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VICTORIA – The B.C. economy will benefit from recent federal changes to the China Transit Program that make it easier for airlines to carry eligible Chinese passengers through Vancouver International Airport (YVR), Minister of State for Tourism and Small Business Naomi Yamamoto announced today.
VANCOUVER – B.C. showcased some of the world’s most spectacular scenery to the filmmakers creating the world of Tomorrowland.
OSOYOOS – Environment Minister Mary Polak and Osoyoos Indian Band Chief Clarence Louie celebrated another step forward in their partnership agreement today announcing the official renaming of Haynes Point and Okanagan Falls provincial parks to the traditional First Nation nsyilxcen (Okanagan) place names.
VICTORIA – A freshly minted graduating class of a dozen new deputy sheriffs will be deployed to communities throughout British Columbia to protect courthouses and justice system participants, announced Attorney General and Minister of Justice Suzanne Anton today.
ABBOTSFORD – Construction is underway for a new 50-bed facility for adults living with mental-health challenges in Abbotsford.
VANCOUVER – The governments of Canada and B.C., along with community partners, celebrated the official opening of the redeveloped Kitsilano Neighbourhood House in Vancouver today.
KELOWNA – The BC Coroners Service has confirmed the identity of a man who died following a boating incident at a marina on Okanagan Lake on May 21, 2015.
VICTORIA – The May 2015 natural gas and petroleum rights sale has resulted in $252,840 in bonus bids, the second sale of the fiscal year.
MERRITT – A pioneer ranching family in the Nicola Valley is the latest recipient of British Columbia’s Century Farm Award.
ZEBALLOS – Student performances, drumming, singing and traditional music highlighted a new agreement signing today to support Aboriginal student success in the Vancouver Island West school district (SD 84).
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