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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.

  • “Giving Voice” to Stop Violence against First Nation Women

    Four area First Nations and organizations are receiving over $33,000 in “Giving Voice” grants from the provincial government to fund projects aimed at stopping violence…

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  • Spaces Added to VIU Mental Health Worker Program

    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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  • Minister welcomes new Douglas Channel LNG ownership

    Minister of Natural Gas Development Rich Coleman has issued the following statement in response to the Douglas Channel LNG project’s new ownership:

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  • Province ensures fair compensation for truckers

    The Government of B.C. is making two changes to the minimum rates in order to create a fair and equitable system that will provide a living wage for container truckers serving Port Metro Vancouver. This will ensure the continued operation of Canada’s largest port.

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  • Statement of the BC Coroners Service

    The BC Coroners Service has issued a statement to clarify issues surrounding the remains of one of the deceased found on the Pickton farm in 2002.

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  • B.C. protects old-growth forests in Peace region

    The B.C. government is continuing to protect old-growth forests and enhance biodiversity by establishing 79 old growth management areas under the Oil and Gas Activities Act, Forests, Lands and Natural Resource Operations Minister Steve Thomson announced today.

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