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VICTORIA – Thirty-seven community-based organizations will share close to $350,000 in Giving Voice grants to fund programs aimed at stopping violence against Aboriginal women and girls, by changing behaviours and attitudes, and mobilizing communities.
VICTORIA – The Columbia Basin Regional Advisory Committee provides a First Nation and community voice that will help inform hydroelectric operations planning in the Columbia Basin and potential future improvements to the Columbia River Treaty.
VANCOUVER – While you’re out shopping and socializing this holiday season, triple your gifting impact and purchase your holiday treats, decorations, gifts or meals in a way that has a positive social impact in your community.
RICHMOND – Building on the momentum of an agreement between the City of Qingdao in Shandong Province, China and the Province of British Columbia, Minister of International Trade Teresa Wat met with the vice-mayor of Qingdao in Richmond today.
VICTORIA – All districts and unions representing education support staff that signed on under the provincial framework agreement negotiated this summer now have ratified agreements in place.
VICTORIA – With holidays just around the corner and many employers increasing staff hours and hiring temporary employees to meet the holiday rush, it’s important to know the details of who is entitled to statutory holiday pay or extra pay under B.C.’s Employment Standards Act.
VICTORIA – Doctors’ offices and pharmacies are often closed or have reduced hours over the holidays, resulting in increased numbers at hospital emergency departments. You can avoid some of these visits by planning ahead.
VICTORIA – This holiday season is a great opportunity to visit with family and friends and enjoy some festive seasonal treats, and it’s important to eat well and work in some exercise to help support a healthier lifestyle year-round.
VICTORIA – The BC Coroners Service has made public a report examining the number of homicides resulting from intimate partner violence (IPV) over the past decade.
VICTORIA – Thanks to expanded cell phone coverage and high-speed Internet more B.C. families will be connected this year. New programs, expanded fibre optic networks and ongoing community and school connection upgrades means families making memories or tracking Santa via the Internet and mobile devices this holiday season will be easier than ever in 2014.
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