The Province has signed a community forest agreement with the City of Williams Lake and the Williams Lake Indian Band, enhancing economic opportunities and forest stewardship in the Central Cariboo, Forests.
Are you a B.C. resident attending a full-time fine arts degree or diploma program this fall? The BC Arts Council Scholarship program is ready to receive applications now from young British Columbians seeking world-class opportunities to study the arts.
Advanced Education Minister Amrik Virk joined faculty, staff and students to mark the beginning of construction of a new $30-million trades training centre at Camosun College with a formal ground breaking.
The Province is accepting bids on a new woodlot licence near Wonowon, 83 kilometres northwest of Fort St. John, in a move that will generate new job opportunities across the region, Minister of Forests, Lands and Natural Resource Operations Steve Thomson announced today.
As the last of 23 face-to-face discussions wrap up in Victoria, the online comments, community group sessions and alternative submissions continue, as part of a comprehensive public consultation on issues facing people with disabilities in B.C.
Visitors strolling in Mackin Park this weekend are being transported to a world of French Canadian culture as Festival du Bois, the largest Francophone festival on the West Coast of Canada, kicks into full swing.
The Ki-Low-Na Friendship Society has been selected to build and operate up to 90 units of affordable rental housing for low to modest income families and individuals at the Central Green site in Kelowna.
Premier Christy Clark was joined by the Honourable James Moore, Minister Responsible for British Columbia and Member of Parliament for Port Moody-Westwood-Port Coquitlam, B.C.'s Transportation and Infrastructure Minister Todd Stone, and TransLink board chair Marcella Szel in announcing the start of Evergreen Line tunnel construction and officially naming the tunnel boring machine.