Sunday, October 1, 2017

Victoria Viewpoints: Saturday/Sunday, September 30-October 1, 2017

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

During Ottawa visit, Horgan looks to get along in order to go along
B.C.'s earmarking of funds for power-sharing agreement with Greens spurs Liberal criticism
Highway of Tears still needs public transit options, locals say
Commission makes recommendations for tackling opioid crisis in North America
BC Emergency Health Services addresses trauma of being a paramedic
Meet the 30 year old who steered BC through the worst wildfire season on record
First Nations, environmental groups to voice Trans Mountain pipeline opposition at hearings
Former city councillor elected mayor of Kamloops
Stories and song: What was heard at the MMIWG community hearings in B.C.?
Young foreign workers pervade Vancouver's hospitality sector
Green MLA Sonia Furstenau sued over soil site comments
Nanaimo financial officer being sued by former employer
Strong field in BC Liberal leadership race
B.C. announces funding for First Nations, Metis family agencies
143,000 First Nations to switch to tailored B.C. Pharmacare plan
B.C. Premier says mess left by previous government is to blame for delayed legislation
Premier urging B.C. communities to try and get hands on Amazon's new headquarters
River Rock, other casinos allegedly being used by drug money-laundering operation, report says
How B.C.'s casinos are used to launder millions in drug cash
Demonstrations planned to coincide with Indigenous legal challenges against Kinder Morgan pipeline

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