Monday, November 20, 2017

Victoria Viewpoints: Monday, November 20, 2017

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

B.C.'s upcoming referendum on electoral reform will stand, Attorney-General says
Doctor's at B.C. hospital question why police eavesdrop on suspects in ER
Vancouver's housing and opioid crises are linked, says addictions expert
Grand Forks considers year round homeless shelter
Comox Valley boil water notice expected to last days
Warm, wet weather forecast brings heightened risk for B.C. avalanches
Winter 2018 will be colder than last year, but forecasters split on how bad it will get
Do NDP respond to half a billion in uncollected fraudsters penalties
Waffling Watts under fire in B.C. Liberal leadership fight
B.C. refers expensive drug to special committee for coverage
Brace  yourself for the 'classic' Canadian winter: meteorologist
Mike Smyth: Here's my Site C prediction
B.C. Liberal leadership debate focuses on Vancouver Island
Premier asks for re-do on Highway 14 study
Wet Weather expected for much of coastal B.C.
China a better partner than U.S.
ICBC overbilling for crash repairs not the problem, dealers say
What the B.C. government should do about the housing crisis
Vancouver School Board hires new superintendent

B.C. wildfire evacuee says scammers used his address to claim relief funds
B.C. couple accuses realtor of double-dealing, secretly representing both buyer and seller
City of Kelowna takes legal action against medical marijuana dispensaries
Vernon neighbourhood divided over supportive housing
B.C. government approves coverage of expensive drug Soliris on case-by-case basis
B.C. will get lots of snow this winter but Metro Vancouver won't be hit hard like last year

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A Vancouver parable: False prophets, Green illusions and Vanishing neighbourhoods

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