Friday, June 2, 2017

Victoria Viewpoints: Friday, June 2, 2017

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

Discord over Trans Mountain expansion rattles Canadian politics
Alberta-B.C. pipeline standoff 'at at turning point' Notley says
Greater Vancouver housing market heats up as B.C. politics shift
The B.C. election is over, but Round 2 is just getting started
B.C.'s election has imperilled a hydroelectric megaproject in the province's northeast
John Horgan's NDP mulls over which anti-Trans Mountain court case to join
A look inside the Balmoral Hotel where city says tenants are in 'imminent danger'
Vancouver orders SRO-owners to repair building unsafe for people
Fentanyl crisis 'a bloodbath,' says Vancouver mayor
'Legitimate reasons' to sue drug companies over opioid crisis, says former B.C. attorney general
Expert says columnist suggestion Alberta shut duel pipeline to B.C. 'pretty ruinous'
B.C. pipeline showdown: Will Kinder Morgan expansion get built?
With Balmoral's evacuation, no one sure where to go or what to do
Horgan could be B.C. premier by early July
An NDP government on tenterhooks
Horgan urges Clark to recall legislature, citing softwood, drug crisis
B.C.'s Greens and NDP prove anti-oil types won't settle for anything but crushing Alberta
How the B.C. Liberals squandered there chance to keep power
No further concessions on Trans Mountain, Kinder Morgan Canada says
John Horgan urges BC Hydro not to finalize Site C deals
Horgan to Hydro: Don't sign New Site C contracts or evict residents
B.C. election could transform development picture, starting with 105 Keefer rezoning

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