Wednesday, August 2, 2017

Victoria Viewpoints: Wednesday, August 2, 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 

B.C. NDP asks independent panel to decide fate of Site C dam project
Nanaimo City Council needs lessons in manners, report says
No provincial charges in 2014 Mount Polley dam collapse in B.C.
New evacuation orders in B.C. Interior as large wildfires grow
B.C. Solicitor General vows to expand restorative justice
B.C. asks utilities commission to review $8.8 billion Site C dam mega project
Site C review leaves door open to mothball entire project
NDP government sends Site C dam for independent review
Premier Horgan under pressure to kill the Site C dam
Site C future uncertain after call for project review
Nanaimo voters deserve better
ICBC cash grab should ding speeders
Public Health and the new BC Government
'Take your blinkers off': fired LNG advocate Gordon Wilson defends his tenure
Developer argues Metro Vancouver towers are getting too tall
Mount Polley tailings pond spill won't result in provincial charges
Christy Clark's departure strengthen's NDP grip on power
BC NDP refers $8.8B Site C dam project to BC Utilities Commission
No BC charges in Mount Polley Disaster as Investigation misses deadline
Alexandra Morton launches Second Seaborne Offensive against Salmon Farms
Andrew Weaver applauds NDP government's referral of Site C dam to B.C. Utilities Commission

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