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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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  • Mount Polley sediment and water-quality results

    Testing continues on sediment samples and water-quality samples taken by Ministry of Environment staff.

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  • B.C. delivering justice system improvements

    August 30, 2014, marks the two-year anniversary of a report that helped pave the way for significant improvements aimed at making B.C.’s justice system quicker and more accessible for British Columbians. This is a milestone worth marking, as the report serves as a blueprint for reforming the justice system into one that meets the needs and expectations of the people it serves.

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  • Province to remove hazardous tree

    Ministry staff will remove an unsafe tree containing an eagle nest from Crown land in the 48000 block of Yale Road in Chilliwack.

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  • Liquor industry invited to provide feedback on penalty schedule

    Government is reviewing B.C.’s current liquor enforcement penalties and considering how different types of penalties may impact businesses and their staff, fulfilling recommendations made during the B.C. Liquor Policy Review.

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