Thursday, October 13, 2016

Victoria Viewpoints: Thursday, October 13, 2016

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

Tug's diesl spill a 'nightmare' for Heiltsuk Nation in British Columbia
B.C. tech companies complain of shortage of skilled workers
B.C. government argues against giving health information to tobacco industry
B.C. government's multimillion-dollar pre-election ad campaign merely a partisan exercise
It's time politicians stepped up to address the overdose crisis before more people die needlessly
B.C.'s sensible Mental Health Act not in need of any challenges
Supreme Court agrees to hear B.C. land case that predates Confederation
Women-only supervised injection site to open in Vancouver
Tsawwassen Mills mall won't accept First Nations status cards for tax exemption
Diesel fears after tug and petroleum barge run aground near Bella Bella
B.C. businesses lobby for value-added tax, minus HST furor
B.C. lumber producers brace for U. S. assault
Sunken tug boat leaking diesel fuel near B. C.'s Great Bear Rainforest
Province taken to task for housing costs
ICF needs more transparency
U.S. lumber trade faces uncertain future
Victoria issues fires stormwater utility bill
Treaty commission hopes for deals with 8 First Nations bands in 2017
B.C. NDP health critic 'shocked' by review into Princeton man's death
Report sees hope for Canadian LNG projects despite weak prices
Tugboat Aground Near Bella Bella
1,150 community grants stalled as B.C. government staff learn to process applications
McKenzie interchange construction won't worsen Victoria commute, province says
Canada, U. S. poised to resume hostilities over softwood lumber
Public consultation to start for potential link between Sunshine Coast and Lower Mainland
Renewed calls for MMIW inquiry to include missing men, 7 months after B.C. boy vanishes
Clam beds at risk after sinking tug spills fuel near Bella Bella says local First Nation

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