Homeowners and contractors are once again reminded to “click or call” BC One Call before digging, as British Columbia recognizes the month of April as Dig Safe Month.
Investing in infrastructure that brings clean electricity to Canadian businesses, including those in remote and northern communities, helps create good middle-class jobs, a low-carbon economy and greener communities.
Under the CleanBC plan, the Province is supporting local government and First Nation investments in building projects that will lower energy costs, reduce greenhouse gas (GHG) emissions and lead to more affordable community infrastructure.
Katrine Conroy, British Columbia’s Minister Responsible for the Columbia River Treaty, has issued the following statement after this week’s treaty negotiation meetings in Victoria:
New legislation will help reduce climate pollution by phasing out gas-powered light-duty vehicles and making zero-emission vehicles (ZEV) more available and affordable for British Columbians.
As part of keeping electricity rates affordable and making sure BC Hydro works for people, government is introducing legislative amendments to further implement recommendations from the first phase of the comprehensive BC Hydro review.
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