The new $16.5-million Motive Power Centre of Excellence at Annacis Island, built to train British Columbia's next generation of highly skilled tradespeople for the heavy-duty transportation sector, officially opened.
Anglers, and interested members of the public, are invited to attend an information session on trout stocking in small lakes in the Mackenzie area and fisheries management in Williston Reservoir and tributaries.
The Ministry of Energy and Mines has selected Hatch Ltd. to assist with the oversight of the process for independent third-party reviews of dam safety inspections for every permitted mine tailings storage facility in British Columbia.
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 North Coast Convention Centre in Prince Rupert on Nov. 18-19.
With hundreds of stories just waiting to be told, two people will be getting work experience in research and interview skills, as well as learning about some of the fascinating people who make up the history of Prince Rupert, thanks to a government partnership with the Hecate Strait Employment Development Society.
By the time the Regional Visitor Gateway project wraps up in September 2015, six more people will have work experience by turning Nelson's historic CPR railway station into a state-of-the-art tourist centre...
This week award-winning Vancouver chef Nathan Fong will hop on a plane to fly 8,600 kilometres to cook in China. It's his ninth time showcasing B.C. seafood there, and it's making a difference in this province.