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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

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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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  • B.C. funds additional spaces for speech therapists

    A boost in operating funding in addition to one-time startup and planning capital will support 13 first-year additional spaces for speech and language therapists at the University of British Columbia.

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  • New tools for employers to support inclusive employment

    A new online supportive employment report and toolkit is now available for social enterprises and other employers to help them successfully employ people with multiple barriers to employment.

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  • Columbia River Treaty turns 50

    Minister of Energy and Mines Bill Bennett issued the following statement today to mark the 50th anniversary of the Columbia River Treaty:

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  • Consulting firm selected for Okanagan planning study

    The B.C. government has unveiled the successful consulting firm to carry out a three-year transportation planning study for the Central Okanagan, looking at route options for a future second crossing of Okanagan Lake.

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