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KELOWNA – The Province is committing $8.4 million for a seven-year tree fruit replant program that supports grower’s efforts to meet consumer demands for high-value, high-quality B.C. fruit.
VICTORIA – As I reflect on the significance of Multiculturalism Week in British Columbia (Nov. 16-22, 2014), I am struck by the cultural diversity of this great province.
NELSON – By the time the Regional Visitor Gateway project wraps up in September 2015, six more people will have work experience by turning Nelson's historic CPR railway station into a state-of-the-art tourist centre and headquarters for the Nelson and District Chamber of Commerce, thanks to $176,000 in government Job Creation Partnership funding.
VICTORIA – Artists and arts administrators have until Dec. 1, 2014, to apply to the BC Arts Council for project funding to support professional development or touring initiatives.
VICTORIA – Police officers who braved armed suspects, flames and icy waters to save others, and whose remarkable work enhanced safety in their communities, were recognized tonight at Government House.
VICTORIA – International students are finding great educational opportunities in B.C. and, in many cases, are staying to take advantage of the growing economy and exceptional quality of life.
WILLIAMS LAKE – Soil and sediment samples collected along Hazeltine Creek by Mount Polley Mining Corporation between Sept. 3 and Oct. 3, 2014, are consistent with samples taken by the Ministry of Environment on Sept. 4, 2014.
VICTORIA – The Hallmark Heritage Society becomes the new tenant of the historic Craigflower Schoolhouse effective March 1, 2015, Forests, Lands and Natural Resource Operations Minister, Steve Thomson, announced today.
VICTORIA – The Nisga’a Nation is embracing an historic opportunity to actively participate in B.C.’s liquefied natural gas sector by signing an agreement that will guarantee the Nation benefits from development of the Prince Rupert Gas Transmission Pipeline (PRGT) project on Nisga’a Lands and in the Nass area.
BURNS LAKE – Eight local people are getting work experience in forestry practices and the Lake Babine Nation is taking another step toward energy self-sufficiency, thanks to a partnership with the Government of B.C. worth more than $110,000 in funding.
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