The speech from the throne presents a clear path forward for a government that is working to make life better for people.
During the International Year of the Salmon, the B.C. government is supporting a comprehensive study of the stock abundance, composition and condition of Pacific salmon in the Gulf of Alaska.
Government is investing in success for northwest communities by addressing long-standing infrastructure needs that are holding back the region.
George Heyman, Minister of Environment and Climate Change Strategy, invites British Columbians to a conversation in a series of telephone town halls about the Province’s comprehensive plan to create a cleaner, stronger and more prosperous B.C.
Members of the public, communities, governments, industry and stakeholders are invited to provide their input on the process to amend the Fort St. John Land and Resource Management Plan.
Effective Feb. 7, 2019, Tree Farm Licence (TFL) 54 on the west coast of Vancouver Island will have an area-based allowable annual cut level of 170 hectares.
A blue ribbon panel review of B.C.’s forest inventory program has made recommendations to improve the program.
Funding of $10 million from the Forest Enhancement Society of British Columbia will mean more wood waste will be redirected to mills instead of being burned on the ground, creating more jobs for British Columbians and reducing carbon emissions.
Fish biologists will be busy catching and releasing burbot on Moyie Lake from Feb. 11 to 22, 2019, for hatchery egg collection.
On her first day working as a new conservation officer (CO) in Prince George, Nicole Hepp hit the ground running.
The excitement is building for Tuesday, Feb. 5, when families throughout British Columbia will share a meal and celebrate Lunar New Year.
A Delta-based fresh vegetable provider and a family-owned orchard in Vernon are leading two of 15 projects receiving more than $2.9 million to take innovative B.C. agriculture projects to the next step.
New rules for agricultural waste management will better protect B.C.’s water and provide more clarity for the agricultural sector.
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