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  • Scholarships revamp recognizes diversity of student success

    Scholarships now recognize a wide range of student achievement.

    Helping students to succeed in a rapidly changing world is front and centre in the redesigned Provincial Scholarships Program, launching this fall. The revised program…

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  • New funding supports school upgrades

    Participants in two Kootenay work experience projects are gaining hands-on practice in wildfire prevention and trail building thanks to $135,000 from the provincial Community and Employer Partnership fund.

    Our government is providing nearly $20 million to help B.C. school districts extend the life of their facilities and school-based assets, Education Minister Mike Bernier…

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  • B.C. welcomes new doctors to practise in rural and remote communities

    B.C.'s aerospace sector packs a powerful punch

    Fourteen internationally trained physicians will begin practising in rural and remote communities in B.C. this month, including a new family doctor in Dawson Creek. This program, funded for…

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  • Highway 1 four-laning project hits half way mark

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    Construction is now finished on three more kilometres of upgrades that will improve safety and reliability on the Trans-Canada Highway, announced B.C.’s Transportation and Infrastructure…

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  • B.C. continues fight against invasive mussels

    B.C.’s new invasive mussel defence teams have made great strides patrolling highways throughout the province, searching for tiny molluscs on transported watercraft.

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  • Government acts to preserve affordable housing in Courtenay

    The provincial government is preserving affordable housing in Courtenay through the purchase of the Washington Apartments, the city’s largest apartment complex.

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  • Hunters asked to help track tuberculosis

    Deer, moose and elk hunters in the Cherryville area (Wildlife Management Unit 8-23) are once again being asked to assist with a project to confirm wildlife in the area are not infected with bovine tuberculosis.

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  • Nighttime lane closure on Highway 1 at Admirals Road-McKenzie Avenue

    Beginning at 7 p.m. today, there will be a southbound lane closure in place on Highway 1 near the McKenzie/Admirals intersection to allow crews to undertake geotechnical investigations as part of early work for the McKenzie Interchange Project.

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