Permit needed to cut or collect wood on Crown land
With many parts of British Columbia experiencing colder weather and more people lighting their fireplaces and wood stoves, residents are reminded that anyone who cuts, collects or uses firewood must ensure that it is harvested legally.
New Nass River Bridge open for traffic
The Nass River Bridge replacement project on Highway 37 east of Stewart is complete.
‘I start building trust with them from day one’
“The second I open my door, they are part of my family, so they know they have someone in their corner,” says Anna Miller about the 200 youth she estimates she has fostered over the past 36 years.
Updated framework better protects people’s finances
Significant updates to the Financial Institutions Act and Credit Union Incorporation Act will make B.C.’s regulatory framework more efficient and modern, while better protecting the financial interests of British Columbians.
New powers protect people from fraud
Landmark changes give the B.C. Securities Commission (BCSC) the strongest powers across Canada to protect people and punish fraudsters, contributing to a fair capital market and a resilient, sustainable economy that works for everyone.
Celebrating small businesses in B.C. as they continue to shine
It’s time to celebrate Small Business Week (Oct. 20-26, 2019) and to recognize the tremendous contributions small businesses make to their local communities and B.C.’s economy.