Friday, August 4, 2017

Victoria Viewpoints: Friday, August 4, 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 

The B.C. Liberals look to a future after Christy Clark
B.C. Human Rights Commission to be restored after 15-year absence
Don't count out BC NDP approving TransMountain, Site C
MLA says Christy Clark overstated caucus' desire for her to remain party leader
Police watchdog to investigate after man injured during arrest in Nanaimo
B.C. to reinstate human rights commission after 15 years
Mount Polley mine disaster: 3 years later concerns still remain
Smoke lingers over parts of B.C., some relief for South Coast Saturday
NDP to probe lack of charges in Mount Polley mine failure
Meet Scott Fraser, B.C.'s new Indigenous relations minister
B.C. tightens restrictions on three regions in face of wildfires
Rush review of Site C included tighter restrictions
B.C. utilities commission has tough job in short time frame
Trudeaus dazzle crowd in Victoria, and PM delves into local issues
Clark's race comes to an end
Liberal MLA confirms he threatened to quit party if Christy Clark stayed leader
B.C. announces restoration of Human Rights Commission
'It just makes people cynical:' Green leader pans NDP  $500 a head golf fundraiser
Former School Board Chair Patti Bacchus to sit out Vancouver byelections
B.C.'s illicit drug overdose numbers continue to rise; almost four deaths each day
Off road vehicles banned in B.C. backcountry due to fire risk
B.C. state of emergency extended to August 18 due to wildfire situation
No conflict of interest on Shawnigan Lake Review as Government OKed it, Rules professional body
B.C. NDP government announces re-establishment of B.C. Human Rights Commission
Patti Bacchus will not run for Vancouver Council or school Board in October
Horgan hosting $500 a head golf fundraiser at Bear Mountain; Weaver teed off

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