Fall 2014 Speech From The Throne

The third session of the fortieth parliament of the Province of British Columbia was opened on October 6, 2014 with the Speech from the Throne. Delivered by Lieutenant-Governor Judith Guichon, it lays out the government’s priorities for the fall session. This Throne Speech focused on leadership, as we move forward on a comprehensive tax framework for B.C.’s growing LNG industry.


Capital Report

  • LNG seminars showcase science


    This week, our government started hosting a series of seven interactive community seminars to help educate people about LNG and the career options and business…

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  • Terry Fox Day in B.C.

    Terry Fox Day

    Our government has proclaimed September 14, 2014 as Terry Fox Day. It is the day that hundreds of thousands around the world gather for the…

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  • India trade mission promotes partnerships, investment, jobs for B.C.


    There are plenty of opportunities for B.C. companies in India. That was the message delegates received loud and clear as Premier Christy Clark wrapped up…

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  • Throne Speech lays foundation for pivotal session


    In her speech from the throne on Monday, Lieutenant Governor Judith Guichon set out our government’s intention to pass a comprehensive legislative framework for a…

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Government News

  • Deer hunters asked to help track tuberculosis

    Deer hunters in the Cherryville area (Wildlife Management Unit 8-23) are being asked to assist with a project to confirm deer in the area are not infected with bovine tuberculosis. 

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  • Additional info sessions for Okanagan correctional officer jobs

    Due to popular demand, BC Corrections, in partnership with the Justice Institute of BC, is holding three additional orientation sessions for Okanagan residents interested in becoming correctional officers.

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  • New access to records to help keep youth out of crime

    Regulatory changes under the Youth Criminal Justice Act (YCJA) announced today support the Province’s actions to discourage youth from joining gangs and engaging in criminal activity.

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  • The people in your neighbourhood: B.C.’s award-winning crime fighters

    B.C. recognized 19 local crime fighters today with Community Safety and Crime Prevention awards, including an 88-year woman, a police officer who started a youth wrestling program, and a doctor who teaches students about sexual exploitation.

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