British Columbia and Surrey will host 12 world-class women’s softball teams next month, in one of the most significant softball tournaments in the city’s history.
Mabel Lake Forest Service Road (FSR) will be temporarily closed between the 14-kilometre and 16-kilometre marks, beginning Tuesday, Aug. 6, 2019, and ending Tuesday, Aug. 20, 2019.
BC Parks is celebrating Canada’s Parks Day with two unique projects that provide more opportunities for people to experience the great outdoors.
Society defines Bibi Firdos Dilmahomed as a woman, a professional, an immigrant and a Muslim. She is much more than these labels.
Families will be treated to an array of free or low-cost concerts across the Lower Mainland for three years, thanks to a $1-million grant to the Vancouver Symphony Orchestra (VSO).
More Indigenous athletes and coaches from around British Columbia will be able to represent their communities and compete at the 2020 North American Indigenous Games (NAIG) in Halifax, thanks to funding from the Province.
Premier John Horgan has issued the following statement in honour of Canadian Multiculturalism Day:
Extensive upgrades to the Juan de Fuca Marine Trail are complete, allowing hikers access to the entire 47-kilometre wilderness trail this season.
People in Kelowna and surrounding areas are invited to attend community meetings and share their ideas about the future of the Royal BC Museum.
Fifteen job seekers have gained new boat-building and carpentry skills through a work experience project focused on this year’s Dragon Boat BC Festival in Vancouver.
New housing at the College of New Caledonia (CNC) will provide homes for Indigenous students that reflect cultural values.
People throughout British Columbia are experiencing the power of art and culture through projects that received funding from the Community Resilience Through Arts and Culture program.
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