Friday, November 10, 2017

Victoria Viewpoints: Friday, November 10, 2017

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

B.C. expands street drug fentanyl testing program
Is Vancouver board's rejection of Chinatown condo a disaster for development?
B.C. review board hears arguments over possibility of escorted outings for Schoenborn
Legislatures in B.C. and Alberta are sounding more like a playground
Turf war on Evil Island
Vancouver Council motion aims to enhance financial disclosure transparency
NDP can only kick funding cans so far down the road
Forests Minister pins hopes on higher value lumber exports to Asia
Fentanyl trafficking nee to be focus of enforcement, says B.C. police services director
Kinder Morgan erects wire fence around Trans Mountain terminal in Burrard Inlet
Fallen WWII vet's family connects with RCA comrade thanks to Oak Bay students
Gulf Islanders outraged over plan to euthanize beavers
'A lot of them have been sleeping in garbage bins': new homeless camp shows negative side of economic growth
British Columbians urged to assess Type 2 diabetes risk
'They are illegal right now': Kelowna considers Airbnb rules
'A blow to Prince George': Heavy equipment auctioneers closing northern B.C. location as sales move online
'We're still working out the kinks': Teacher shortage top concern 1 year after Supreme Court decision
Kamloops man using family minivan to transport people to homeless shelter
Search carried out after ferry passenger reports seeing hand gripping a log
Health minister vows reform at 'toxic' Nanaimo hospital
B.C. says 50-50 pot tax split with feds not good enough, province needs more
Victoria ranked fourth best B.C. city for real estate investment
B.C.'s finance minister disagrees with proposed split on pot tax revenue
Can there be a good ending for the Site C dam?
Bike theft in Vancouver drops 30% thanks to new app. Will other Canadian cities catch on?
Vancouver drug users will now be able to test their drugs for fentanyl
Housing advocates are unsure about the City of Vancouver's modular housing plans
Welfare Rates Should be set to allow for Simple Dignity
Police Track TransLink Riders using, Debit, Credit Card Info
In British Columbia, There's a Good News Story about the News
How Proportional Representation Empowers the Far-Right
B.C.'s high-school curriculum and education: Need. More. Mental. Health.
B.C. expands access to fentanyl testing, asking users to check their drugs

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