Wednesday, November 15, 2017

Victoria Viewpoints: Wednesday, November 15, 2017

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

B.C. construction workers plead for Site C dam project to proceed
Tenants of Vancouver apartment buildings join forces in opposing evictions
B.C. First Nation says it has created world-class oil spill response plan
Coroner, First Nations urge B.C. to act on high number of youth deaths
The City of Vancouver wants your feedback on these 5 transportation projects
City bike share program expanding to East Vancouver
Marpole students raise voices in support of neighbourhood modular housing project
Response plan for missing Indigenous women and girls being developed in Fort St. John
'I'm still cold': Homeless underwhelmed by plan to build new housing in Prince Rupert after winter ends
Court orders end to occupation of B.C. Fish Farm, pending hearing
Migrating seniors add big expenses to B.C's health care bill, report argues
Longtime NDPers say Site C past point of no return
B.C. should pay more attention to South Korea
Seaspan LNG conversion set for Victoria shipyards
Indigenous Walk of Fame eyed for Victoria
Indigenous youth deaths preventable, B.C. coroner says
Site C dam benefits undersold, consultant says
Abbotsford police officer John Davidson's celebration of life: details
B.C. First Nations youth twice as likely as non-Indigenous peers
Seniors heading west are saddling B.C. with over $7B in health care costs: Fraser Institute
David Eby: BC Liberals said ICBC had an $11M deficit, but it was really $1B
Building trades union group calls regulators' Site C report 'fundamentally flawed'
City of Penticton wants piece of funding pie for modular housing
'I'm not afraid': Marpole students speak out in favour of modular housing
Vancouver high rise to segregate entrances for condo owners and social housing residents
Councillor Andrea Reimer says she's been evicted for the 11th time
NPA opposition to short-term rental rules around Airbnb could yield benefits
International addiction expert Johann Hari says Vancouver should be proud of Downtown Eastside
BC Supreme Court orders end to Fish Farm Occupation
Protestors pose as Burnaby Now reporters at Trudeau press conference
City considers bike lane on Cambie Bridge

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