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KELOWNA – More people experiencing homelessness in Kelowna will soon have a safe and warm space to stay as the Province is partnering with a new service provider to open a temporary shelter for people in need.
VICTORIA – As part of its ongoing work to ensure working people earn a fair wage, the Province has released a study on the economic impact of piece rates in British Columbia.
VICTORIA – Santa could have less soot to contend with in 15 B.C. communities this Christmas.
KITIMAT – People in Kitimat have a new tool to track the concentration of sulphur dioxide in the local airshed.
VICTORIA – After a successful first year of targeting speculators, the speculation and vacancy tax’s (SVT) second year will see the tax rate for foreign owners and satellite families rise to 2%.
MACKENZIE – People in the Fort George and Peace regions will immediately benefit from the opening of the wider, safer Parsnip River Bridge on Highway 97 North, approximately 30 kilometres south of Mackenzie.
VICTORIA – Premier John Horgan has released the following statement on the 71st anniversary of the adoption of the Universal Declaration on Human Rights by the United Nations General Assembly:
SALT SPRING ISLAND – Seniors with low to middle incomes will soon benefit from 22 new affordable rental homes, as construction begins on the expansion of Croftonbrook.
SECHELT – New programs throughout the province will support British Columbians who face multiple barriers to employment to build the skills they need to embark on new careers.
SURREY – A second hospital is coming to Surrey. 
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