Friday, November 24, 2017

Victoria Viewpoints: Friday, November 24, 2017

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

B.C. legislature committee to review future of ride-hailing services
CP Rail freight train derails, spills fuel after rock slide in B.C.'s Fraser Canyon
Fighting to prevent the 'dead zone'
Rainy nights, deadly streets: Winter months see spike in pedestrian fatalities
B.C. government seeks public input on electoral reform referendum
Horgan calls experts to offer cabinet insight on Site C
BC Ferries vehicle traffic highest ever this summer
Federal strategy punts affordability crisis to city hall
A defence of coalition governments - in B.C. and beyond
Osoyoos Indian Band generates more revenue than it receives from federal government
The budding bromance between B.C. and Ottawa may require cash
Metro Vancouver politicians to discuss housing affordability near transit
Even after the Mount Polley disaster, B.C. dams are still being build without approval: activist
Construction Unions Pressing for Completion of Site C
Metro Vancouver prepares for possible flooding during imminent king tides
Why John Horgan and the NDP might want to engineer a spring election in B.C.
Vancouver households may pay more for garbage, water, and sewer in 2018, plus higher property taxes

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