Premier Christy Clark, along with Energy Minister Bill Bennett, congratulating the women leading the Site C clean energy project, BC Hydro CEO Jessica McDonald and Executive Vice-President Susan Yurkovich.
Advanced Education Minister Amrik Virk has made the following statement following a letter to Trinity Western University's president outlining the decision of the minister to revoke approval for the university's proposed school of law.
Minister of Children and Family Development Stephanie Cadieux has issued the following statement in response to the release of the Representative for Children and Youth's report that reviews residential placements for children in care:
The Government of British Columbia is contributing $250,000 through BC Wheelchair Sports toward developing the Paralympic component of the Richmond Olympic Experience (ROX) - an exciting new legacy of the Vancouver 2010 Olympic and Paralympic Winter Games.
On behalf of the Government of British Columbia, Community, Sport and Cultural Development Minister Coralee Oakes offered warm congratulations to the District of Port Edward and Pacific NorthWest LNG (PNW LNG) for signing an agreement-in-principle that would define municipal property taxation benefits for the municipality over the next 25 years.
The Chief Inspector of Mines for British Columbia has approved an amendment to the Mount Polley Mine Corporation Mines Act permit to allow the company to begin repairs of the breach in its tailings storage facility dam.
A review by the province’s Gaming Policy and Enforcement Branch (GPEB) has
determined that former BC Lottery Corporation chief executive officer Michael Graydon doesnot presently need to be registered as a gaming worker in his new role as CEO of PV Hospitality.
New West Partnership (NWP) Premiers Brad Wall (Saskatchewan), Christy Clark (British Columbia) and Jim Prentice (Alberta) met with industry leaders to explore ways to improve the long-term efficiency, reliability, and competitiveness of Western Canada’s transportation system.
Young people considering what skills they will need for tomorrow’s in-demand occupations will have an interactive, hands-on experience at WorkBC’s Find Your Fit tour stop at the CN Roundhouse and Conference Centre in Squamish on Dec. 16 & 17.
Grocery stores will be able to stock 100% B.C. wine on their shelves as early as April 1, 2015, creating new opportunities for B.C. wineries, supporting B.C.’s home-grown economy and addressing calls for added convenience from consumers.
Today marked the official opening of the Hope Centre, a new 25-unit development in the District of Sooke, providing more affordable housing options for Aboriginal youth and adults who are homeless or at risk of homelessness.
Five local workers, community members and tourists will benefit from a snowmobile trail restoration project in the Green Lake area, as a result of more than $72,000 in provincial Job Creation Partnership funding.
The Treaty 8 Tribal Association is receiving nearly $134,000 in B.C. government funding to undertake a labour market study that will help its members take advantage of regional economic development opportunities, including liquefied natural gas.
“This morning a computer virus caused by a malicious file attachment has infected the government’s email servers. As soon as we became aware of the issue, we took immediate steps to mitigate the exposure to the government network and protect against the loss of information.
Over the past nine weeks, the Government of B.C. has heard from thousands of British Columbians online and in face-to-face meetings as we gathered input for the province’s new 10-year transportation plan.