Monday, August 7, 2017

Victoria Viewpoints: Saturday-Monday, August 5-7, 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 

B.C. to collect comprehensive data on overdose victims to curb opioid crisis
B.C. wildfires still raging on a month after state of emergency declared
Vancouver city planners aim to make high-density neighbourhoods livable
BC NDP government plans temporary foreign worker registry
Will we learn from LNG's failure in B.C.?
B.C. woman files private charges over Mount Polley tailings spill
Vancouver real estate market unfazed by foreign buyers' tax one year later
Future of Fraser River's 2nd largest sockeye population unclear 3 years after mining disaster
Unlabelled, 'unsustainable' Russian sockeye being sold in Vancouver markets
Gordon Wilson threatens to sue John Horgan
B.C. foundation reaps $3m in court fines from environmental offenders
LNG will be an important part of B.C.'s future
The outsiders - Taylor and Watts add buzz to Liberal leadership race
Nice of you to drop by, Prime Minister Trudeau
NDP golf fundraiser has Greens fuming
Victoria city staff among region's top civic earners
Minister to Nanaimo: Sort it out yourselves
What do we mean by 'affordable housing?'

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