The Wood Innovation and Design Centre (WIDC), one of the tallest contemporary wood buildings in North America, officially opened, on budget and on time, further positioning B.C. as a leader in wood innovation and design.
Premier Christy Clark was joined by local technology entrepreneurs to mark the beginning of construction on the much-anticipated Okanagan Centre for Innovation, a leading edge technology centre for the region.
A local historical gem received a thorough polishing and upgrade, thanks to a partnership between the government of B.C. and the Salmon Arm Museum and Heritage Association that gave four local people work experience.
The Ministry of Health, Provincial Health Services Authority and Vancouver Coastal Health are working together to ensure members of the transgender community have access to a new provincial program that will offer expanded and sustainable services.
Premier Christy Clark announced today Canada's first Shqwi qwal (Speaker) for Indigenous Dialogue that will address Indigenous issues and help build a new path for reconciliation within British Columbia.
Minister of International Trade Teresa Wat is departing on a 12-day trade mission to China, Korea and Japan on Nov. 4, leading a delegation of companies and organizations from some of B.C.'s key economic sectors: seafood, agrifoods and international education.
An advisory council with a wide range of expertise and background will support and advise government on how to implement recommendations made in the Chinese Historical Wrongs Consultation Final Report.