Tuesday, October 18, 2016

Victoria Viewpoints: Tuesday, October 18, 2016

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

No Vancouver schools planned for closing as focus shifts to budget, staff
Oil clean up from sunken tug on B.C. central coast criticized as storm looms
B.C. auditor general warns info on government mobile devices at risk
Non-profit group pursues legal action over Mount Polley mine disaster
B.C. government failing women in jail, legal advocates say
No schools closures in Vancouver for now, says B.C. education minister
2017 British Columbia election: Columbia River-Revelstoke riding profile
104-year old woman shining example of municipal program success, says report
'Tis the season for pedestrian crashes warns ICBC
Venting at Victoria over VSB firings may be forgotten by 2017 election
New B.C. lottery: Could you scrape by on $1000 a day?
Take care of Caregivers: Doctors of BC report
Most highest-paid B.C. government employees are men
No Vancouver Schools to close before election, minister indicates
Watchdog reports flag security risks with government smartphones and tablets
Province already controls schools, so why bother with school boards?
B.C. government sloppy with info on mobile devices, watchdogs say
Outgoing B.C. Ferries CEO to lead industry group
Vancouver School Board dismissal a calculated risk
Making a difference the aim of good teachers
Victoria Council expresses support for commuter train
Petroleum panic a barge too far
Tugboat fuel spill on BC Coast a 'Warning,' Says NDP MP
Widened Support for Foster Kids Exiting Care Welcome, but Much More Needed: critic
Just Like Santa, Kinder Morgan is Coming to Town This December
Former National Field Hockey star Ravi Kahlon will run for B.C. NDP in North Delta
Education Minister says no plans for School Closures
Fired Vancouver School Board trustees reflect on tumultuous times
Vancouver parents criticize school board dismissal, petition minister
No Schools to close in Vancouver following school board disimissal, says Minister
Mining Watch launches private prosecution agains B.C. government and mining company
Detecting cancer before you ever get ill: BC Cancer Agency's study hopes for paradigm shift
Heiltsuk First Nation calls tugboat sinking near Bella Bella 'environmental disaster' as clean-up efforts continue

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