Wednesday, May 3, 2017

Victoria Viewpoints: Wednesday, May 3, 2017

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

Christy Clark to target thermal coal even if softwood dispute is resolved
B.C. parties's slates underscore persisting gender challenges in politics
B.C. Liberals have not committed to UN declaration on Indigenous rights
Polls give conflicting results on which party is ahead in B.C. election
'There's definitely a level of fear': first responders gather at fentanyl workshop
B.C. Premier can't impose thermal coal tax, says Rachel Notley
'I want to have a say': Indigenous voters push for bigger presence in B.C. election
The final week of the B.C. campaign
Report claims 'unauthorized dams' a big problem in Peace
Provincial sheriff shortage an election issue
Green Leader Andrew Weaver breaks free from stigma of one issue party
Weaver won't share who he'd rather work with between Clark and Horgan
B.C. Liberals under fire for little-known program that gives tax breaks to wealthy foreign companies
Delta Liberal candidate admits to mistakenly signing nomination papers
Liberals want big University of California model for UBC medical school
NDP and Liberals respond to taxing questions
Don't vote Green if you want rid of Clark, NDP pleads
B.C. Liberal candidate's Salt Spring pool plan stirs First Nations ire
Swimming pool and politics don't mix
Another chance at Games glory
B.C. Liberals have a bumper crop of donations
U.S. lumber retaliation 'irresponsible,' NDP leader John Horgan says
Petronas subsidiary built unauthorized dams for fracking: report
B.C. Liberals have now returned nearly $250,000 in Illegal donations
Do we even need the Site C dam?
Focus on Stikine, Where One of Three Voters are Indigenous
Christy Clark's Club: Kings and Queens of the Crowns
Christy Clark puts wine on the election agenda in BC's Lake Country
Andrew Weaver says 'neither Liberals nor NDP can be trusted with majority government'
Alberta Premier Rachel Notley denounces Clark's coal tax promise
B.C. school's decision to not celebrate Mother's, Father's day in class sparks debate
City of Vancouver decides to scrap new logo and start over

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