Sunday, November 26, 2017

Victoria Viewpoints: Saturday/Sunday, November 25 & 26, 2017

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

Jake Shearer incident off Bella Bella

Heiltsuk First Nation monitoring vessel in distress situation off Bella Bella  NCR
Coast Guard takes command of stranded fuel barge incident near Bella Bella
Efforts continue to rescue fuel barge southwest of Bella Bella
Tug and fuel barge in distress off Central Coast
Fuel laden barge stranded near Bella Bella
Canadian Coast Guard on scene as fuel-loaded barge splits away from tug in Queen Charlotte Sound
Barge carrying fuel in distress off B.C. coast near Bella Bella
Fuel barge 'emergency' off B.C coast renews concerns
Fuel barge breaks free from tug south of Bella Bella in gale force winds

Three mull bids to run against Vancouver Mayor Gregor Robertson
B.C. city, homeless agree to work together to address safety concerns
B.C. Health Minister Adrian Dix faces a drug-funding dilemma
City of Maple Ridge reaches agreement with 'Anita's Place' Homeless camp
Okanagan Indigenous leaders win environmental award
B.C. paramedics raise concerns as construction near VGH continues
City of Vancouver wants ideas on how to deal with trash from single-use items
Website attacking waffling Dianne Watts is a symptom of the problems besetting B.C. Liberals
Jobs, Trade and Technology Minister Bruce Raltson honours victims of famine and genocide in
Wilderness Committee honours Stewart Phillip and Joan Phillip with Eugene Rogers Environmental Award
"What will happen to me?" Vancouver tenants gather at union convention
'Everyone deserves something:' Provincially-funded funerals on the rise
First Nation near Port Alberni worried about future as Somass River floods again
Maple Ridge reaches agreement on safety issues at homeless camp
Housing crisis can't wait 10 years for national strategy to unfold, say protestors at Vancouver rally
Pilot study looks a health effects of fracking on pregnant women in northeast B.C.
Vancouver's new housing strategy shapes next election's ballot box question
Transitional Housing for homeless people set to open on Victoria's Yates Street
Big referendum details are 'hard-wired'
B.C. needs to improve Justice System funding

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