Oof the BC Leg is off to a slow start this year. We look at the bills before the legislature and the private members bills, including one that has an above average chance of becoming a law.
Then we look at the loophole left by Strata changes in the fall, some new money for communities and protections for forests, and a court win for governments that want to take stuff from the Hell’s Angels.
The real news of the week was John Rustad joining the Conservatives and RCMP Commissioner Brenda Lucki saying so long.
We’ll talk about the Emergencies Act Inquiry next week.
- BC official fossil possible
- BC housing: Pregnant woman’s age restriction challenges | CityNews Vancouver
- Jill Atkey tweet
- Strata corporations across B.C. look at 55+ restriction in wake of new rental legislation – Mission City Record
- B.C. building stronger communities with $1-billion Growing Communities Fund | BC Gov News
- B.C. introduces new measures on old growth, innovation, forest stewardship | BC Gov News
- B.C. expands old-growth logging deferral to 2.1 million hectares, promises greater First Nations collaboration | CBC News
- B.C. Premier Eby and federal ministers discuss bilateral health agreements – The Globe and Mail
- Premiers agree to accept Ottawa’s health care funding proposal – The Globe and Mail
- B.C. Court of Appeal orders seizure of 3 Hells Angels clubhouses | CBC News
- BC Conservative gloating
- Ex-B.C. Liberal MLA John Rustad crosses floor to join B.C. Conservatives | CBC News
- Our Platform – Conservative Party of BC
- A New Brand & Website!
- RCMP Commissioner Brenda Lucki announces her retirement just days ahead of ‘Freedom Convoy’ report
- Emergencies Act inquiry to release final report tomorrow | CBC News