Tuesday, November 7, 2017

Victoria Viewpoints: Tuesday, November 7, 2017

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

Abbotsford Officer death

Murder charge laid in death of Abbotsford police officer
Abbotsford police officer who died after shooting has been identified
'We have lost John and nothing can change that': Abbotsford mourns fallen officer
Murder charge laid in shooting death of Abbotsford police constable
Alberta man charged with murder of 'hero' Abbotsford Constable John Davidson
Slain Abbotsford officer known for work with kids and spirit of giving
Oscar Arfmann, accused in murder of Abbotsford police officer, was troubled and mean when drunk
Abbotsford police officer killed in parking-lot shooting described as 'amazing colleague' and 'hero'
Abbotsford police officer killed identified as John Davidson, a 24 year veteran
Oscar Arfmann charged with murder following death of Abbotsford police officer
'We're trying out best to get through it': Abbotsford police mourn fallen officer

First payments of Vancouver's empty homes tax due in February
IBM urges B.C. to use blockchain to track marijuana sales
B.C. Liberals challenge speaker's authority after efforts to curb derogatory language
Vancouver rejects Chinatown condo-development permit
Vancouver warns homeowners to fill in forms on empty homes tax or risk fine
Breathalyzer leads to 3 day driving prohibition for B.C. Mayor
Plastics industry says people, not plastic bags are the problem
Saskatchewan Premier refuses to apologize for pipeline comments
Developers shocked city turned down Chinatown development
Speaker Plecas digs in on ministerial name calling
National Energy Board to hold hearings on Burnaby pipeline delays
NDP and UCP agree on one thing - they're furious at B.C.
B.C. Speaker bans use of mock ministerial titles in Legislature
Saanich scraps environmental bylaw it simply isn't workable
NDP being hypocritical in delaying byelection
Key players talk bus lanes to help with Colwood Crawl
Condo developer lashes out at Vancouver's development permit board
Empty homes tax declaration due by Feb. 2
City of Vancouver holds off on Airbnb crackdown
Why some parents of children with dyslexia feel they have to take matter into their own hands
Housing industry blasts Vancouver city staff after 105 Keefer condo proposal rejected
Vernon Mayor apologizes after being pinched for drinking and driving
Human Rights Commission should eliminate gender on Government Documents, Says Prof
What Happened to the BC Liberals' 'Clean Energy Plan?'
Why BC Needs a Public Inquiry into Fracking
Rental Housing and the War on the Poor

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