Greens agree to fight pipeline, hold referendum and hike carbon tax
Christy Clark not resigning as premier - yet - will seek confidence of the B.C. legislature
CSIS report on Trans Mountain describes 'violent confrontations' over resource development
British Columbia's unstable politics shows why first past the post is the preferable electoral system
To solve Canada's social housing problem, we should look to Britain's privatization schemes
'The elegant thing for her to do is resign': Will B.C. Premier concede defeat?
B.C. NDP and Greens agree to fight pipeline, hold referendum and hike carbon tax
Christy Clark not ready to walk away, will recall house
Highlights of the NDP and Green party deal in B.C.
B.C. election results put federally-approved Trans Mountain pipeline in jeopardy
The ball is in Christy Clark's court
Alberta lawmakers react after B.C. Greens, New Democrats strike deal
Big changes in store for B.C. under NDP and Greens
On pipeline, Horgan and Weaver can do little but posture
B.C, NDP and Greens seal power sharing deal with confidence agreement
Liberal MP'S in B.C. could be among biggest losers in Green-NDP alliance
City of Vancouver issues statement about Balmoral Hotel in Downtown Eastside
NDP and Greens promise electoral reform referendum, Big Money Ban and Higher Carbon Tax
Christy Clark to Recall Legislature, Expects to Be Defeated
B.C.'s Tense Election Showdown Reaches Its Rightful Conclusion
Clark acknowledges her government likely to fall 

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