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VICTORIA – Premier Christy Clark has issued the following statement marking Diwali:
VICTORIA – A comprehensive and competitive income tax applicable to the LNG industry gives proponents the certainty they need to make investment decisions while ensuring British Columbians receive the revenues they deserve from this new industry, Finance Minister Michael de Jong said with the introduction of Bill 6, the Liquefied Natural Gas Income Tax Act in the B.C. legislature today.
VICTORIA – Health Minister Terry Lake has issued the following update on the health-care system’s preparation for the low likelihood of a case of Ebola in B.C.:
VICTORIA – As Parliamentary Secretary for Seniors to the Minister of Health, my job is to listen to the concerns of B.C.’s seniors and talk with them about what our government is doing to improve their lives.
VICTORIA – People at risk of homelessness, including youth, women, Aboriginal people and those leaving correctional facilities or hospitals in Victoria now have expanded access to rental assistance and support services with the launch of the new Homeless Prevention Program.
VICTORIA – The Ministry of Agriculture today announced an agreement with Vancouver Island University to research the Mazzaella japonica harvest for the 2014 season. Mazzaella japonica was inadvertently introduced to B.C. waters in the early 1900’s.
VICTORIA – Environment Minister Mary Polak today introduced legislation that ensures British Columbia will have the cleanest liquefied natural gas facilities in the world.
BURNABY – Adults 55 and older with developmental disabilities can get help during the transition to their senior years through a new service model in Burnaby.
NANAIMO – Youth with developmental disabilities between the ages of 16 and 24 years can get help during the transition to adulthood through a new service model launched in the Nanaimo and Courtenay areas last fall.  
PRINCE GEORGE – Youth with developmental disabilities between the ages of 16 and 24 years can get help during the transition to adulthood through a new service model launched in Prince George and Haida Gwaii last fall.
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