Friday, October 21, 2016

Victoria Viewpoints: Friday, October 21, 2016

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

Mike Bernier, Mike Lombardi and little mourning for the Vancouver School Board
We Matter videos speak to aboriginal youth in crisis
Court hears B.C. Mountie twice convicted of punching Indigenous suspects
Mountie convicted of assaulting handcuffed teen to be sentenced today in Terrace
Vancouver students call for fired VSB trustees to be reinstated
Owner of stricken tugboat apologizes for diesel spill
System will evolve after release of Nick Lang report, says minister
Environmentalists laud motor restrictions on Columbia River
Vernon School District fined $74K for failed asbestos management
City of Kimberly seeks investors to expand SunMines project
Premier Clark's popularity rising - but more than half still unhappy with her work
Maple Ridge trustees push province to address fentanyl in B.C. schools
B.C. exempted WHL teams from paying players minimum wage during lengthy lawsuit
Dead boy's dad says he'll push for services for kids before B.C. election
The face of major junior hockey's class-action wage lawsuit
Liberals 'save' hockey in B.C., but do so on the sly
Being engaged in school shouldn't cost money
Premier expands cabinet to add focus on rural economic development
Hick's solution sets an example
Lululemon Athletica allays fears it will relocated its headquarters outside of Vancouver
Almost one in five BC University Students Now International

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