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  • Nechako and northwest communities receive grants-in-lieu of property taxes

    FORT ST. JAMES – The B.C. government has distributed $300,568.06 in grants-in-lieu to Nechako and northwest communities for municipal property taxes. The communities receiving grants…

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  • Government awards funding for anti-racism programs

    VANDERHOOF – Nechako Healthy Community Alliance, College of New Caledonia, the Burns Lake Ts’iyanne Buts’udilhit’ Friendship Centre Society and the Smithers Bridging Committee have each…

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  • Funding for Northern Brain Injury Association

    TERRACE – The Northern Brain Injury Association is receiving $91,252 from the B.C. government to support people with acquired brain injuries. Funding will enhance services…

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  • Lighting to improve safety in Topley

    TOPLEY – Lighting is now installed at a Topley rest area thanks to a $40,000 investment from the B.C. government. “Increasing the safety of our…

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Speech from the Throne

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Government News Releases

  • Mount Polley short-term discharge permit approved

    After thorough public consultation, the Province has approved Mount Polley Mining Corporation’s application for a short-term permit to treat and then discharge water outside of the mine site.

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  • More affordable housing under construction in Victoria

    Families and individuals with low incomes will soon have increased access to affordable rental homes near Downtown Victoria, as construction is underway on Wilson’s Walk, a new 108-unit mixed-income apartment building.

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  • New dedicated left-turn lane on Highway 1 at Gardi Road

    A dedicated left-turn lane on Highway 1 at Gardi Road near Kamloops has opened to traffic, improving safety for local residents, tourists and commercial drivers.

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  • B.C. appoints new provincial court judges

    The B.C. Government is appointing four new provincial court judges to ensure the court continues to provide access to justice.

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