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VICTORIA – B.C.’s commercial greenhouse operators have until May 19, 2014, to take advantage of the B.C. government’s 2014 greenhouse carbon tax relief grant program.
MERRITT – The B.C. government is investing $513,000 to help increase the number of early childhood educators throughout the province.
VANCOUVER – The Province is joining forces with a leading-edge, not-for-profit research institute to help advance a bio-friendly technology that will expand the market for B.C. wood fibre and help secure jobs in the forest industry, Minister of Forests, Lands and Natural Resource Operations Steve Thomson announced today.
NORTH VANCOUVER – The 2013-14 influenza season in British Columbia set records with 1.4 million vaccine doses distributed and 80% of health-care workers vaccinated, said Health Minister Terry Lake.
VICTORIA – The Victoria Highland Games Association will become the new tenant of the historic Craigflower Manor effective April 17, 2014, Forests, Lands and Natural Resource Operations Minister Steve Thomson announced today.
VANCOUVER – More Than a Roof has been selected to manage and operate a 53-unit rental housing development for low-income independent seniors and people with disabilities at the Little Mountain site in Vancouver.
COURTENAY – B.C.’s first Aboriginal Social Enterprise Day was celebrated today with the unveiling of a symbolic logo designed by Kwakwaka’wakw artist Andy Everson, grandson of the late Kómoks First Nation Hereditary Chief Andy Frank.
VANCOUVER – The B.C. Ministry of International Trade is partnering with the BC Innovation Council and the Canadian Consulate (New York) to offer B.C. women in technology the opportunity to access the lucrative New York City market via its Canadian Technology Accelerator program.
VICTORIA – Environment Minister Mary Polak has issued the following statement on Earth Day:
VANCOUVER – Some British Columbians could be smiling a little brighter thanks to $96,000 for dental programs for low-income children and adults this year, announced Ministry of Social Development and Social Innovation Minister Don McRae.
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