Thursday, June 1, 2017

Victoria Viewpoints: Thursday, June 1, 2017

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

U.S. softwood lobby assails Ottawa's aid package, calling it a subsidy
Trudeau's request for residential school apology is a good first step. Now, do more
Alberta and B.C.'s relationship has gone sour
Experts plumb depths of quake causing cracks off west coast
Vancouverites band together for the Balmoral Hotel
NDP-Greens seek ways to cool British Columbia's housing market
Balmoral Hotel residents, fearing eviction, occupy Vancouver mayor's office
John Horgan and Christy Clark weigh in on $867M softwood lumber assistance package
Elections BC says 61.5% of registered voters cast ballots this election
David Suzuki says NDP-Green alliance a 'wonderful opportunity'
Andrew Weaver called out for not suiting up to bike to work
B.C.'s small claims disputes go online today
John Horgan calls on BC Hydro not to finalize Site C contracts
BC NDP's John Horgan puts Washington trip on softwood agenda
Horgan's Hydro dealings promise to be riveting power play
B.C.'s NDP transition team on hold until Clark government voted out
An MLA with diarrhea could topple the government: A playlist of just how crazy things could get in B.C.
Ride-hailing still coming to B.C., but NDP, Greens offer few details
B.C. MP calls on prime minister to stand up for Kinder Morgan
In pipeline dispute, Alberta has ways to get tough with B.C.
Clark is right to force a vote
How NDP might govern, with greens hovering
B.C. premier welcomes fed $876M in softwood help
Canadian winery owners arrested, put on trial in China for customs valuation dispute
The Big Winner in BC's Election? Citizens
What Madness Lies Ahead for BC's Legislature
Four principles that can end Chronic Homelessness

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