Tuesday, August 8, 2017

Victoria Viewpoints: Tuesday, August 8, 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 

BC Liberals' new leader should be an outsider, former politician says
Indigenous heritage not a trump card in child adoption, B.C. court rules
B.C. Premier apologizes to fired LNG advocate after falsely claiming he did little work
B.C. axes tuition fees for adult education, English language courses
Lightning, dry conditions spark 28 new B.C. wildfires in less than two days
Indigenous heritage doesn't overrule other factors in adoption, says B.C. court
'Alarm bells would be going off': Greenpeace report on U.S. pipeline leaks raises concerns in Canada
Premier John Horgan apologizes for saying former LNG advocate Gordon Wilson did no work
No more tuition fees for adult basic education or English language learning in B.C.
Charity serving homeless in Grand Forks defies city ordered closure
'You never know': Former Surrey Mayor Dianne Watts mulling BC Liberal leadership run
Fired LNG advocate Gordon Wilson not ruling out legal action
Vancouver city councillor clarifies comments about rounding-up drug users for treatment
NDP makes good on adult education, apologizes for Wilson gaffe
Premier John Horgan apologizes to fired LNG advocate Gordon Wilson
Nigerian refugee 'really, really' happy B.C. makes adult basic education and ESL free again
Time to give teeth to B.C.'s Representative for Children and Youth
In Gordon Wilson saga, B.C. politics as nasty as ever
Fill Government jobs on merit
Sea Shepherd Documents Wild Fish Trapped in BC Salmon Farm
NDP Government restores funding for Adult Ed and English Language Courses
How will Christy Clark spend her political retirement?
Translink increasingly sharing riders' personal information, travel with police
Fees for adult education, English-language training scrapped

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