Wednesday, November 1, 2017

Victoria Viewpoints: Wednesday, November 1, 2017

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

B.C.'s massive Site C dam project could run 50 per cent over budget: commission
Alberta joins Kinder Morgan in dispute with Burnaby over Trans Mountain
Human remains found on B.C. Farm confirmed to be those of missing teen
Supreme Court to rule on B.C. resort slated to be built on sacred Indigenous land
Foreign buyers not swayed by 15-per-cent housing tax, data show
BC NDP both applauded and warned about proposed municipal election financing rules
Remains found on B.C. farm ID'd as missing teen Traci Genereaux
Brrr! Arctic front tracks across B.C. dropping temps, bringing snow
B. C. radiologists questionable work missed due to poor communication, privacy concerns, report finds
B.C. government hires engineer to lead review of Massey Tunnel bridge project
ICBC to be audited after reports some shops inflate repair costs
Recovery managers hired to aid B.C. wildfire relief efforts
Underemployment and Low Wages continue to burden immigrants
B.C. real estate sales to foreign nationals still concentrated in Metro Vancouver despite extra tax
Vancouver heritage advisers to review new proposals to demolish two historic Gastown hotels
B.C. NDP government appoints engineer Stan Cowdell to review George Massey Tunnel

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