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VICTORIA – Premier Christy Clark issued the following statement marking the birth of Their Royal Highnesses The Duke and Duchess of Cambridge’s second child:
VICTORIA – The BC Coroners Service would like to reassure the public that a comprehensive investigation is being conducted into the deaths of Peter Khurana and his spouse Julie Cox which occurred in Saanich on April 21, 2015.
VICTORIA – Renewed government funding of $1.96 million enables Aboriginal students, who experience a short-term financial crisis, to access emergency assistance while attending post-secondary education and training.
GRAND FORKS – Four people will be powering up some work experience building nine new campsites at the Bluejoint Creek provincial recreation site, thanks to nearly $153,000 in provincial Community and Employer Partnership funding for the Grand Forks ATV Club.
COURTENAY – The BC Association of Abattoirs is receiving more than $80,000 in Buy Local funding for two projects that look to increase consumer awareness of the local, premium meat products available in British Columbia.
VANCOUVER – On the eve of National Emergency Preparedness Week (May 3-9), and following the recent devastation in Nepal, the Province is demonstrating the impacts a major earthquake could have here at home.
VICTORIA – Surrey-Delta residents are reminded that the third and last aerial spray targeting gypsy moth is scheduled to begin Sunday, May 10, and end Wednesday, May 13 — between 5 a.m. and 7:30 a.m. — weather permitting.
VICTORIA – The Province is providing $1 million to support some of B.C.’s most vulnerable residents, those living with addictions challenges.
NELSON – The Province is once again conducting a pike reward program for anglers in southeast B.C. to help reduce the influx of invasive northern pike in the region.
VICTORIA – B.C. is providing the Canadian Red Cross with funding to support emergency disaster relief efforts in Nepal following a magnitude 7.8 earthquake last weekend.
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