British Columbians need efficient and affordable public transit to get them to work or school on time and back home safely at the end of the day.
Premier John Horgan has issued the following statement in honour of Eid al-Adha, the Feast of the Sacrifice:
Premier John Horgan has appointed Sheila Malcolmson, MLA for Nanaimo, to the role of parliamentary secretary for environment. Premier Horgan has also made changes to the responsibilities of parliamentary secretaries for the Government of British Columbia.
Premier John Horgan travelled to Big Bar, where significant work is underway by provincial and federal governments, First Nations and a suite of technical experts to help salmon in the Fraser River pass through an obstruction created by a large landslide and reach their spawning grounds.
People living in East Vancouver will have better access to team-based urgent and primary care with the opening of the new REACH Urgent and Primary Care Centre (UPCC).
The B.C. Surgical and Diagnostic Imaging Strategy continues to make progress as construction begins on Langley Memorial Hospital’s first MRI machine.
Approximately 2,300 new child care spaces are coming to schools, community centres and other public facilities across Vancouver, making routines easier for busy parents and helping young children transition smoothly into the school system.
Record numbers of British Columbians are sharing their views on whether the province should continue observing daylight saving time.
Thirty education professionals from throughout the province have been named as finalists in this year’s Premier’s Awards for Excellence in Education.
Premier John Horgan has issued the following statement to recognize Canada Day:
More Indigenous athletes and coaches from around British Columbia will be able to represent their communities and compete at the 2020 North American Indigenous Games (NAIG) in Halifax, thanks to funding from the Province.
Premier John Horgan has issued the following statement in honour of Canadian Multiculturalism Day:
People experiencing mental health and addictions challenges will soon have better access to the services they need, thanks to a new vision for care outlined in A Pathway to Hope: A roadmap for making mental health and addictions care better for people in British Columbia.
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