The BC Wildfire Service is sending 80 additional firefighting personnel to Alberta to aid with wildfire response efforts there.
From May 23-31, 2016, Premier Christy Clark will lead a trade mission to South Korea, the Philippines and Japan. This will be Premier Clark’s third trade mission to South Korea and Japan and her second to the Philippines.
Robin Hood from Likely, B.C. may not have been from Nottingham but his legend for those involved in the province’s community forests is as big as the heart he had for the communities in which he worked.
Residents in Metro Vancouver know two things: we need more housing supply and more transit.
Young people of Agassiz will have an opportunity to learn the skills they will need for tomorrow’s in-demand occupations. WorkBC’s Find Your Fit tour will be making its next stop at the Seabird Island First Nations Festival from May 28-29, 2016.
Premier Christy Clark and a delegation of B.C. business representatives were joined by a large audience of senior Philippine business leaders and government officials to mark the grand opening of the new B.C. Trade and Investment Representative Office in Manila while on her trade mission to South Korea, the Philippines and Japan.
Aboriginal students in the Revelstoke school district (SD 19) are graduating at a higher rate than the British Columbia average.
British Columbia artists and arts organizations will be travelling internationally to share their work and make connections, thanks to provincial government funding, part of the Province’s Creative Economy Strategy.
Government representatives were joined by staff and executive from BluEarth Renewables Inc., local officials and members of the Squamish Nation for a Traditional Potlach Ceremony to celebrate the commissioning of the Culliton Creek Hydro Facility yesterday.
As a demonstration of the increasing post-secondary links between British Columbia and South Korea, Sookmyung Women's University has signed a new memorandum of understanding (MOU) with Royal Roads University to explore a joint master of arts in leadership program, and presented Premier Christy Clark with an honorary doctorate in political science.
B.C. businesses joining Premier Christy Clark’s trade mission to Asia are knocking on the door of South Korea’s booming technology sector and forming new trade and investment partnerships under the Canada-South Korea Free Trade agreement (CKFTA).
As B.C.’s tourism industry gets set for summer, the Province’s tourism leaders are gathering at Sun Peaks Resort at the annual Tourism Industry Association of British Columbia (TIABC) Annual General Meeting and Summit, May 24-26.
A new focus on social innovation in the Community and Employer Partnerships program will support B.C.’s growing social-enterprise sector and increase the potential for social innovation in B.C.
Local community associations and employers met with the provincial government to discuss skilled labour and human-resource planning.
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