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VICTORIA – During National Organ and Tissue Donation Awareness Week, Minister of Citizens’ Services Jinny Sims wants to remind British Columbians to register their decisions on organ donation at any Service BC office.
VANCOUVER – Following the March 13, 2018, funding announcement of $38 million for five regional projects, partners and stakeholders gathered to celebrate the people and communities that will benefit from this investment, announced Minister of Citizens’ Services, Jinny Sims.
VICTORIA – The B.C. government’s work to connect all British Columbians to high-speed internet continues with more than $38 million in federal, provincial and partner funding for five major connectivity projects in rural and First Nations and Indigenous communities, Minister of Citizens’ Services Jinny Sims announced today.
ABBOTSFORD – The Province of British Columbia is building the first new courthouse in 20 years to improve access to justice and meet the increasing demand for judicial services in one of B.C.’s fastest-growing regions. A preferred proponent team has now been selected for the Abbotsford law courts project.
VICTORIA – A new public engagement website provides the people of B.C. with an opportunity to provide input on ways to improve how Freedom of Information (FOI) requests and privacy protection operate in B.C., Minister of Citizens’ Services Jinny Sims announced today.
VICTORIA – Budget 2018 carves a new path to shared prosperity for everyone in the province with a made-in-B.C. child-care plan, a comprehensive housing plan and record levels of capital investment in every corner of the province, Finance Minister Carole James announced today.
VICTORIA – The British Columbia government is asking parents, educators and citizens of all backgrounds to take a moment and reflect on how we can work to create a safer internet for everyone — especially young people.
KELOWNA – Rural and remote communities in the North and Central Okanagan are now enjoying the benefits of a high-speed internet connection, thanks to funding from the provincial government’s Connecting British Columbia program.
NANAIMO – Since 2015, 60,000 British Columbians have registered to give the gift of life, thanks to a valuable partnership between Service BC and BC Transplant.
VANCOUVER – On January 17, 2018, a federal Connect to Innovate project called ‘Connected Coast’ was announced by the federal and provincial governments. The joint $45.4 million investment provides funding to two recipients – CityWest and Strathcona Regional District to install a new sub-sea fibre-optic cable from Prince Rupert to Vancouver with landings at multiple coastal communities along its route. Through a combined investment of $45.4 million, the Government of Canada, in partnership with the Government of British Columbia, is bringing new or improved high-speed internet to 154 rural and remote communities, enabling residents to get online. List of communities that will benefit from investment in the Connected Coast project.
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