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Latest MLA News

  • New high-speed Internet on the way

    Families and communities with high-speed Internet access will benefit from $2.5 million in upgrades as part of up to a $10 million investment by the…

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  • New stable, predictable funding for Community Visitor Services

    BURNS LAKE – A new, three-year base funding model for community visitor services centres in the Nechako Lakes region will ensure more stable and predictable…

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  • More health care assistants to be trained in Burns Lake

    BURNS LAKE – The B.C. government is providing $306,000 toward 36 additional health care assistant spaces at College of New Caledonia Burns Lake and Quesnel…

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  • Students head back to school

    VANDERHOOF – It’s an exciting time for parents and students as about 4,250 students from Nechako Lakes head back to school today. The world is…

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Speech from the Throne

Throne 2015

The government’s Speech From the Throne outlined B.C.’s agenda to create jobs and opportunity throughout British Columbia – growing a diverse economy to fund vital public services. Learn more.

Government News Releases

  • Statement from the Minister of Children and Family Development

    Minister of Children and Family Development Stephanie Cadieux released the following statement in response to the Representative for Children and Youth’s (RCY) latest report:

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  • Third agreement honours Aboriginal culture and history

    To further strengthen and support Aboriginal student achievement and success the Ministry of Education and School District 35 signed their third Aboriginal Education Enhancement Agreement today.

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  • Proposed minister’s bylaw standard for agri-tourism released

    Following up on the commitment announced by Agriculture Minister Norm Letnick at the annual convention of the Union of British Columbia Municipalities, consultation with local governments has begun on the development of a minister’s bylaw standard regarding agri-tourism in the Agricultural Land Reserve (ALR).

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  • Government takes further action on workplace safety

    With the introduction of Bill 35, government has taken decisive action to address the Lakeland and Babine coroner’s inquest recommendations that were directed to the Ministry of Jobs, Tourism and Skills Training and Responsible for Labour.

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