VibrantVictoria.ca | Archive for Politics

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VibrantVictoria.ca | Archive for Politics

VibrantVictoria.ca’s local, provincial and national political headlines.

For the latest on politics in or affecting Victoria and the capital region, refer to VibrantVictoria.ca’s discussion forum’s

sub-forum.

  • Elizabeth May officially re-opens third Green Party campaign office

  • Savoie rival Causton opens Victoria campaign office

  • Regionalization, transparency and financial tightening key to Victoria’s future: Paul Brown

  • Victoria MP hosts service expo at Cook St. Village

  • Bridge plan to be revealed at special council meeting

  • VibrantVictoria’s 2010 year in review part I

  • Regional mayors host 2011 City Hall levees

  • Vander Zalm brings HST battle to Saanich

  • Voting irregularities reported across Victoria

  • Cycling Coalition recants misleading bridge flyer

  • Hobbis campaign connects with BC’s first telephone town hall meeting

  • City of Victoria releases “Victoria Votes 2010″ iPhone app

  • Zoning zaniness: Harris Green’s parking zoning

  • Six candidates already in the running for lone council seat

  • Council unanimous in downzoning marina site

  • Council likes “no camping” bylaw

  • Veteran Councillor loses downtown portfolio

  • Council drafting ‘no boulevard camping’ bylaw

  • City Council says ‘cheers’ to Bay Street brewpub

  • Needle Exhange to Johnson Street?

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