An additional 40 engineering diploma and certificate seats at Vancouver Island University will give more students access to the technical skills needed for good-paying jobs in the booming tech industry.
Students throughout British Columbia will have more opportunities to pursue good-paying jobs in B.C.’s booming tech industry, which will ensure the province’s employers have access to more homegrown talent.
More students in the East Kootenay region will be able to train to become early childhood educators (ECEs), with the expansion of the program at College of the Rockies, which will help families access quality child care in the future.
Minister of Health Adrian Dix has announced that the Province is creating 200 new nurse practitioner (NP) positions to support patients as part of a shift to a team-based primary health-care system.
The Government of British Columbia has underscored its commitment to work with Indigenous peoples in the spirit of respect and collaboration by introducing a set of draft principles designed to guide the daily work of provincial government employees. Don Wright, head of the BC Public Service shared the draft principles with all 27,000 public service employees on Tuesday, May 22, 2018.
Langara College students, staff and faculty are enjoying an improved learning and working environment after two ventilation fan upgrades, made possible through a $1.5 million investment by the federal and B.C. governments.
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