Thursday, November 23, 2017

Victoria Viewpoints: Thursday, November 23, 2017

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

Vancouver tables 10 year plan to address housing crisis
B.C. Legislature committee to review future of ride-hailing services
B.C. Attorney General considering caps on accident payouts at public insurer
Dianne Watts is losing her advantage in BC Liberal leadership race
Charities struggle to find enough volunteers in Vancouver
Peace region 911 callers urged to provide exact addresses after dispatch moves 1,000 km away
BC Lottery Corp given more oversight to monitor casinos amid review
Vancouver unveils new housing strategy for the next decade
B.C. Interior teacher's association passes non-confidence motion in school board and superintendent
B.C. Hydro says utilities watchdog underestimated benefits of Site C
Victoria gives BCLC more teeth to regulate B.C. casinos
NDP pushes electoral reform, but keeping an 'open' mind
Vancouver's housing strategy aims for 'transformation' of residential neighbourhoods
National housing strategy not as 'life-changing' as advertised
B.C. government invites public to help shape voting system referendum
Province backtracks on commuter rail study for E & N
Critic grills minister over hydro costs
BC NDP referendum plan sparks legislature battle
Site C allows more wind, solar energy, experts say
Churchill students plan to rally to support Marpole modular housing
Public asked to weigh in on B.C.'s proportional representation referendum

The culture problem undermining special education
Vancouver households may pay more for garbage, water, and sewer in 2018, plus higher property taxes

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