Friday, November 17, 2017

Victoria Viewpoints: Friday, November 17, 2017

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

Provinces to keep control of online cannabis sales
It takes a village to care for the homeless; just ask this high-school student
Mental health and addictions centre to open on Riverview site in Coquitlam
New mental health centre on Riverview lands to open in 2019
Vancouver arts education centre to move into vacated Emily Carr University building
Coroners jury calls for changes to ambulance design after B.C. man falls out of vehicle and dies
Public inquest ordered for shooting of distraught man holding two-by-four
Greens' Weaver convinced NDP will support Site C, an 'irritating decision
Lights Camera inaction, why B.C. must defend the status quo
Greens lay out alternatives for B.C. hydro
Schools shaken by quake safety inequities
Riverview youth mental health centre proceeds
The made in BC water cannon that wasn't used to fight its wildfires last summer
BC NDP government comes around to controversial 'Panda Bonds'
Feds to spend more that $325M to tackle gangs and gun crime
Teachers who won in court plead for help, say VSB playing 'shell games'
Translink's new double-decker buses will begin service in Metro Vancouver next week
How many fights and hospital visits could TransLink prevent by extending weekend SkyTrain hours?

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