Sunday, October 23, 2016

Victoria Viewpoints: Saturday/Sunday, October 22 and 23, 2016

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

Global summit in Vancouver to address affordable housing crisis
Vancouver seeks to protect character of historic Chinatown
How a moose tax can help B.C. wildlife conservation
Chinese-language forest tours to educate more B.C. residents on conservation
Storms on B.C. coast impede efforts to contain tugboat fuel spill
'Amateur hour behaviour': School trustee selection needs review, educator says
Welfare Food Challenge highlights hardships of those in need
Evicted East Vancouver families call for restrictions on 'renovictions'
Booms fixed after wind spreads diesel fuel from tug sunk near Bella Bella
2017 British Columbia election: Abbotsford West riding profile
2017 British Columbia election: Port Coquitlam riding profile
Williams Lake kindergarten has great outdoors for classroom
Bella Bella diesel spill response questioned by Heiltsuk First Nation Chief after booms fail
RCMP  probes B.C.'s Shuswap First Nation finances
Storms hamper attempt to clean up, contain fuel spill off B.C. coast
This is egalitarian Canada, so why should private schools get public money?
B.C. groups seek hundreds of millions in 2017 federal budget
Auditor General scrutinizes DFO's fish stock management
Private providers crucial to continuing care for B.C. seniors
Election showdown looms over B.C. grizzly bear hunting
B.C. Ferries fares down $600,000 on day of storm shutdown
Digital doors should be secure
MLAs to try quake early warning app
Heiltsuk chief says her people are shocked by spread of diesel spill near Bella Bella

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