International investment in Prince George energy producer welcomed by Province
The Government of British Columbia is celebrating a major investment in a Prince George forestry manufacturing facility by Sumitomo Corporation.
Rural Dividend grant supports communities in Thompson Okanagan
The Government of British Columbia is providing $500,000 to the Thompson Okanagan Tourism Association, as part of more than $10.1 million being awarded to 90 eligible local governments, First Nations and not-for-profit organizations under the BC Rural Dividend program, announced Lisa Beare, Minister of Tourism, Arts and Culture, on behalf of Forests, Lands, Natural Resource Operations and Rural Development Minister Doug Donaldson today.
New route opens today in north Courtenay
A new connection between Highway 19 and north Courtenay will open to traffic today, so people can move more efficiently and safely through this part of the Comox Valley to access key destinations such as the new hospital, the airport and the BC Ferries terminal.
New Teck Acute Care Centre: a healing environment for B.C. children and women
Newborns, children and expectant mothers from all around the province will be cared for in the new Teck Acute Care Centre, located on the campus of BC Children’s Hospital and BC Women’s Hospital, officially opened today by Premier John Horgan, health-care workers and patients.
August tourism numbers showing growth for British Columbia
The latest international visitor arrival numbers show an increase for British Columbia’s tourism sector.
Statement by the Minister of Health and BC Emergency Health Services on the death of Lloyd Smith
Health Minister Adrian Dix and executive vice-president of BC Emergency Health Services Linda Lupini have issued the following statement on the death of Lloyd Smith: