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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


    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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  • Back alley artists bring murals to life on jobs project

    Local back alleys are getting another splash of colour as two people get work experience painting three murals in downtown Kamloops, thanks to more than $19,000 in government funding.

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  • Government takes action to ground illegal drones

    The Government of British Columbia is working to stop the illegal and dangerous use of drones near wildfires with tough new rules and a public awareness campaign to keep British Columbians safe.

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  • Improving literacy for thousands of adults in B.C.

    Adult literacy programs in 75 communities throughout the province will receive $2.4 million in 2015-16 to provide more British Columbians with the literacy skills they need to take part in the growing economy.

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  • Apply now for creative writing grants

    Professional writers seeking financial assistance toward specific creative projects can apply for grant funding through the BC Arts Council.

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