Thursday, October 20, 2016

Victoria Viewpoints: Thursday, October 20, 2016

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

B.C.'s Children's Minister rejects proposal for forced youth care
Vancouver School Board Staff to return, appointed trustee says
Drug death toll reaches new peak in B.C. with 555 fatalities in nine months
Lululemon warns it might move HQ out of Vancouver
Dam failure a quake risk for Campbell River
Reports find B.C. government falling to clamp down on suspect logging practices
Dianne Turner 'trying to figure out' how she'll do the job of 9 trustees
Health worker says Indigenous communities may need different approach to domestic violence
Anti-pipeline Gitxsan angry over province's deal with unelected band chiefs
B.C. has already eclipsed last year's deadly drug overdose total
CRA nets $240M from probe of real estate tax cheats in B.C., Ontario
B.C. NDP promises child care for $10 a day
Help us or we may leave Vancouver, Lululemon tells Ottawa
New VSB boss Dianne Turner promises fast-tracked seismic upgrades and no immediate school closures
Political bickering fails Vancouver students and parents
Lobby group wants tolls and bridges to help Sunshine Coast access
Why is government increasing funds for Private Special Needs Schools?
An inevitable disaster, a Failed Spill response
Four harsh truths for Canada's Lovestruck Pipeline politicians
Vancouver's new school trustee promises no school closures for 'foreseeable future'
Politicians' time shift to skirt Colwood Crawl draws tide of outrage
NDP quota policy theatre of the absurd
Don't impede sewage project
VSB situation casts doubts on trustees' role

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