Thursday, June 8, 2017

Victoria Viewpoints: Thursday, June 8, 2017

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

Christy Clark sworn in as B.C. Premier in 'mostly-caretaker mode'
Christy Clark sworn in as B.C. premier of province's first minority government in 65 years
B.C.'s Andrew Weaver vows to consult First nations on resource development
B.C. man's trial for terrorism-related charges begins
Vancouver single-room hotel lawsuit stalls over venue dispute
B.C. man facing terror charges cheered 2014 Quebec, Ottawa attacks
Surrey's first supervised injection site experiences 'steady' first day
City of Vancouver officially becomes living wage employer
UVic's new downtown condo project will have space for students
Climate of uncertainty a strange backdrop for Liberal, NDP swearing-in ceremonies
New defence funding to boost Vancouver Island bases, says federal minister
Christy Clark sticking to rules, isn't going anywhere as B.C. legislature takes shape
Delay eviction of Site C opponent until power transfer
B.C. court grapples with whether to allow class-action lawsuit against SRO landlords
'Smoking gun' roadside prohibition emails protected by court
Vancouver Aquarium launches bold plan to be global centre of ocean information
B.C. Liberals raised over $300,000 in 48 hours after NDP-Green takeover announced
Jubilant New Democrats, downcast Liberals at swearing-in
Board accused of using policing money to pay chief's legal fees
Liberals intent on keeping legacy dam
Not all votes carry the same clout in B.C.
Pipeline, dam await B.C. government direction
University of Victoria renames building bearing name of alleged racist politician
Vancouver adopts living wage of $20.62
Chinese seniors take Chinatown fight to steps of city hall
B.C. premier sticks to rules, isn't going anywhere
Clark sworn in to lead B.C. minority government
No reason $10 a day childcare in BC cant' start soon, says Advocate
Refugees at risk after BC support Group denied Federal Funds, critics say

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