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CAMPBELL RIVER – Up to 15 people will gain new skills and training as community support or mental health care workers in the Campbell River area thanks to funding from the Government of British Columbia.
FORT ST. JOHN – Construction crews start work this week to resurface 21.4 kilometres of side roads in the North Peace, making the drive safer and smoother for travellers.
VICTORIA – More than five million illegal cigarettes were taken off the street last year.
SOOKE – Future generations of wild salmon in the Salish Sea are being supported through the federal and provincial governments’ funding of the Creation of Salmon Conservation Facility in Sooke.
CLINTON – A new job-creation partnership project will help Indigenous peoples in and around Clinton gain valuable skills in trail building, while providing the community with enhanced outdoor multi-use recreation spaces.
VICTORIA – Adrian Dix, Minister of Health, and Dr. Bonnie Henry, B.C.’s provincial health officer, have issued the following joint statement regarding updates on the novel coronavirus (COVID-19) response in British Columbia:
WILLIAMS LAKE – In the spirit of reconciliation and co-operation, the Province has purchased ranch lands for the Xatśūll First Nation (Soda Creek Indian Band) as part of treaty negotiations with the Northern Secwepemc te Qelmucw (NStQ).
KAMLOOPS – With the help of additional funding through the Province’s 10-year housing plan, 60 new affordable rental homes are under construction in Kamloops.
LANGLEY – Construction is starting this month on a new 15-room hospice residence in Langley at 219a Street and 52 Avenue.
SURREY – People and families living in Surrey will soon have access to more quality primary health-care services with the opening of a new nurse practitioner primary care clinic.
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