We all know about or have personally felt the effects of the forestry industry’s downturn over the last few years.
With 85,000 new skilled-trades job openings expected through 2031, the Province is investing in trades education and support for workers.
Over the next decade, our province is going to need more than 85,000 new skilled tradespeople to build and maintain the services and infrastructure British Columbians rely on every day.
This week marks the 10th BC Child and Youth in Care Week.
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.
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The B.C. Public Service acknowledges the territories of First Nations around B.C. and is grateful to carry out our work on these lands. We acknowledge the rights, interests, priorities, and concerns of all Indigenous Peoples - First Nations, Métis, and Inuit - respecting and acknowledging their distinct cultures, histories, rights, laws, and governments.