2015 Spring Review

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Capital Report

  • Spring Legislative Session review


    During this Spring 2015 Legislative Session, the BC Liberal government has delivered on commitments to control spending, balance the budget, protect our province’s environment, modernize…

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  • Government signs MOU with Pacific Northwest LNG

    Premier Christy Clark is joined by the Man In Motion Rick Hansen at the Junior Achievement B.C.'s Business Laureates Gala in Vancouver this week. Premier Clark announced $1 million in education program that target entrepreneur and business skills for youth.

    On Wednesday, Premier Clark announced that B.C. has reached three agreements with Pacific NorthWest LNG, establishing the path to a final investment decision on the…

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  • At halftime, free enterprise government delivering for B.C.


     Two years after the 2013 general election, Premier Christy Clark and a renewed team of B.C. Liberal MLAs are keeping their promises: maintaining fiscal responsibility…

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  • Investing in child and youth mental health in B.C.


    Yesterday, on Child and Youth Mental Health Day, Health Minister Terry Lake and Parliamentary Secretary for Child Mental Health and Anti-Bullying Jane Thornthwaite announced $850,000…

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Government News

  • Local leaders and Province sign renewed Peace River Agreement

    Local government leaders in the Peace River and the Province have signed a new Peace River Agreement, announced Premier Christy Clark and Coralee Oakes, Minister of Community, Sport and Cultural Development and MLA’s Mike Bernier and Pat Pimm.

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  • Another 41 wildfire personnel heading to Alberta

    Another 41 Wildfire Management Branch personnel, including two unit crews and one agency representative, are being deployed to Alberta to assist with that province’s wildfire situation.

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  • Democracy in Action youth conference set for this fall

    Young people from throughout British Columbia will have an opportunity again this year to participate in the Democracy in Action conference, Community, Sport and Cultural Development Minister Coralee Oakes said today.

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  • Education mission to bolster ties with China and Japan

    Education Minister Peter Fassbender is taking B.C.’s world-class education system on the road as he embarks on a five-day mission to Asia until June 4.

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