Wednesday, October 26, 2016

Victoria Viewpoints: Wednesday, October 26, 2016

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

There's a potential jackpot for companies that prequalify for B.C. government contracts
TransLink proposes a regional development fee
Fired school board chair Mike Lombardi says residents deserve more than a single trustee accountable to premier
Landlord registry set to launch in Vancouver in 2017
Fired school trustees say B.C. education minister defamed them
Vancouver area's empty-home rates have almost doubled since 2001
Conflict of interest allegations against Premier Christy Clark heading to B.C. Supreme Court
Parent groups ask feds to pay for seismic upgrades to schools
Vernon councillor says city wading into 'culture wars' with 'divisive' rainbow crosswalk
Emotionally vulnerable children on the rise in B.C., study says
Fired Vision Vancouver school board trustees allege education minister defamed them
Former constituency staffer pleads guilty to stealing from MLA's office
A new ice rink in Hazelton is more than a place to skate - it's 'a new sense of hope'
Flu strain stronger, earlier this year, warns B.C. Centre for Disease Control
Province launches report card consultations this week
Aboriginal, environmental groups to sue Canada over Petronas LNG approval
By the numbers: Flu season returns - and H3N2 is back with a vengeance
Northern B.C. resource towns' mobile home residents struggle amid energy boom
B.C. conflict commissioner accused of Clark bias in new court challenge
UBC study finds one-third of B.C. kindergartners vulnerable, more have emotional problems
Four fired Vancouver school board trustees demand B.C. minister apologize for 'defamation'
Kootenay Bill aced saying sorry, bearing down on critics
WHL being back-checked for possibly violating lobby law
B.C. backs down in fight against bear cubs' saviour
Province urges everyone to get flu vaccine
Ex-constituency assistant pleads guilty to fraud over $5,000
Liberals on target with real-estate tax
Co-operation beats competing
Former staffer for MLA Rob Fleming pleads guilty to fraud
Democracy watch wants conflict decision on Premier's fundraising overturned
Liberal MLA's linked to Killed Maple Ridge Shelter Plan, Documents reveal
Because it's 2016: Let's Drag Access-to-Info out of the Stone age
Christy Clark says her Government needs to do more to combat opioid crisis in B.C.
Fired trustees say education minister defamed them
Burnaby nabs secretary-treasurer from embattled Vancouver school district
Vancouver moves to shut down Donwtown Eastside homeless camp
Tis the season to get your flu shot

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