Young adults keen to work outdoors this summer and to acquire a diverse range of job skills can now apply for the BC Parks Student Ranger Program.
The Cascadia Timber Supply Area (TSA) has a new allowable annual cut (AAC) for timber harvesting.
The public is invited to attend a community open house and participate in a discussion about the 2020 gypsy moth aerial spray treatment program in Lake Cowichan.
B.C. farmers enrolled in the federal-provincial AgriStability program will be eligible to receive a much higher interim payment this winter to help them through a difficult 2019 agricultural year.
From: Agriculture and Agri-Food Canada
Proposed hunting, trapping, motor vehicle restriction and firearms restriction regulation changes for 2020 to 2022 are online and available for public review and feedback.
British Columbians are now able to enjoy small-batch dairy products, such as “house-made” yogurt and ice cream, in more restaurants.
As part of its ongoing work to ensure working people earn a fair wage, the Province has released a study on the economic impact of piece rates in British Columbia.
British Columbians who want to cut their own Christmas tree can get a permit online, or by contacting their local natural resource district office or FrontCounter BC office.
In response to the end of the mountain pine beetle epidemic and salvage of dead pine in the Lakes Timber Supply Area (TSA), the new allowable annual cut (AAC) for the Lakes TSA will be 970,000 cubic metres, effective immediately.
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