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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    Vancouver Island University (VIU) has received over $66,000 in one-time funding for 12 spaces at its Community Mental Health Worker certificate program, as part of…

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  • BC Arts Council approves grant for Kelowna

    KELOWNA– The Okanagan Symphony Society has been awarded a $30,000 grant from the BC Arts Council. It will use the funding to establish the position…

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  • Horgan Says No To Prince Rupert

    NDP leader John Horgan dropped into Prince Rupert, donned a hard hat for a photo op – and an hour after leaving town, he said…

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  • RDN Residents offered rebates to trade-in older wood burning stoves

    The provincial government is providing the Regional District of Nanaimo with nearly $20,000 to help encourage residents to replace their older wood stoves with cleaner…

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  • Examination of Kwantlen e-mails completed

    An examination of new material provided in the review of Kwantlen Polytechnical University’s board of directors has been completed.

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  • Premier announces changes to cabinet responsibilities

    Premier Christy Clark announced the following changes in cabinet responsibilities today.

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  • Technical report released for Klappan

    Today, the Province and the Tahltan Nation took a significant step forward in the conversation around land-use for the Klappan with the release of the Klappan Strategic Initiative Technical Report.

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  • Statement from Bette-Jo Hughes, chief information officer on e-mail malware

    “This morning a computer virus caused by a malicious file attachment has infected the government’s email servers. As soon as we became aware of the issue, we took immediate steps to mitigate the exposure to the government network and protect against the loss of information.

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