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  • Civil Forfeiture funds help keep Surrey safe

    SURREY – Surrey is safer thanks to a total of $275,790 in Civil Forfeiture funds from the Ministry of Justice. The money will be used…

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  • BC Liberal MLAs push for Asian trade deals

    VICTORIA – A BC Liberal motion introduced today in British Columbia’s Legislature is calling on the federal government to reach free trade agreements with countries…

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  • B.C. NDP abandons rural B.C. over Bill before Legislature

    CRANBROOK – The B.C. NDP is opposing a bill that protects the existing number of northern and rural electoral districts and ensures British Columbians are not required…

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  • Future of the NDP looks a lot like its past

    Leadership hopeful Rob Fleming proved once again this week that the out-of-touch NDP haven’t listened to British Columbians and continue to ignore rural British Columbia….

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LATEST GOVERNMENT NEWS

  • $2 million improves access and accelerates adoption services

    The Ministry of Children and Family Development is investing $2 million in one-time-only funding to help more children and youth in care to find forever homes through adoption and guardianship.

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  • Minister Michael de Jong to attend Jim Flaherty memorial

    B.C. Finance Minister Michael de Jong will represent the provincial government at the memorial service for Hon. Jim Flaherty in Toronto, Ontario, Wednesday, April 16, 2014.

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  • Labour market funding supports social enterprise study

    The B.C. government is supporting social innovation by investing $194,450 to research the social venture sector and its human resource challenges through a labour market partnership agreement with the ISIS Research Centre at the Sauder School of Business.

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  • OCC construction on schedule, hiring underway

    All the papers have been signed, timelines are on-target and local workers are being hired to begin construction activities on the new Okanagan Correctional Centre (OCC). 

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