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VICTORIA – Regulatory changes under the Youth Criminal Justice Act (YCJA) announced today support the Province’s actions to discourage youth from joining gangs and engaging in criminal activity.
BURNABY – B.C. recognized 19 local crime fighters today with Community Safety and Crime Prevention awards, including an 88-year woman, a police officer who started a youth wrestling program, and a doctor who teaches students about sexual exploitation.
MERRITT – As part of B.C.’s Skills for Jobs Blueprint, Nicola Valley Institute of Technology (NVIT) will build a new trades training facility where Aboriginal students can receive training for jobs in the liquefied natural gas industry and other in-demand sectors.
PRINCE GEORGE – The Wood Innovation and Design Centre (WIDC), one of the tallest contemporary wood buildings in North America, officially opened today, on budget and on time, further positioning B.C. as a leader in wood innovation and design.
VICTORIA – British Columbians are reminded they can participate in advance voting Nov. 5, 2014, for the upcoming general local election on Nov. 15, 2014.
KELOWNA – Premier Christy Clark was joined by local technology entrepreneurs today to mark the beginning of construction on the much-anticipated Okanagan Centre for Innovation, a leading edge technology centre for the region.  
SALMON ARM – A local historical gem received a thorough polishing and upgrade, thanks to a partnership between the government of B.C. and the Salmon Arm Museum and Heritage Association that gave four local people work experience.
SURREY – Simon Fraser University was awarded $12.6 million to support 15 research projects as part of $42.6 million in research funding allocated to six public post-secondary institutions in British Columbia.
VICTORIA – With the global marketplace expanding, attracting business and improving productivity means being competitive. What are some of challenges B.C. businesses face? How can a business compete? Those are a couple of questions that will be asked as part of the Competitiveness BC forums taking place throughout the province.
KAMLOOPS – The Thompson River steelhead fishery has been extended until Dec. 31, 2014, following confirmation of sufficient returns.
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