Royal Bay Secondary students will get more space to learn and play, with a 600-seat expansion and a new gym, announced Minister of Education Rob Fleming.
First Peoples’ Cultural Council will work in partnership with First Nations communities to develop and implement revitalization plans for each of the living Indigenous languages in B.C., to reverse the disruption to Indigenous languages from Canada’s history of colonization and residential schools.
As part of ongoing efforts to strengthen the partnership between British Columbia and Washington state, the B.C. government will help fund a study of a potential ultra-high-speed corridor service connecting Vancouver with Seattle, Portland and beyond.
The Nass River crossing is about to improve for drivers, with construction of a new two-lane bridge scheduled to replace the existing single-lane timber structure.
The Premier of British Columbia, the governors of Oregon and Washington, and the California secretary for environmental protection, on behalf of the governor of California, met today to mark the 10th anniversary of the Pacific Coast Collaborative (PCC), and identify opportunities to further strengthen collaboration.
The Government of British Columbia has recommitted to cracking down on money laundering in the gambling industry, and has taken measures in Budget 2018 to address the potential impact on the Province’s revenues.
Don Wright, deputy minister to the Premier, has released his report on Deloitte's review of the Province’s Animal Health Centre (AHC).
Mike Parker, who works with children with special needs in Nanaimo, was 28 years old with a bachelor of science when he started with the ministry in May 1989.
Under the theme “French Language Services Matter”, Adrian Dix, Minister of Health, who is responsible for the province’s Francophone Affairs Program, announced March 20, 2018, as B.C. Francophonie Day.
The Real Estate Council of British Columbia is launching an anonymous tipline to enhance consumer protection in British Columbia’s real estate market.
The British Columbia government is moving forward with an independent scientific review of hydraulic fracturing to ensure it is meeting the highest safety and environmental standards, Energy, Mines and Petroleum Resources Minister Michelle Mungall announced today.
The Province is funding new, collaborative interventions that will help connect vulnerable people to the services they need by providing the City of Surrey with a $175,000 grant for a pilot project to enhance community response to the overdose crisis.
Do you know a child-care provider who is going above and beyond to help kids achieve their best?
Cyclists and pedestrians are advised of a temporary detour along the Galloping Goose Trail, between Grange Road and Belgrave Road, over the weekend of March 17–18, 2018, as part of ongoing work for the McKenzie interchange project.
Lisa Beare, Minister of Tourism, Arts and Culture, has made the following statement about Vancouver potentially hosting the FIFA World Cup in 2026:
Bruce Ralston, Minister of Jobs, Trade and Technology, has issued the following statement, after a preliminary decision by the United States Department of Commerce to apply an anti-dumping duty of 22.16% on Catalyst Paper’s and Kruger Products’ uncoated groundwood paper exports to the United States.
An independent review has credited ministry staff for their professional management of the 2017 Interior floods and has proposed recommendations to keep British Columbians safe.
The B.C. government’s work to connect all British Columbians to high-speed internet continues with more than $38 million in federal, provincial and partner funding for five major connectivity projects in rural and First Nations and Indigenous communities, Minister of Citizens’ Services Jinny Sims announced today.
The public is invited to attend a drop-in information session about upcoming improvements to Highway 7 and Highway 9 in Agassiz.
Lisa Sanghera thinks her interest in social work may be the result of the issues her parents faced as an interracial couple in 1950s Vancouver.
Any British Columbian living with chronic hepatitis C now is able to access treatment, regardless of the severity of their disease, Health Minister Adrian Dix announced today.
In the interest of public safety, anglers, ice skaters and other members of the public are advised to pay close attention to changing ice conditions and use caution when approaching the shoreline of Swan Lake.
Are you aware of a francophone historic place that is important to you or your community?
British Columbians are being encouraged to discover, share and choose B.C. wines through a partnership between the Ministry of Agriculture and the BC Wine Institute.
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