Tuesday, October 4, 2016

Victoria Viewpoints: Tuesday, October 4, 2016

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

Vancouver School Board suspends school closures amid investigation
B.C. Auditor-General urges more oversight for government IT projects
B.C. agrees to back Ottawa's proposal to expand Canada Pension Plan
B.C. report finds indigenous girls in care more likely to face sex abuse
Businesses tall B.C. government to put the pedal to the metal on Uber
Would you re-name B.C.? First Nations artist wants new name for province
Forum attempts to generate housing solutions
Bat houses and bubble curtains: a closer look at the conditions for Pacific NorthWest LNG
B.C.'s education minister may fire Vancouver School Board
First cable ferry in fleet performing well, BC Ferries says
After delay, B.C. agrees to back Ottawa's proposal to expand Canada Pension Plan
Hundreds of B.C. foster children victims of sexual violence
Vancouver homeowners missing out on $30M in grants, says councillor
VSB in chaos, but trustees still have their jobs
Pipeline approval would cause 'war in the woods' style backlash, Vancouver councillor says
B.C. agriculture minister in near-nude body paint publicity stunt
IT failures are common, tracking those expenses in B.C. aren't
B.C. has shown carbon tax can work
Computer system cost control needed: auditor
Aboriginal girls most at risk of sexual violence in government care: B.C. watchdog
Big Brother's coming to city hall
BC confirms support to expand Canada Pension Plan
B.C. shouldn't Idle on Carbon Tax While Canada Catches Up, Says Opposition
Vancouver School Board staff casualties of war

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