BC Green Party sought cash from developer, despite calling for campaign finance reform – The Globe and Mail

www.theglobeandmail.com/news/british-columbia/bc-green-party-sought-cash-from-developer-despite-calling-for-campaign-finance-reform/article35069680/
While BC Green Party Leader Andrew Weaver was insisting he was the only one of the three leaders running in the recent provincial election with “clean hands” when it came to campaign donations, his party was hitting up a prominent member of the Vancouver development community and major BC Liberal Party donor for a $30,000 contribution.
The Greens confirmed the overture occurred but said the person, whom they refused to name, turned them down. The party said it approached “three or four” people about the possibility of donating up to this amount.

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Questions about Vancouver’s position on natural gas?The City's Climate Policy Manager, Matt Horne, has the…

Posted by City of Vancouver – Local Government on Thursday, May 18, 2017

Questions about Vancouver’s position on natural gas?
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Richmond farmhouse size saga ends with ‘compromise’

www.richmond-news.com/news/richmond-farmhouse-size-saga-ends-with-compromise-1.20043790
After months of consultation and four, marathon public meetings in as many weeks, the City of Richmond has finally set the limit on house sizes on agricultural land at 10,764 square-feet.
However, unlike Monday night’s six-hour, packed public hearing — which ended at 1 a.m. the next day — Wednesday’s continuation of the same culminated with veteran councillor and farmer Harold Steves walking out of the meeting in protest.

Trudeau reiterates support for Trans Mountain pipeline on B.C. visit – British Columbia – CBC News

www.cbc.ca/news/canada/british-columbia/trudeau-trans-mountain-bc-visit-1.4125180
Prime Minister Justin Trudeau says he’ll work with British Columbia and Alberta to move ahead with his government’s agenda of creating jobs while transitioning toward a lower-carbon economy.
Trudeau was asked on Friday about the possibility that B.C. could wind up with a government that opposes the Trans Mountain pipeline expansion. He suggested that the province’s NDP and Greens, who oppose the project, are “wrong” in their position.

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