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Spring 2014 Legislative Session Review

During this Spring 2014 Legislative Session, the BC 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 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

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Capital Report

  • Highway 1 improvement project to replace Malakwa Bridge

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    This week our government and the federal government announced a funding commitment to build a new four-lane Malakwa Bridge on the Trans-Canada Highway (Highway 1) to…

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  • Kitimat Airshed Assessment

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    Results from an independent science-based study show, with proper management, Kitimat’s airshed can safely accommodate new industrial growth.

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  • Kanaka Bar Indian Band shares clean energy revenue

    Minister Rustad tours the Kwoiek Creek Hydroelectric project

    A new agreement with our government will enable the Kanaka Bar Indian Band to share revenue from the Kwoiek Creek Hydroelectric Project.

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  • Working to increase rural highway safety

    MTS Rural Safety Review

    The Rural Highway Safety and Speed Review will help improve safety and mobility on B.C.’s rural highways.

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Latest News

This week, Vancouver Canucks’ anthem singer Mark Donnelly paid a visit to the Parliament Buildings, while LNG proponents, organized labour, and the Haisla Nation met with Premier Clark for the release of the Premier’s Liquefied Natural Gas Working Group: Final Report.

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  • More LNG trades training seats at Selkirk College

    As part of B.C.’s Skills for Jobs Blueprint, Selkirk College will receive funding for an additional 54 training spaces to increase access and help reduce waitlists for trades critical to the liquefied natural gas (LNG) and other industries.

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  • More LNG trades training seats added at University of the Fraser Valley

    As part of B.C.’s Skills for Jobs Blueprint, the University of the Fraser Valley (UFV) will receive funding for an additional 194 training spaces to help reduce waitlists for trades critical to the liquefied natural gas (LNG) sector and other industries.

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  • More LNG trades training seats at College of the Rockies

    As part of B.C.’s Skills for Jobs Blueprint, the College of the Rockies will receive funding for an additional 32 training spaces to increase access and help reduce waitlists for trades critical to the liquefied natural gas (LNG) and other industries.

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  • Additional 75 LNG trades training seats for Northern Lights College

    As part of B.C.’s Skills for Jobs Blueprint, Northern Lights College (NLC) will receive funding for an additional 75 training spaces to increase access and help reduce waitlists for trades critical to the liquefied natural gas (LNG) industry and in-demand trades.

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