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


Capital Report

  • Kitimat Airshed Assessment


    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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  • Growing our economy at home and overseas


    Premier Christy Clark and AltaGas have signed a Letter of Intent to grow the use of liquefied natural gas (LNG) in the province. This is…

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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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Government News

  • Campfire ban rescinded in a portion of the Cariboo

    Effective at noon on Friday, July 25, 2014, campfires will once again be permitted in the Cariboo Fire Centre east of the Fraser River. The Cariboo Fire Centre is rescinding its campfire prohibition in this area due to cool and wet weather conditions.

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  • Progress by crews prompts rescind of fire evacuations

    After a week of continued efforts to suppress several fires of note throughout the Kamloops Fire Centre, residents affected by five of these wildfires have been allowed to return to their homes.

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  • Premier's statement on Eid ul-Fitr

    Premier Christy Clark has issued the following statement marking Eid ul-Fitr:

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  • British Columbia, China strengthen ties to natural gas future

    The Province of British Columbia and the National Energy Administration of the People’s Republic of China signed a Memorandum of Understanding (MOU) today to strengthen energy trade and investment.

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