Sunday, November 5, 2017

Victoria Viewpoints: Saturday/Sunday, November 4 & 5, 2017

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

BC Greens push NDP for crackdown on dozens of unregulated dams
BC Liberal leadership debate covers rural issues, opioid crisis
Closed BC interior sawmill adds to local woes
Controversial condo decision in Vancouver's Chinatown may be 'unprecedented'
Crack's in Site C project's future emerge as Horgan questions if it's in B.C.'s 'best interests'
Federal NDP leader witnesses opioid overdose crisis, calls for more decriminalization
Should historic racism against Chinese-Canadians be enough to kill new Chinatown condo?
Tough decisions ahead, B.C. premier tells NDP convention
City of Vancouver opens warming centres, shelters due to frigid conditions
Premier's office promised to Prince George by B.C. Liberal leadership hopefuls
NDP won't have to count on accountability until 2019
Horgan warns celebratory B.C. NDP convention of tough decisions ahead
Can Vancouver achieve 100 per cent renewable energy?
B.C. Liberal leadership candidates debate rural development, opioid crisis
A gut call is coming on future of B.C.
Energy issues face NDP leaders John Horgan, Jagmeet Singh
NDP leader Jagmeet Singh says drug addictions are social justice, not criminal justice, matters
Horgan says decision on ending Daylight Saving Time in B.C. will come 'when it's appropriate'
Justin Trudeau and John Horgan offer best wishes to Sikh community on anniversary of Guru Nanak's birthday

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