Thursday, May 18, 2017

Victoria Viewpoints: Thursday, May 18, 2017

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

Vancouver Mayor says B.C. Liberal majority could impede transit plans
Streamlined injection-site conditions become law
Emily Carr University president to retire after campus relocation to East Vancouver
Alberta regulator to review Greenpeace's Kinder Morgan IPO challenge
B.C. parties leave door open to electoral reform without a referendum
B.C. government wants to resolve foreign buyers tax lawsuit without full trial
Bill to make it easier to create supervised drug-consumption sites becomes law
Trudeau continues west coast tech tour in Vancouver
Losing NDP candidate blames party infighting for result
B.C. Greens would get less money, more perks, with official party status
Terrace radiologist who made hundreds of mistakes facing two more reviews
New real estate taxes only created new problems
A B.C. government whistleblower steps from the shadows
Greens demand big changes
Who is the hostage in pipeline issue?
BC Liberals' Housing Plan Worsens Affordability Crisis: CMHC Head
New Government Should End BC Hydro, ICBC Shell Games
Compromise plan for Vancouver's new hospital district approved
Democracy should trump a pipeline
Justin Trudeau visits Washington governor, Microsoft, and EA before Liberal fundraiser in Vancouver

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