Monday, October 17, 2016

Victoria Viewpoints: Monday, October 17, 2016

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

The Firing of the Vancouver School Board

Education Minister Mike Bernier fires Vancouver School Board
Fired Vancouver school board chair Mike Lombardi accuses education minister of provincial takeover
Dismissed education trustee Penny Noble says province made right decision to fire Vancouver School Board
The B.C. government was right to fire the Vancouver School Board
Conflict hits breaking point as B.C. fires Vancouver School Board trustees
Former Vancouver School Board chair Mike Lombardi calls firing 'outrageous'
'Devastating' if Provincial Trustee Closes Schools, Critics Say after VSB Firing
The First Time Victoria Fired the Vancouver School Board
Vancouver School Board fired by B.C. education minister
Vancouver School Board to approve budget after months of delay, controversy
Bernier's pre-emptive strike abruptly ends VSB battle
B.C. education Minister Bernier fires Vancouver School Board
Vancouver's rebel school trustees get their wish martyrdom for the cause
Bringing hammer down on Vancouver School Board was clearly orchestrated
Education Minister fires Vancouver School Board
B.C.'s education minister fires Vancouver School Board
The politics got into it in the public realm: former VSB Vision Trustee
The Vancouver School Board has been Fired

Diesel spill near Bella Bella an 'environmental disaster,' says nearby First Nation
Fuel to be removed from submerged tug boat in Bella Bella
Crews to begin pumping fuel from sunken B.C. tug
Efforts to pump fuel from sunken tug on B.C. central coast due to begin
City of Vancouver files lawsuit to shut down Airbnb host
Is B.C.'s government ready for an earthquake?
Invermere Mayor claims mysterious minority status to win NDP nomination
Surrey will be Canada's first City of Refuge
B.C. expands  post-foster care support for young adults
'Langtoria' commuter bus launch has 4 riders, officials still hopeful
Softwood lumber deal has become a political hot potato

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