Up to 30 eligible British Columbians will get skills training to prepare them for jobs as web designers and developers in a new Community and Employer Partnership (CEP) project from the B.C. government.
Non-profit organizations can now apply for the second round of the Province’s Work Experience Opportunities Grant to help deliver work experience placements to British Columbians with disabilities and people facing multiple barriers to employment.
People with developmental disabilities who are eligible for Community Living BC (CLBC) services will get support to return to the workforce and increase their digital literacy.
David Eby, Attorney General, has released the following statement to recognize Access to Justice Week, Jan. 24 to Jan. 30, 2021:
Up to 30 eligible British Columbians will get skills and training to prepare them for jobs as health-care assistants, recreational co-ordinators and community- and personal-support workers.
To support people experiencing homelessness who need a safe, secure place to stay in Williams Lake, the Province is partnering with the Cariboo Friendship Society to open a temporary Emergency Response Centre (ERC).
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