Wednesday, May 10, 2017

Victoria Viewpoints: Wednesday, May 10, 2017

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

B.C. limbo: Christy Clark seeks to co-operate with political rivals
In wake of bitter race, Liberals, NDP both look to court Greens
New MLAs Olsen, Furstenau tasked with starting 'new era' for Greens
Regardless of the final result, pollsters will be happy with the B.C. election
B.C. Green Leader would be well advised to tread cautiously
Minority government thrusts B.C. Greens into centre of power
B.C. election: Key winners and losers
B.C. Liberals win minority government: What you may have missed on election night
B.C. resource projects face uncertainty after election
Fasten your seat belts, British Columbians - and enjoy the political ride
Who's running B.C. now? The election and minority government explained
B.C.'s political earthquake reverberates in Ontario
It will take weeks for B.C. political landscape to sort itself out
B.C. Liberals hang on to power, could form minority government
Vancouver couple caught in 'absurd' immigration law limbo launches Supreme Court appeal
What B.C.'s last minority government can tell us about what happens next
Vancouver real estate magnate donates $12 million in art to the National Gallery of Canada
Officials warn Okanagan residents to brace for more flooding
Victoria, Toronto luxury homes among fastest-selling
Scientology linked anti-psychiatry exhibit in DTES concerns mental health workers
Christy Clark remains B.C. premier until all votes counted
Absentee voting explained: why B.C. election results won't be final until at least May 22
Strange bedfellow: B.C.'s 3 party leaders must court each other
Record number of indigenous MLAs heading to Victoria
Ridings where vote split was a factor
Pollsters vindicated in B.C. election after 2013 miss
Emotional roller coaster for Greens at election celebration
What comes next? A primer on how the B.C. election will be decided
Students put B.C. NDP in power with 60 seats in mock vote
Greens celebrate 'historic' B.C. wins amid minority uncertainty
Town and country: NDP saw success in cities, but failures in rural B.C. were costly
How Greens align with NDP, Liberals on 20 hot election topics
Christy Clark to try to govern with minority
Make up of next government could be unknown for another three weeks
Forget group hugs, leaders cuddle with Green's Kingmaker
Politicians urged to bridge disturbing rural-urban divide
Three leaders have backroom chats to find common ground
Uncounted votes may change B.C.'s political landscape
B.C.'s first minority government kick-started political dynasty
Green's Andrew Weaver keeping options open in historic breakthrough
Liberal, NDP leaders keen to show the green
Island's three Green MLAs weigh role in an unresolved election
B.C. limbo: provincial election results in doubt for at least two more weeks
Notes from a very unusual election
Balance of power falls to the Greens
Results a sign voters want parties 'to work together,' Clark says
B.C. enters uncharted water
Pre-election polls were one for four
Green candidates in Vancouver kept spirits up in the face of local losses
Vancouver councillor Tim Stevenson optimistic about B.C. NDP and Green coalition government
NDP incumbents sweep Victoria ridings
B.C. Green leader begins talks with other parties
Greens face stick handling act, experts say
Christy Clark to continue governing B.C. until final election results are known
More flooding is 'imminent' in Kelowna, mass evacuations possible
B.C. city now ranks among world's top 2 luxury home markets, and it's not Vancouver
Alberta NDP not concerned about pipeline after BC election; opposition troubled
BC election brings uncertainty for business sector, pipelines
Christy Clark shares touching moment with son Hamish during speech
Voting turnout in 2017 BC election sitting at an estimated 57 per cent
Voters had their say - what happens next?
What just happened in British Columbia? And What's Ahead?
See BC's Election Night Seesaw

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