Tuesday, May 9, 2017

Victoria Viewpoints: Tuesday, May 9, 2017

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

B.C. Liberals win minority government: What happened and what comes next
BC Liberals reduced to minority with Greens holding balance of power
New York Times sues non-profit Advantage BC over tax program
Tensions over time: A primer on the Canada-U.S. softwood lumber dispute
B.C. developed hepatitis C screening test personalizes treatment for patients
B.C. Liberals win minority government
Courtenay-Comox heading to recount with 9 vote spread
Liberals win new seat in northern B.C. in tight Skeena riding
Advantage BC target of New York Times lawsuit alleging 'secretive' tax-incentive programs
Heavy traffic jams Elections BC website on voting day
Christy Clark to try to govern with minority
John Horgan's message trumped personal attacks, costing questions
Big name Liberals fall
Ten notable new faces in Victoria
Not sure who won yet, but Christy Clark definitely lost
Longest, bitterest and most expensive campaign finally end, thank heavens
Possible recounts in handful of B.C. ridings
Christy Clark and the Liberals unable to repeat 2013 election miracle
B.C.'s voters have spoken. Now what?
Liberals, NDP in tight fight; Clark says she intends to keep governing
Green jubilation as Adam Olsen grabs Saanich North and the Islands
John Horgan could become first Island premier in 6 decades
Andrew Weaver coasts to re-election and sees Greens boost seat count
B.C. enters uncharted waters
Pre-election polls were one for four
BC Greens gain two more seats in 2017 provincial election
Global News projects Liberal government
Green Party picks up three seats in B.C. election
4 Liberal ministers unseated
Kelowna incumbent nervous about minority government
Ellis Ross elected in Skeena riding
What happens when B.C. elects a minority government?
Election night sends BC down unmapped road
The most nail biting finish in memory, Updated
Tyee's electoral map
Christy Clark tried to Trump British Columbians
Green Caucus will likely hold the balance of power
B.C. NDP leader John Horgan refuses to concede defeat on election night
Christy Clark's payback to Sam Sullivan could cost her the office of premier
Sam Sullivan defeats Morgane Oger in Vancouver-False Creek

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