Thursday, July 13, 2017

Victoria Viewpoints: Thursday, July 13, 2017

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

BC Wildfire emergency in Cariboo/Interior

An archive of notes from the BC wildfires 

Local government sounds alarm over development on Vancouver's Grouse Mountain
Cellphone, confusing crossing signals caused train to hit B.C. Ambulance: TSB
Mandatory minimum not fit for sex offender, B.C.'s top court rules
Use barges to ease Massey Tunnel congestion, says B.C. longshoreman
Cowichan Valley residents say Trans-Canada Highway traffic a 'mess'
Cellphone, confusing crossing signals caused train to hit B.C. ambulance, says TSB
Will Victoria find favour with new B.C. government?
Paddling through Site C politics, potential pink slips
Grouse Mountain Resorts sold to Shanghai-based investment firm: report
B.C. needs fire protection zones around vulnerable communities: expert
Bridging the divide between two B.C's
Flaggers don't help cause with bridge-blocking threat
Julie Payette, next governor general, has strong links to Island
How long will Christy Clark last as B.C. Liberal party leader?
Running for Council, Judy Graves vows to Bring Back the "Dream' of Vancouver
How much will it cost to Cover the Liberals' Site C Gambling Debt?
Government partners integrate injection-drug rooms into supportive-housing sites around Vancouver
Grouse Mountain Resorts expected to be sold to Chinese investors

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