A new generation of made-in-B.C. quantum computers will use advanced technology to help reduce the energy used by computers that solve large, complex problems.
The B.C. government is moving to clamp down on high-priced ticket scalping to make live-event tickets more affordable for British Columbians, says Minister of Public Safety and Solicitor General Mike Farnworth.
Some local police officers will be the first in British Columbia to put down their pens and issue roadside electronic traffic violation tickets (eTickets) as part of a pilot program designed to make roads safer.
David Eby, Attorney General, has announced the 2018 recipients of the honorary title of Queen’s counsel (QC).
Katrine Conroy, Minister of Children and Family Development issued the following statement in response to the representative for children and youth's Dec. 10, 2018, investigative report:
People experiencing homelessness in Nanaimo are settling into their new homes following a move into two supportive housing sites in the community.
The contractors behind some of British Columbia’s most innovative and important transportation and infrastructure projects were recognized at the Deputy Minister’s Contractor of the Year Awards ceremony at the Victoria Conference Centre on Dec. 7, 2018.
Applications are now being accepted for B.C.’s Multiculturalism Grants Program, which has been updated to help organizations working to improve cultural interactions, reduce barriers and remove discrimination to create a more inclusive province.
Premier John Horgan has issued the following statement to mark the 70th anniversary of United Nations General Assembly’s adoption of the Universal Declaration of Human Rights:
The Government of British Columbia is reminding licensed child care providers that they have until Dec. 31, 2018 to apply for retroactive wage enhancements for their frontline staff.
Victims of gender-based violence will have additional support, as two organizations in Vancouver receive grants totalling $175,000 to enhance programs.
Responding to urgent need in the community, the Government of B.C. is opening a new temporary shelter to ensure people experiencing homelessness have a warm, dry and safe place to stay throughout the winter season.
Responding to urgent need in the community, the Government of B.C. is reopening the shelter at 599 Gower Point Rd., providing people experiencing homelessness with warm, safe beds right where they live and without having to travel to Sechelt, the nearest major city.
David Eby, Attorney General, has issued the following statement on the close of B.C.’s electoral reform referendum:
People in Campbell River, including Elders, seniors and those with physical disabilities, now have access to new affordable rental homes, thanks to a partnership between the Government of British Columbia and M'akola Housing Society.
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