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VICTORIA – Students with a passion for robotics will now have more opportunities to develop their science, technology, engineering and math (STEM) skills and explore career opportunities, thanks to a one-time $250,000 provincial government grant provided to First Robotics BC.
HORNE LAKE – Anglers fishing in Horne Lake this year have a unique opportunity to be rewarded with gift cards for catching tagged cutthroat trout.
SURREY – Two new Surrey schools – Grandview Heights Secondary and a Douglas-area elementary school – are now under construction and will provide more than 2,100 new student spaces by 2021.
VICTORIA – Premier John Horgan has issued the following statement in response to a deal that has been reached between Canada and the United States. The deal lifts a 25% steel tariff and a 10% aluminum tariff imposed by the United States in May 2018 during North America Free Trade Agreement talks:
VICTORIA – In collaboration with B.C. law enforcement and the public, the Investigations Unit in B.C.’s Ministry of Finance seized more than 5.75 million grams of contraband tobacco destined for Vancouver streets over fiscal year 2018-19.
KELOWNA – The Province is working with the City of Kelowna and community partners to continue Cornerstone shelter operations at 425 Leon Ave. to help people experiencing homelessness while permanent housing options are built.
VANCOUVER – All 60 B.C. school districts and several independent schools have joined the B.C. SOGI Educator Network to further help educators make schools safe and inclusive for students of all sexual orientations and gender identities (SOGI).
VICTORIA – Nearly all speculation and vacancy tax (SVT) declarations are complete and the tax is capturing speculators who own homes in B.C. but do not pay tax here.
VICTORIA – Premier John Horgan has issued the following statement recognizing the International Day Against Homophobia, Transphobia and Biphobia:
LANGLEY – A two-hour education session is being offered in Langley as part of a new school-based gang prevention program to provide parents with practical knowledge on how to help prevent their children from getting involved in youth gangs.
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