Premier Christy Clark announced that the largest shipment of mass timber from British Columbia to India is en route.
Government is investing more than $16 million to increase addictions treatment services in the short term as part of the battle against the epidemic of illicit drug overdoses.
Investing in urban transportation networks helps build a solid foundation for more inclusive, prosperous and sustainable cities.
The BC Wildlife Health Program is once again asking for help assessing the effects of winter ticks on the province’s moose population as part of its annual moose winter tick surveillance program.
People at risk of homelessness in Surrey will soon have access to more transitional housing and additional shelter beds with construction underway on the redevelopment of the Hyland Farms Shelter.
Twenty-eight underemployed or underskilled individuals are developing their skills by taking forest heavy-equipment operator or log truck driver training, made possible through the Canada-British Columbia Job Fund Agreement.
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