Wednesday, November 22, 2017

Victoria Viewpoints: November 22, 2017

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

B.C. welcomes new funds for social housing and urge Ottawa to act quickly
Horgan warns against overtaxing burgeoning cannabis industry
John Horgan invites experts to cabinet for Site C debate
Federal government contributes $100-million to wildlife relief efforts: Horgan
Quesnel to put needle disposal boxes in public washrooms
Will Canada's first national housing strategy make a difference in B.C.
Williams Lake City councillor worries time running out to salvage B.C.'s wildfire damaged timber
'It's their problem': urban deer cull pits Cranbrook against province
Victoria housing strategy eases supply shortage
As Vancouver election looms, Coun. George Affleck leaves politics
Queen of Nanaimo becomes third ship given new life in Fiji
Finance Minister instructs securities commission to improve collections
Mungall's all in on fracking review, but not moratorium
New federal housing plan requires big provincial buy-in
Horgan, Helps laud $40 billion federal plan for affordable housing
Education minister blasts Chilliwack school trustee on gender issues
Federal help for B.C. wildfire recovery on way
B.C. cemeteries, lacking land, are stacking and scattering ashes in garden: architect
Protestors claim Penticton Indian Band by-election is illegal
Federal Housing Policy 'Step in right Direction,' says Horgan
Washington Governor touts Vancouver-Portland high speed Rail
Little change to child poverty in BC
Program Helping Indigenous Parents Undersubscribed, says Provider
Let Seniors Have Discounted rides on Ferries, says Watts
A tale of Three Mega Dams and Why Site C could face the axe

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