Thursday, August 3, 2017

Victoria Viewpoints: Thursday, August 3, 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 

First Nations people three times more likely to die of overdoses in B.C.
B.C. Auditor General's review of program for child, spousal support finds lack of value
B.C. wildfire season worst in 60 years still far from over: official
Byelection set for Vancouver School Board
No B.C. charges in Mount Polley dam collapse as federal investigations continue
B.C.  heat wave breaks 100 year old temperature records this week
Bellringer uneasy with 'cosy' contracting under B.C. Liberals
B.C. Liberals highlight small business, rural economy with opposition critic roles
Mount Polley dam failure: Why were there no charges under B.C. laws?
BCUC must consider 'dispatchablility' in Site C review
B.C.'s First Nation families devastated by drug deaths
Review of child, spousal support program finds lack of value
Province's price tag for Victoria tent city: $3 million
Hard choices ahead for ICBC
Dam economics to meet Dam politics
BC Liberals announce shadow cabinet
The curious emptiness of Christy Clark's legacyTough task ahead for Site C's reviewers
Byelection for New Vancouver School Board set for October
First Nations still vastly overrepresented in BC overdose deaths
Justin Trudeau's response to a direct question about Vancouver housing prices
A punter's guide to Vision Vancouver's choice in the upcoming council by-election
B.C. Day weekend - Toga on the Bridge, anyone?
First Nations people more likely to die of drug overdose
Vancouver School Board byelection set for October 14

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