Wednesday, May 17, 2017

Victoria Viewpoints: Wednesday, May 17, 2017

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

BC Green leader Andrew Weaver prepares for face off against Christy Clark
Vancouver-region foreign buyers tax does note violate rights, province says
B.C. voters prepared for electoral reform debate, former referendum chair says
Vancouver's first Indigenous fashion week to celebrate 'cultural appreciation'
Rising B.C. river levels still causing problems for southern interior
Vancouver's new tent city to stay; judge dismisses injunction application
Environmental lawyers ask court to squash Surrey coal transfer facility
Andrew Weaver keeping all options open in new role of B.C. political kingmaker
Vancouver City council adopts traffic congestion plan
B.C. Liberals deny using taxpayers' money to fund partisan ads
Streets of Merritt flooded after Nicola River bursts banks
Weaver takes shots at 'reckless' B.C. Liberal environmental record
For Greens, proportional representation is non-negotiable
Steve Darling not ruling out return to media following political defeat
More twists ahead for Trans Mountain as B.C. Green leader pledges to fight project
Forcing Trans Mountain through could make things ugly for Trudeau. Not building it might be worse
Weaver criticizes 'reckless' B.C. Liberals, but willing to talk
NDP cool to Liberals, romances Greens amid election uncertainty
Notley says B.C. has no authority over pipelines
Liberal 'Gerrymandering' handed them election win: Analyst
Unaffordable cities, look to Quality public Housing in Vienna
You have two weeks to Save electoral reform
City of Vancouver asks citizens for input regarding new civic logo design

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