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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.

  • NDP Consistent in Rejecting Jobs

    When it comes to rejecting jobs in northwest British Columbia, NDP MLAs are very consistent in not being willing to support new opportunities in their…

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  • NDP Deals No to BC Jobs

    After months of bluffing in an attempt to convince British Columbians they support the creation of an LNG industry, the BC NDP have finally shown…

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  • Horgan says No to Jobs, Kamloops Business Says Yes

    Showing a fundamental lack of understanding when it comes to the economy, NDP leader John Horgan is planning to vote against creating new LNG jobs…

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  • NDP MLAs Saying No to Northwest Jobs

    While the NDP continually tries to mislead the public on job guarantees for LNG, Peace River South MLA Mike Bernier is suggesting local NDP MLAs…

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  • Progress made on Elaho and Boulder Creek wildfires

    Significant progress has been made containing the Elaho and Boulder Creek wildfires, due to the hard work of BC Wildfire Service crews who have taken advantage of reduced fire behaviour in recent days.

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  • Two Highway 97 improvements underway in Chetwynd

    $6.9 million in safety and access projects in the District of Chetwynd area have begun, with the replacement of the Wildmare Bridge and repairs to frost-damaged portions of Highway 97.

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  • More supportive housing opens in Nelson

    An additional 14 people in need now have access to supportive housing at two newly renovated housing developments in Nelson, made possible through funding from the governments of Canada and British Columbia.

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  • A new Salmon River Bridge and wider Highway 16 has B.C. on the Move

    The 61-year-old Salmon River Bridge, on Highway 97 north of Prince George, will be replaced with a new structure that can handle oversize transport trucks, as part of B.C. on the Move, the Government of B.C.’s 10-year transportation plan.

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