Tuesday, June 6, 2017

Victoria Viewpoints: Tuesday, June 6, 2017

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

B.C. electoral reform hinges on fall vote for proportional representation
Clark challenges Horgan on B.C.'s Site C dam, warns delay could cost $600 million
Trudeau Liberals back motion in support of Trans Mountain pipeline expansion
As Greens, NDP gear up in B.C., choosing a Speaker gets complicated
B.C's first supervised-injection site outside Vancouver to open in Surrey
Andrew Weaver, John Horgan and Christy Clark to receive apology from government leaders in northern B.C.
Christy Clark gives opposition 4 days to provide input on Site C dam
Shell says it will proceed with B.C. energy plans despite political uncertainty
'Slap dat ho': Sexist attacks on Maple ridge Mayor not part of healthy debate
UVIc to rename Trutch building because of colonial politician's racist legacy
Clark alleges $600-million Site C delay, NDP responds critique 'unsupported'
Rush job in Site C review won't answer $9B questions
War of words breaks out over Clark letter to NDP, Greens over cost of Site C delays
Hey, Metro Mayors, we already said not to new taxes
Premier warns NDP, Greens that delaying Site C dam could cost $600M
B.C. Ferries hires Dutch-owned shipyard to build two smaller vessels
Election of Speaker gains significance in 44-43 parliament
B.C. MLA's to be sworn in this week while awaiting word on legislature recall
Clark warns of $600 million delay to Site C dam
Premier visits flood affected areas in the Okanagan
Safe injection site set to open in Surrey
Could fired Vision Vancouver trustees return?
In BC, Climate Determination Can Trump Defeat
Protecting oceans is paying off

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