Province transitions to a new gambling regulator
Government is taking action against money laundering by transitioning the Province’s gambling regulator and providing it with greater independence to set and enforce regulatory gambling policy.
Expanding palliative, end-of-life care
People in Greater Victoria will benefit from improved palliative and end-of-life care with more community hospice beds and acute palliative care beds at the Royal Jubilee Hospital.
New replacement for aging Clements Centre
People with developmental disabilities in Cobble Hill will have a new accessible program space with support through the Community Gaming Grants program.
Affordable homes open for people in Williams Lake
People with low to moderate incomes, including those with disabilities, now have access to 39 new affordable rental homes with the opening of a project at 253 First Ave. North.
New temporary shelter opening in Kelowna
More people experiencing homelessness in Kelowna will soon have a safe and warm space to stay as the Province is partnering with a new service provider to open a temporary shelter for people in need.
Study considers use of piece rates in B.C.'s agricultural sector
As part of its ongoing work to ensure working people earn a fair wage, the Province has released a study on the economic impact of piece rates in British Columbia.