Thursday, November 16, 2017

Victoria Viewpoints: Thursday, November 16, 2017

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

BC business group hikes 2017 outlook for second time this year
BC NDP looks to federal government to help fund childcare plan
Horgan pushes Trudeau to help foot $750 million wildfire bill
'These are bigger': Translink launches double decker bus pilot project
Researchers hope to harness ocean's power to light remote BC communities
RCMP in Kamloops run risk of burning out officers, police association says
Letter suggests killing Site C is not NDP's preference
Few clues to feds' housing strategy after Horgan meets Trudeau, then developers in Vancouver
Horgan pushes Trudeau to pay its share of 750 million wildfire bill
Greens lay out alternatives for B.C. Hydro
Huge salvage job ahead in BC Forests
MLAs unanimous on B.C. wildfire recovery
B.C Hydro spins a yarn on infrastructure projects
NPA walkout makes history at City Hall
18 per cent of Vancouverites living in substandard housing
Beedie decision reveals times have changed in Vancouver
Proportional representation will provide balance, not extremism
Why is Bill Tieleman afraid of democracy
'Red Flag' raised: Study finds possible fracking risk to pregnant BC women
'Sickening': First Nations left empty-handed as environmentalist pressure kills B.C. energy projects
BC government considers extending foreign buyers tax beyond Metro Vancouver Premier
More Okanagan fruit growers to be blocked from hiring Mexican workers
NDP government still has questions for BCUC following Site C review
Pot talk to dominate spring session in Victoria
Township of Langley councillor wants new rules for elected officials bidding on city contracts
BC maintains AAA credit rating under new government

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