The B.C. government reassures renters they will not be evicted if they cannot pay rent during the state of emergency related to novel coronavirus (COVID-19). As announced on March 25, 2020, the Province has halted evictions during the COVID-19 crisis.
The provincial government has introduced a series of ministerial orders under the Emergency Program Act to support its ongoing response to the COVID-19 pandemic.
The Province is providing an additional $5 billion in income supports, tax relief and funding for people, businesses and services in response to the COVID-19 outbreak.
Budget 2020 ensures B.C.’s education system will have the highest school operating funding ever, investing more than $20 billion for B.C.’s schools over the next three years, with the highest capital funding at $2.8 billion over three years.
A good public transit system is essential to building strong communities that are more affordable for the people who live in them.
The B.C. government strongly supports the efforts of local governments and First Nations to reduce wildfire risks in and around their communities through the completion of fuel management projects, the development of Community Wildfire Protection Plans and the implementation of FireSmart principles.
The Ministry of Transportation and Infrastructure is rehabilitating highways and bridges in the southern Interior and is building new infrastructure where it is needed.
The Ministry of Transportation and Infrastructure is working to upgrade Trans-Canada Highway 1 from Kamloops to the Alberta border.
B.C.’s diverse economic sectors — including trade, tourism, natural resources, agrifoods and manufacturing — depend on a world-class transportation system.
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