Sunday, June 4, 2017

Victoria Viewpoints: Saturday/Sunday, June 3 and 4, 2017

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

Enbridge eyes pipeline expansion after merger with Spectra Energy
On pipelines, Ottawa must have the final say
First Nation applauds B.C. law society for removing controversial statue
First Nations sisters say they felt left out by B.C. school system
'We're insignificant to them': Northern B.C. concerned about economic impact of NDP-Green alliance
Speaker speculation: Why the next step in B.c. politics hinges on one position
Personality politics emerge as pipeline dispute pits Alberta against B.C.
B.C. lobs a bombshell at Mr. Trudeau
B.C. Legislature faces a challenging search for a Speaker
Green party looks to build political sway beyond British Columbia
Will Clark take defeat with dignity or tray a last-minute trick?
Victoria seeks $12M from feds for pool and bike lanes
Commuter rail hopes high despite pending change of government
Ottawa helps West Coast
B.C. legislature in 'uncharted territory' as no party wants to give up voting member to be speaker
B.C. government should resist the urge to be 'obstructionist' on pipelines: Nenshi
For B.C.'s Greens and the NDP, next test will be establishing 'stability'
The irony in Christy Clark's demise

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