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VANCOUVER – To help address the increased need for liquefied natural gas (LNG) in the maritime sector, the B.C. government is joining the Vancouver Fraser Port Authority and FortisBC to establish the first ship-to-ship LNG marine refuelling — or bunkering — service on the west coast of North America.
VICTORIA – As part of government’s new approach to managing old growth in British Columbia, a two-person, independent panel is engaging British Columbians to get input and hear perspectives on managing the province’s old-growth forests for ecological, economic and cultural values.
VICTORIA – When Gary Calicdan walks into a Lush Cosmetics, he is proud of how little of his work he sees on the shelves.
VICTORIA – Darlene Hartford was overwhelmed the first time she saw the size of the bat colony living in the attic of an old school in Peachland.
GOLDEN – The Ministry of Transportation and Infrastructure invites the public to attend information sessions in Radium Hot Springs and Golden to discuss traffic management planning for the final phase of the Kicking Horse Canyon Project.
KAMLOOPS – With many parts of British Columbia experiencing colder weather and more people lighting their fireplaces and wood stoves, residents are reminded that anyone who cuts, collects or uses firewood must ensure that it is harvested legally.
STEWART – The Nass River Bridge replacement project on Highway 37 east of Stewart is complete.
COQUITLAM – “The second I open my door, they are part of my family, so they know they have someone in their corner,” says Anna Miller about the 200 youth she estimates she has fostered over the past 36 years.
VICTORIA – Significant updates to the Financial Institutions Act and Credit Union Incorporation Act will make B.C.’s regulatory framework more efficient and modern, while better protecting the financial interests of British Columbians.
VICTORIA – Landmark changes give the B.C. Securities Commission (BCSC) the strongest powers across Canada to protect people and punish fraudsters, contributing to a fair capital market and a resilient, sustainable economy that works for everyone. 
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