Spring 2014 Legislative Session Review

During this Spring 2014 Legislative Session, the B.C. Liberal government has delivered on commitments to control spending, balance the budget, protect our province’s environment, modernize B.C.’s laws, and create more opportunities for British Columbians.

Please take a minute to view and download the 2014 Spring Session Review and see what your BC Liberal Government has been doing on your behalf.

Download the Spring 2014 Session Ender  for Print                                                                *NOTE:  Click or drag on corner to turn page


Capital Report


Many young people have a better grasp of technology than their parents, so how do we keep them safe online? North Vancouver-Seymour MLA Jane Thornthwaite, Parliamentary Secretary for Student Support and Parent Engagement, is launching a new video for students and parents to help them better understand the implications of online activities.

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Government News

  • Area restriction amended for the Chelaslie River fire

    Effective immediately, the area restriction order in place around the Chelaslie River fire has been amended to allow public access in areas south of the fire.

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  • Ninety-one new, affordable apartments open in Prince George

    The Governments of Canada and British Columbia, along with community partners, officially opened the recently renovated Victoria Towers today, providing 91 new affordable apartments for low to moderate income individuals, seniors, families and persons with disabilities in Prince George.

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  • Inquest announced into death of Victor Crane

    The BC Coroners Service has announced that a public inquest will be held into the death of Victor Crane.

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  • New affordable seniors’ community opens in Kamloops

    The Province and community partners were on hand today to celebrate the official opening of 20 new units of affordable housing for seniors in Kamloops.

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