Friday, August 11, 2017

Victoria Viewpoints: Friday, August 11, 2017

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

BC Wildfire emergency in Cariboo/Interior

An archive of notes from the BC wildfires 

In B.C. and Alberta, regulators show signs of overcoming patio paranoia
Why LNG remains a coveted green solution
B.C. government removes majority of board overseeing Port Mann Bridge
Squamish paramedics want to add to B.C.'s air ambulance toolbox
Concerns about integrity of public health-care system prompt audits in B.C.
B.C.'s impending Kinder Morgan challenge is another straw on a very beleaguered camel
Four of five members on board overseeing Port Mann bridge tolls removed
Alberta could retaliate against B.C. over Trans Mountain, but it could get very ugly observers say
How to bungle a termination
Multi-pronged attack launched in B.C.'s pipeline politics
B.C.'s pipeline showdown begins
Human rights back on the agenda
Public banned from backcountry in the Cariboo due to wildfire risk
NEB approves Northeastern BC pipeline expansion project
Lack of affordable housing in the Okanagan being called a crisis
Tyee story on Translink data sharing with police prompts provincial investigation
Dining with Deputy Ministers for $275 a plate
LGBT health organizations ask B.C. government to cover HIV prevention drugs
B.C. Green Party leader questions NDP's 'no' to photo radar
'John whisperers' may be dispensable in party of smiles

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