Students and staff will be learning and teaching in safer classrooms when Prince Rupert Middle School is rebuilt to the latest seismic safety standards.
Students have more space for learning at École Hammond Bay Elementary this fall after the completion of an expansion that added 12 new classrooms to the school.
Families with preschool and school-aged children will have more money in their wallets preparing to go back to school with new child care savings in B.C.
With construction underway, Langley students will soon benefit from a safer and expanded Peter Ewart Middle School.
More than 100 children and their families will benefit from a new child care centre open on Edmonton Avenue in Penticton.
Students and staff in Richmond are learning and working in seismically safer schools now that upgrades are complete at James Whiteside Elementary and William Bridge Elementary schools.
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