Wednesday, November 29, 2017

Victoria Viewpoints: Wednesday, November 29, 2017

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

B.C. slams Ottawa's defence of Trans Mountain pipeline expansion
Police uniforms, vehicles no longer allowed in Vancouver Pride parade
Police uniforms barred from 2018 Vancouver Pride parade
Future of Vancouver's golf courses up for review in 25 year parks plan
Woman concerned over 'stream' of homeless sleeping in Vancouver backyard
Passenger Transportation Board holding public hearings before deciding if Greyhound can leave northern B.C.
'Working poor' and homeless get transitional housing
In midst of plenty, need for food banks still high
Patients' rights violated in B.C. mental health detention system, report says
Businesses eligible for more wildfire financial assistance
'It's a joke': Burnaby residents scoff at Kinder Morgan first-aid kits
Port Coquitlam Mayor Greg Moore announces he won't be seeking re-election
B.C. Attorney General orders ICBC to investigate claims linked to casino-money laundering probe
It seems transparent that NDP fails neutral sniff test
Sample of B.C. farmed salmon 'blood water' tests positive for virus: critic
NDP and Greens stack the deck in referendum vote
Salmon farms spewing untreated bloodwater puts wild fish at risk: advocates
NDP, Greens unite to support electoral reform ahead of vote; Liberals opposed
Get informed on referendum
Bonanza surpluses coming to an end
Many ministries could be the ministry of health
B.C. Hydro selling Jordan River property
B.C. to implement longer prohibitions for dangerous drivers
Ottawa adds 'kick in guts' to wildfire disaster for B.C. couple
Uniformed police won't be allowed to march in Vancouver's Pride Parade
Some radical ideas to deliver affordable homes in B.C.'s pricey Lower Mainland
Calgary and Vancouver are, on average, Canada's most indebted major cities: report
Vancouver plan to build 72,000 new homes - and maybe restrict  foreign owners - approved
B.C. to extend pilot project for search and rescue drones
As long as people say 'not in my backyard,' homelessness will keep growing: Surrey advocate
Ottawa seeks conflict resolution panel for Trans Mountain pipeline project
Kelowna getting homeless complex
NDP and Greens band together on B.C.'s proportionals representation referendum 
Rising apartment rents leaving a growing gap between Vancouver tenants
Vancouver Pride Society makes decision on police participation in 2018 parade
Vancouver-based Indigenous HIV organization uses Aboriginal AIDS Awareness Week to highlight funding cuts
Peace Valley landowner association lawyer alleges that B.C. Hydro wants to re-open Site C review
Like failed promise to end homelessness, Vancouver will not meet Greenest City 2020 target
Vancouver city councillors coy about 2018 election plans
Surplus Down But NDP has Hopes for Growth
A BC without Site C Best Bet for Taxpayers

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