Tuesday, November 7, 2017

Victoria Viewpoints: Monday, November 6, 2017

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

Abbotsford Officer death

Abbotsford police office dies after shooting
'He will always be my hero': Police officer shot to death in Abbotsford
'Hero' Abbotsford police officer dead after strip-mall shootout
Abbotsford police officer killed in shootout
Abbotsford police officer shot and killed in line of duty
'Just unimaginable': How the death of an officer affects the police community
Police light the way for fallen Abbotsford officer's body along Highway 1
'There are no words': Abbotsford community holds quiet vigil for fallen police officer
'We are filled with grief': Premier among those offering condolences to Abbotsford following shooting

BC NDP details financial challenges amid May election
BC Court to hear constitutional debate over polygamy law
Disputed Vancouver project to house homeless will proceed, mayor says
British Columbia to increase penalties for distracted drivers next year
Study finds 'appalling' death rate among young Indigenous drug users in B.C.
Fraser Health urges public to 'start the conversation' on drug abuse
City of Vancouver rejects proposed Chinatown condo at 105 Keefer Street
'Extremely close to being gone forever': B.C. fisheries manager says feds failing Interior steelhead
Kamloops mayor concerned about recent rise in gun crime
Residents protest proposed homeless housing project in Vancouver's Marpole neighbourhood
B.C. parent survey shows schools regularly exclude special needs students
Squamish Nation challenging B.C.'s approval of Kinder Morgan project in court
B.C. needs a full public inquiry into fracking, coalition says
Campbell River launches new internet network to woo technology business
B.C.'s distracted drivers to get hit with higher insurance premiums
Chinatown condo tower project rejected by city - again
B.C. to crack down, boost insurance penalties on distracted drivers
Unionized trades boss pitches Site C behind the scenes at NDP conference
Site C should be completed
Government sends a message distracted driving will be costly
Asia trade mission will strengthen Victoria tourism, local economy: mayor
The limits of Indigenous rights
NDP Convention turns into Victory Celebration
Singh Backs BC NDP on Kinder Morgan
Parent's Survey Shows Schools Excluding Kids with Special Needs
City Board rejects Chinatown condo development
Marpole residents protest modular housing complex for homeless
What happens when people can't afford to work in Vancouver?
Province hopes $2,000 fines will get distracted drivers' attention
How to keep young people from leaving Vancouver
Proposed condo tower for 105 Keefer in Vancouver's Chinatown defeated for 5th time

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