Standard and Poor’s (S&P) Global Ratings has affirmed British Columbia’s ‘AAA’ long-term credit rating, reflecting the Province’s strong, sustainable fiscal plan and prudent debt management, Finance Minister Carole James announced today.
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To help make housing in overheated markets more affordable and available, the B.C. government is targeting property speculators, while making sure that over 99% of British Columbians will not pay the speculation tax.
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.
Moody’s has affirmed British Columbia’s Aaa (stable) long-term credit rating, citing the Province’s prudent fiscal management and planning, and strong and diversified economy, Finance Minister Carole James said.
The Province of British Columbia is continuing to take bold action to address both housing demand and supply by cracking down on tax evasion on pre-sale condo assignments, giving local governments the power to protect and encourage the building of rentals, and requiring communities to assess their housing needs.
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