Thursday, October 6, 2016

Victoria Viewpoints: Thursday, October 6, 2016

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

B.C. Education Minister extends Vancouver School Board audit by 2 weeks
B.C. Premier urged to nix Kinder Morgan pipeline
B.C. to lead other provinces into economic growth while Alberta hits recession: BMO
Vancouver Social-housing project to be built on lot used for homeless protests
B.C. financial services watchdog short-staffed due to low pay: Auditor General
Vancouver School Board chair in the dark on bullying allegations
Foreign buyers just one factor affecting Vancouver home prices: CMHC
Clark urged to reject Kinder Morgan pipeline for failing key condition
West Vancouver to propose own tax targeting speculators
Newly minted paramedics held back from jobs by bureaucratic change
Highway 99 will note be rerouted to avoid Lillooet slide zone says minister
Kinder Morgan pipeline gives Christ Clark chance to be nation builder - or breaker
First Nation embraces retail with huge 180 store Tsawwassen Mills outlet mall
Clark's recruiting intervention pre-empts party's political process
Latest twist in VSB insanity - privacy breach for kids and parents?
E & N rail line group isn't trusted, CEO is 'lightning rod': consultant
Pipeline memo guiding Trudeau Government 'Riddled with Mistakes'
Surrey, a Laboratory for Future Canada
Vancouver reveals big social-housing plans for 58 West Hastings and calls on province to raise the rates
Education Minister extends audit of Vancouver School Board

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