Friday, October 28, 2016

Victoria Viewpoints: Friday, October 28, 2016

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

Contamination worries heighten in Shawnigan Lake
Seven Smart Education Promises for BC's Next Government
With Good Stewardship, LNG Can Be a Social Good
Indigenous Rights declaration not simple
Special adviser's report on Vancouver School Board released
B.C.'s political fundraising makes a mockery of democracy
Foreign buyers 1.3 percent of Vancouver-region real estate sales since tax
Under a cloud: How UBC's Steven Galloway affair has haunted a campus and changed lives
The fraught politics of sports funding
Foreign purchases of Metro Vancouver homes plunge
Minister vows to investigate daycare wait-list fees
VSB audit recommends trustees stop acting as advocates, start acting as stewards
Richmond wants ICBC to start tracking private vehicle odometer data
B.C. Conservatives oust recently re-elected leader
Horgan pumps up the bold to sway voters
Alberta's land locked oil is moving, will travel - pipeline or not
Overdose crisis everyone's battle
Island without a Senator
School Board reforms are long overdue
B.C. procurement process is not always open
B.C. conservatives outs leader Dan Brooks a month after re-electing him
Latest round of real-estate date shows Metro Vancouver Sales to foreign buyers remain low since new tax brought in

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