Tuesday, November 14, 2017

Victoria Viewpoints: Tuesday, November 14, 2017

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

Vancouver to limit short-term Airbnb rentals in bid to free up housing
Drug users, first responders share stories from front lines of B.C.'s overdose crisis
Canada doesn't need to fight every wildfire
Ferries rerouted, kindergarteners temporarily stranded as wind whips B.C.'s south coast
Kinder Morgan appeals to energy regulator over Trans Mountain Pipeline extension
Proposed Texada Island-Comox ferry service would cut hours from island's commute
Old drawings could assist new earthquake plan at the B.C. Legislature
Vancouver Council approves regulations on short term rentals
B.C. doctors ask province to consider ban on growing pot at home
River Rock Casino files court challenge of document release to Postmedia
Pot legislation likely to tie up B.C. cabinet this spring
Vancouver should abandon costly bike share program when contract is up
Twenty years later Reena Virks's family hopeful her death wasn't in vain
Fish farm protestors ordered to leave site
A housing target that just needs a plan
Turn around toxic hospital
Dozens pay tribute to murdered Victoria teen Reena Virk
U.S. Lumber dispute drives B.C.'s latest trade effort in Asia
Site C exposes economic folly of flooding farmland
Vancouver council votes to legalize and regulate Airbnb and other short-term rentals
Renting homes OK, but not secondary suites
Much ado about Twitter at City Hall meeting
Andrea Reimer wants the NPA to show her the money
Dozens of elementary school students were stranded atop Grouse Mountain due to high winds
Andrea Reimer, Vancouver councillor, faces eviction in city with vacancy rate near zero
Flaws in BCUC Site C report expected to be revealed in new study
City to review whether Casa Mia, iconic Vancouver mansion, can become a seniors' facility

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