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Premier’s Awards for Excellence in Education winners, finalists celebrated

In a ceremony at Government House, Premier John Horgan provided awards to winners of the Premier’s Awards for Excellence in Education, which recognize exceptional...

Potential tax relief on the way for B.C. small businesses, non-profits

Small businesses and non-profit organizations paying high property taxes because of future development potential may see some financial relief through new municipal property tax rate...

NDP ignores key recommendations in budget consultation report

VICTORIA – As the Select Standing Committee on Finance and Government Services presents the Report on the Budget 2023 Consultation in the Legislature today,...

Programs support families, make sport more accessible

The Province is highlighting several commitments to programs that make sporting activities more affordable for families and empower under-represented children and youth to jump...

Hindu Temple, Abbotsford, and Hope Gurukul, in BC, Canada jointly organized...

Hindu Temple, Abbotsford, and Hope Gurukul, in BC, Canada jointly organized Ganpati Visarjan (Ganesh Ji’s Idol Immersion) on September 09, 2022, in Hope...

B.C. scientists hopeful in fight against mites that puncture and kill...

Surrey: Chemistry professor Erika Plettner gestures towards beehives surrounded by tall, dry grasses as she explains the multiple pressures facing honeybees worldwide. Pesticides, pathogens and...

40 residents of Vancouver street camp accept accommodation: BC Housing

Vancouver: Forty people who were living in a street encampment on Vancouver’s Downtown Eastside that is being cleared by city workers have accepted offers...

City breaks ground on the Cloverdale Sport & Ice Complex

Surrey, B.C.: The City of Surrey has begun construction of a new destination sports complex in Cloverdale. Once complete, this new arena will increase...

Rural Indigenous students benefit from new mobile training units

Post-secondary students in rural and remote Indigenous communities throughout B.C. will soon have better access to health-care and technology training close to home. The B.C....

$118M to support B.C. family doctors, keep clinics open until...

Vancouver: Family doctors in British Columbia will be eligible for an average $25,000 each to help tide them over until a new compensation model...

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