Monday, October 24, 2016

Victoria Viewpoints: Monday, October 24, 2016

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

Departure of Mary Ellen Turpel-Lafond

Turpel-Lafond has been a powerful force for change
Province's watchdog for children says government 'retaliated' against her
Children and Family Development Minister Stephanie Cadieux issues statement about Mary Ellen Turpel-Lafond
Stephanie Cadieux keen to work with B.C.'s incoming child advocate
Watchdog for kids takes a few parting bites at B.C. government
Turpel Lafond ends her term as Children's representative
B.C. child advocate ends term early
One-on-One with BC's children's watchdog Mary Ellen Turpel-Lafond: legacy and unfinished business
No replacement named for vacant child representative position

Vancouver hosts international housing summit
Vancouver bets on modular to fix housing and homeless crisis
How Surrey's Mayor plans to help keep her city safe
Coast Guard chief defends response to sunken tug in B.C.
Grade 8 B.C. student tells minister he teaches Indigenous language course
Firing of Vancouver trustees part of broader effort by Premier Christy Clark to silence dissent
B.C.'s new watchdog hits 'reset' on province's real estate council
Vancouver School Board replacement hits the ground running
Donald Trump's new hotel venture void of his usual stamp
VSB trustee Turner says it will take time to build trust, school closures likely inevitable
Surrey unveils new public safety strategy
B.C. coast needs policy, not platitudes to deal with derelict vessels: NDP
Who's the real bully in Vancouver's Schoolyard brawl?
New temporary modular housing units could help with Vancouver's affordability crisis
Grade 8 student teaches indigenous language class at Ucluelet high school
Gregor Robertson's right-hand man quietly bows out of city hall
Vancouver to thank Coleman for housing investment

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