Twenty-three B.C. communities will gain valuable experience staging provincial, regional, national and international sport championships over the next year, thanks to grants from the provincial government.
The Province of British Columbia and the City of Vancouver are joining together to have Vancouver’s Chinatown designated as a United Nations Educational, Scientific and Cultural Organization (UNESCO) World Heritage site, because of its outstanding universal value.
Hundreds of artists and arts and culture organizations are benefiting from the latest round of BC Arts Council grant funding.
The grant awards for the inaugural AMPLIFY BC Career Development Grants were announced at the BreakOut West festival in Kelowna on Saturday, Oct. 13, 2018.
British Columbians in the Downtown Eastside are benefiting from a project that is transforming a former police station into a social, economic and creative hub for community organizations and local businesses.
In a ceremony emphasizing co-operation and reconciliation, a replica of a Haida totem pole has been raised on Semiahmoo First Nation traditional territory, at Peace Arch Provincial Park.
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