Improvements for Highway 7 support safe efficient travels in and around Maple Ridge
Investing in safe and efficient transportation infrastructure is critical to connecting communities, helping our businesses compete, and creating a strong economy and middle class.
Province eliminates personal limits on out-of-province liquor
British Columbians visiting other provinces and territories are now able to bring home liquor products for personal consumption without any restrictions or limits.
Five thousand people are alive today because of organ transplants
A 31-year-old Mission man is grateful for another chance at life after receiving a kidney transplant last month from a living donor, making him the 5,000th person in British Columbia alive today because of an organ transplant.
McKenzie interchange takes shape with bridge beam placement
People travelling through the Highway 1/McKenzie Avenue interchange project will see a big change as the precast concrete box beams for the future Highway 1 underpass are lifted into place this weekend, July 20 and 21, 2019.
Provincial, federal governments and First Nations work together to address Big Bar rockslide
Justin Trudeau, Prime Minister of Canada, and B.C. Premier John Horgan have confirmed their joint determination to do everything possible to ensure Fraser River chinook, steelhead, coho and sockeye are able to navigate past the Big Bar slide to their spawning grounds.
New Quesnel Junior school will benefit students for decades
A new Quesnel Junior school (QJS) will give students the 21st-century learning environment they deserve in a safe and modern facility.