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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.

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Capital Report

  • New child care spaces coming to B.C. families

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    This week, our government announced that families in 28 communities throughout B.C. will benefit from 1,006 new licensed child-care spaces.

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  • Highway 1 and Mountain interchange to benefit from government partnership

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    Yesterday, North Vancouver-Londale MLA Naomi Yamamoto and North Vancouver MP Andrew Saxton, announced that funding is being set aside to build a new interchange where…

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  • Construction begins on Okanagan innovation centre

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    Premier Christy Clark was joined by local technology entrepreneurs last Friday to mark the beginning of construction on the much-anticipated Okanagan Centre for Innovation, a…

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  • LNG seminars showcase science

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    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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Government News

  • B.C. tree fruit sector to benefit with sustainable, long-term replant program

    The Province is committing $8.4 million for a seven-year tree fruit replant program that supports grower’s efforts to meet consumer demands for high-value, high-quality B.C. fruit.

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  • Promoting inclusiveness and prosperity in multicultural B.C.

    As I reflect on the significance of Multiculturalism Week in British Columbia (Nov. 16-22, 2014), I am struck by the cultural diversity of this great province.

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  • Nelson project builds Gateway to work experience

    By the time the Regional Visitor Gateway project wraps up in September 2015, six more people will have work experience by turning Nelson's historic CPR railway station into a state-of-the-art tourist centre and headquarters for the Nelson and District Chamber of Commerce, thanks to $176,000 in government Job Creation Partnership funding.

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  • Professional development and touring grants available

    Artists and arts administrators have until Dec. 1, 2014, to apply to the BC Arts Council for project funding to support professional development or touring initiatives.

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