Giving school children the tools to build a strong future
Getting K-12 students involved and interested in pursuing a career in the trades is one way the Province is ensuring a steady supply of homegrown talent, Melanie Mark, Minister of Advanced Education and Skills Training, said during a visit to Terry Fox High school.
Supporting student safety in Surrey schools
Hundreds more Surrey students will soon be attending seismically safe schools.
Safety tips to prepare for winter storm season
Most areas of British Columbia have already seen their first snow of the season, and winter conditions will be the norm for the next few months. Minister of Public Safety and Solicitor General and Minister Responsible for Emergency Preparedness Mike Farnworth reminds British Columbians that proactive winter storm preparedness can go a long way towards ensuring the safety of B.C. families.
Amendments made to Water Sustainability Act regulations
Minor amendments are being made to two regulations under the Water Sustainability Act to support existing groundwater users and clarify requirements for authorizing water use.
New rules will strengthen the protection of unique or valuable trees
In a move to better align harvest practices with the intent of the chief forester’s allowable annual cut decisions, changes are being made to how timber partitions are enforced throughout British Columbia.
B.C. gives biggest boost in more than a decade to gambling addiction services
Government is making the most-significant service increase in over 10 years for British Columbians who are at risk of gambling addiction.