Monday, June 5, 2017

Victoria Viewpoints: Monday, June 5, 2017

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

B.C. faces challenge in search for Speaker
'Tell them Chrissy sent you:' Social media responds to plea from family of Canadian killed in London attack
Vancouver School Board superintendent announces resignation
B.C. versus Alberta: A showdown that will test Confederation
University of Victoria to develop properties
City releases first draft of plans for post-viaduct Vancouver
Vancouver becoming 'apartheid city' in housing crisis, says former UN rep
Union asks Canada Post to come clean on scope of mailbox thefts from community boxes
Superintendent of Vancouver schools announces resignation
Wildfire burning out of control northwest of Quesnel
Maple Ridge Mayor Nicole Read returns to work after threats
'It's a bit of a blur': What led the B.C. Green to pick the NDP
Woodfibre LNG secures 40-year export licence from feds
'Quite an inappropriate intervention': Northern B.C. leader's letter sparks concern
Expect the speaker to be busy taking sides in the political fray
B.C. education funding and teacher hiring marred by government uncertainty
Campaign for an unelected B.C. speaker a 'horrible idea,' says columnist
Christy Clark raises much and donates little
Would Horgan, Weaver really fire 2,200 Site C workers?
Greater Victoria residents show support for rail
Woodfibre LNG gets 40 year export licence
#ChrissySentMe: Canadian victim in London attack inspires people to help the homeless
#Chrissysentme: Canadian woman killed in London terror attack inspires outpouring of good deeds
Will the U.S. spare Canada's steel producers as Trump touts 'Buy American' policy?
Trump administration asks Canada to end 'underhanded' dairy pricing class
The Canada most people don't see
Why British Columbia should hold another election - right away
Why the B. C. Liberals should suck it up and offer a Speaker
If you've ever smoked marijuana, beware of the U.S. border
She survived BC's Overdose Crisis, but 49 Friends Did Not
Options Needed for BC Gamblers with Mental Health Challenges, Says Human Rights complaint
NDP to Raise Concerns with Elections BC about "mishandled ballots'
City's latest plans for False Creek bring into focus an entirely new neighbourhood coming to Vancouver
Vancouver mayor calls the fentanyl crisis a 'bloodbath' as overdose deaths continue to soar
Get ready for higher transit fares in Metro Vancouver
Preliminary plans for Northeast False Creek include 11-acre park
VSB superintendent Scott Robinson leaving his job
Get ready for Premier Horgan
Plot thickens at Victoria Castle

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