One of B.C.’s largest schools will be replaced to support the needs of students, families and community members in the Burnaby North area for decades to come.
Students in British Columbia will have access to more extracurricular activities with support for parent advisory councils (PACs) and district parent advisory councils (DPACs) through the Community Gaming Grants program.
Michelle Mungall, Minister of Energy, Mines and Petroleum Resources, introduced her son from her seat in the legislative chamber. After giving birth to her first child, Zavier Matieschyn, and an eight-week maternity leave, the minister has made the following statement:
Jennifer Rice, Parliamentary Secretary for Emergency Preparedness, has issued the following statement regarding National Fire Prevention Week, Oct. 7-13, 2018:
The Government of British Columbia is opening additional shelter beds in Kamloops to make sure people in need have access to safe and secure housing as the cooler weather arrives.
British Columbia’s first Poverty Reduction Strategy, guided by legislation introduced today, will lift thousands of people out of poverty, create more opportunities to break the cycle of poverty and make it easier for people to participate in their community.
When Jessica Bennie looks at her two pre-school age foster children, she can’t help but wonder what she might have been feeling 32 years ago. Back then, she was just six months old and placed into foster care herself.
The Minister of Municipal Affairs and Housing is listening to the concerns of renters and taking action on an early recommendation from B.C.’s Rental Housing Task Force by cutting the annual allowable rent increase by 2%, limiting it to inflation.
The British Columbia government is increasing staffing levels in residential care homes to make sure seniors are getting the quality care they need and deserve, Premier John Horgan announced today.
A passion for helping young children find their power and identity through the Tahltan language has earned Patricia Louie a 2018 Provincial Child Care Award of Excellence from the B.C. government.
Two exceptional Surrey child care providers are being honoured with 2018 Child Care Awards of Excellence for their dedication to early care and learning.
Motivating youth and creating robust child care programs has been a part of Donna Chang’s daily life for over 24 years. Recognized for her extensive work, Chang is being honoured with a 2018 Child Care Award of Excellence for Leadership from the B.C. government.
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