Monday, November 13, 2017

Victoria Viewpoints: November 11 to 13, 2017

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

Impaired driving changes could unfairly punish medical cannabis users, lawyers say
Developer to revises controversial project proposal in Vancouver's Chinatown
Academics assess Gordon Campbell's run as B.C. Premier in new book
Ferry service resumes but thousands on Vancouver island still without power
Still a bumpy road along the West Coast's 'green highway'
Former administrator leads sexual harassment complaint against B.C. university
B.C. protesters vow to continue fish-farm demonstration amid court action
Man charged with killing B.C. police officer had an expired gun licence
B.C. grapples with fate of Site C dam as ministers head north for consultations
Chinese real estate portal says investment in Vancouver 'flat as a pancake'
Surrey Christmas Bureau already seeing high demand as holiday season approaches
Vancouver's persistent rat problem may have a solution, thanks to an SFU professor
Struggling with the cost of rent? It's not just Vancouver
Workshops train 450 people how to respond to overdoses
Gulf Island beavers temporarily saved from euthanization
Protesters vow to continue B.C. fish farm protest amid court action
B.C. grapples with future of Site C, as Premier Horgan sends ministers north
Foreign buyers overlooking Vancouver, heading to Seattle at 'frenetic' pace
City looks to learn from Marpole modular housing backlash
Blob is gone, but not forgotten for scientists studying decline in B.C. fish stocks
Marine Harvest seeks injunction to remove protesters from Midsummer Island salmon farm
Premier denies Kelowna being shut out
Labour unions make their case to build Site C dam
Report suggests Greater Victoria headed for another real estate boom
Dam decision a big test for NDP
Candlelight vigil for Constable John Davidson to be held in Abbotsford on Monday night
Real estate is bigger in B.C.'s economy than oil is in Alberta's, but here's the thing
Vancouver City Council considers expanding bike share system
Fish farm protesters near Port McNeil handed eviction notice ahead of injunction hearings
Petition started to change Abbotsford street name to honour fallen Constable John Davidson
Odd Squad celebrates 20 years since debuting Through a Blue Lens
Open letter to Premier John Horgan, cabinet ministers and other MLA's about the Site C dam
Let's make 2018 the year to end poverty

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