Thursday, August 10, 2017

Victoria Viewpoints: Thursday, August 10, 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 

How intervenor status for B.C. could impact the Trans Mountain pipeline legal challenge
Indigenous rights advocate to guide B.C. in Trans Mountain pipeline challenge
B.C. lawyer falls short in bid to test refugee rules
B.C. officials consider closing vast part of backcountry due to wildfire risk
B.C. makes symbolic choice in retaining Thomas Berger as counsel in Trans Mountain challenge
B.C. hires outside counsel to begin legal challenge of Trans Mountain pipeline project
Uber starts mapping routes in Metro Vancouver in anticipation of approval
Mining company sued over safety incident at Silvertip mine
B.C. joins legal battles against Trans Mountain pipeline expansion
B.C. Green Party leader questions NDP's 'no to photo radar'
Grocery wine becomes NDP's problem
Trans Mountain pipeline is not in B.C.'s best interest says BC NDP government
Stakeholders divided over BC NDP plans for Trans Mountain pipeline expansion
Patrols continue for illegal campfires and off road vehicles in backcountry of B.C.
Uber invests in B.C. mapping even though NDP platform promises fair treatment for taxi drivers
Kinder Morgan says pipeline construction will start next month, despite NDP government statement
Tim Louis not sure if COPE will endorse Jean Swanson in Vancouver council by-election
NDP government won't permit Kinder Morgan to put shovels in ground on public land for pipeline
B.C. Launches Legal Fight Against Trans Mountain Pipeline
Defying Wildfire Evacuation order, this Indigenous Community stood its ground
What Horgan can learn from Obama's Big Mistake
NDP government joins battle against pipeline

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