Government introduced a new Discriminatory Provisions (Historical Wrongs) Repeal Act to permanently remove discriminatory provisions in historical private legislation.
Teresa Wat, Minister of International Trade and Multiculturalism, issued the following statement after legislation to permanently remove discriminatory provisions in 19 historical private acts received Royal Assent from British Columbia’s lieutenant-governor:
A commemorative plaque unveiled in Barkerville officially recognizes the contributions of Chinese Canadians to B.C.’s rich cultural, historical and economic mosaic.
Teresa Wat, Minister of International Trade and Minister Responsible for Asia Pacific Strategy and Multiculturalism, has issued the following statement on the International Day for the Elimination of Racial Discrimination:
A commemorative monument unveiled in the Kamloops Chinese Heritage Cemetery recognizes the contributions of Chinese Canadians to British Columbia’s rich cultural, historical and economic mosaic.
A commemorative monument unveiled in the historic Ashcroft Chinese Cemetery recognizes the contributions of Chinese Canadians to B.C.’s rich cultural, historical and economic mosaic.
B.C.’s digital media representatives are preparing to showcase their skills in video game development, innovative virtual reality software and other gaming tools at the premier Game Developers Conference in San Francisco next week.
Premier Christy Clark announced that the largest shipment of mass timber from British Columbia to India is en route.
A commemorative monument unveiled today in the historic Cumberland Chinese Cemetery recognizes the contributions of Chinese Canadians to B.C.’s rich cultural, historical and economic mosaic.
Ten B.C. mobile gaming companies will showcase their products and services on the international stage at the upcoming Pocket Gamer (PG) Connects conference Jan. 16-17, 2017, in London, England, reinforcing British Columbia’s global reputation as a hub for mobile gaming.
Imagine a world where every dated desk phone has been transformed into a smartphone; where cordless handsets connect to Wi-Fi; and where home phones can be taken anywhere without long distance or roaming fees.
Trade missions are an important part of British Columbia’s strategy to support economic growth and job creation throughout the province, as well as BC Jobs Plan objectives.
Minister of International Trade and Minister Responsible for Asia Pacific Strategy and Multiculturalism Teresa Wat issued the following statement as Ben Stewart announces his intent to leave the position as B.C.’s Special Representative in Asia:
While British Columbia is not a well-known exporter of jingle bells, nutcrackers or mistletoe, the province does spread cheer during the holiday season with other festive exports.
The B.C. government’s commitment in the #BCTECH Strategy to improve access to capital is paying off as B.C. tech companies are taking advantage of the Province’s venture capital programs to reach new levels of growth.
Partners in preparedness.🤝🚒🚑 As part of the more than $80M BC is investing in emergency preparedness, approximately $10M will be going to public safety partners like the The Salvation Army BC Division for initiatives like their mobile feeding vans, mass feeding training seminars & Emergency Social Services training for volunteers and emergency program coordinators in local communities. http://ow.ly/kmZY309YvFv
Hunting licence surcharges are $2.6M annually & are dedicated to the Habitat Conservation Trust Foundation, ow.ly/ce8630a9Yc0
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