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CRESTON – The public is invited to participate in the annual juvenile white sturgeon release on Thursday, April 26, 2018, between 11 a.m. and 1 p.m., at the Old Ferry Landing, near Creston.
VICTORIA – The Government of British Columbia is meeting with Catalyst Paper and community stakeholders to come up with strategies to protect the paper industry in light of the U.S. decision to levy high duties against Catalyst Paper’s exports of newsprint, book publishing and printing papers, Premier John Horgan announced today.
VICTORIA – From Fort St. John to Wells, eight communities in northern British Columbia are receiving age-friendly grants to support seniors, so they can live active, safe, socially engaged and independent lives.
VICTORIA – From Kent to Surrey, four communities in the Fraser Valley are receiving age-friendly grants to support British Columbia seniors, so they can live active, safe, socially engaged and independent lives.
VICTORIA – From Ladysmith to Saanich, four communities in the Vancouver Island region are receiving age-friendly grants to support British Columbia seniors, so they can live active, safe, socially engaged and independent lives.
VICTORIA – From Powell River to West Vancouver, four communities in the Vancouver Coastal Health region are receiving age-friendly grants to support British Columbia seniors, so they can live active, safe, socially engaged and independent lives.
VICTORIA – From Cache Creek to Trail, 14 communities in the Interior are receiving age-friendly grants to support British Columbia seniors, so they can live active, safe, socially engaged and independent lives.
VICTORIA – British Columbia’s winemakers, grape growers and tourism operators are taking a step toward the establishment of a learning centre geared to their specific needs, thanks to a federally and provincially funded feasibility study for a BC Wine Centre of Excellence.
VICTORIA – The Government of British Columbia is taking action to help clean technology companies so they can expand into global markets and create good jobs for people throughout B.C., Bruce Ralston, Minister of Jobs, Trade and Technology, announced today.
VICTORIA – Workers who earn an alternate minimum wage — including liquor servers, piece-rate farm workers, resident caretakers and live-in camp leaders — will soon see a pay raise, Minister of Labour Harry Bains announced today.
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