Advancing the Truth and Reconciliation Commission's Calls to Action and United Nations Declaration on the Rights of Indigenous Peoples:
An apprenticeship in the skilled trades is an important entry point to a long-lasting, good-paying career that provides opportunities around the province.
International trade and investment are key priorities for our government - and India is one of B.C.'s emerging trade partners.
Government's priority is to ensure immigrants continue to access English language training to succeed, find jobs and help the Province meet labour market demands in a growing economy.
As the fall semester draws near, more than 430,000 students from every corner of British Columbia are making plans for the future and preparing to hit the books at one of our 25 public post-secondary institutions.
Stephen Hume's claim that B.C.'s Skills for Jobs Blueprint represents "anti-intellectual prejudice" ignores the facts.
The critic for advanced education and I have both been out meeting with students. However, that's where the similarity ends.
We can take great pride in the fact that every year more than 100,000 students from around the globe choose to come to British Columbia to advance their education.
As part of Budget 2014, the Ministry of Advanced Education budget is projected to be $1.951 billion in 2014/15.
British Columbia is a recognized leader in research, and for developing and growing innovative technology companies, and is a destination for technology investment.
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