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British Columbia 2021
The pandemic has presented many challenges for everyone in B.C’.s school system as it continues to face unprecedented times.Education Week begins Sunday, April 11, 2021, and the Ministry of Educatio...
British Columbia 2021
Nearly one million British Columbians have received their first dose of COVID-19 vaccine. The Province’s Get Vaccinated program is ramping up and is calling on everyone aged 60 and older to register...
British Columbia 2021
A provincial government investment of $150,000 will aid Camosun College in the exploration of educational opportunities for students in the B.C. film industry and the potential development of an on-ca...
British Columbia 2021
Up to 12 eligible British Columbians will get skills training to prepare them for jobs as computer network technicians in the Lower Mainland.“There continues to be a great demand for computer networ...
British Columbia 2021
Eligible greenhouse operators can now apply for carbon tax relief grants for the 2020 production year.Commercial producers in B.C. who grow vegetables, ornamental flowers and plants, forest seedlings ...
British Columbia 2021
Children in grades four and five will have an opportunity to learn how to safely ride bicycles, as these children and their schools will participate in the spring session of the Everyone Rides Grade ...
British Columbia 2021
Work is underway to ensure Oliver-area orchards, wineries and farms have a stable irrigation system to help the region’s agriculture community continue to support B.C.’s economy and food security....
British Columbia 2021
Dr. Bonnie Henry, B.C.’s provincial health officer, and Adrian Dix, Minister of Health, have issued the following joint statement regarding updates on the COVID-19 response in British Columbia:“To...
British Columbia 2021
To kick off Creative Industries Week, more than 70 community arts festivals are getting support to hold safe, entertaining activities this year.“We know how much people look forward to the amazing c...
British Columbia 2021
Premier John Horgan issued the following statement on the death of Prince Philip, Duke of Edinburgh:“Today, I join British Columbians to mourn the passing of Prince Philip, the longest serving royal...
British Columbia 2021
Ravi Kahlon, Minister of Jobs, Economy Recovery and Innovation, has issued the following statement on the release of Statistics Canada's Labour Force Survey for March 2021:“The Labour Force Survey f...
British Columbia 2021
Work on Highway 14 and Otter Point Road in Sooke is wrapping up, making travel safer and easier for people driving, cycling, walking and using transit in the area.“These are welcome improvements tha...
British Columbia 2021
On June 1, 2021, B.C. liquor servers will get a pay boost as the lower liquor server minimum wage is replaced with the general minimum wage of $15.20 an hour.“I’m proud to put an end to the discri...
British Columbia 2021
Students attending post-secondary institutions in the Interior have access to emergency assistance funding to help them cope with financial pressures caused by COVID-19.“This emergency financial ass...
British Columbia 2021
The ministry’s 2020 intentions paper outlined proposed changes to create more residential opportunities in the Agricultural Land Reserve (ALR).After hearing from farmers, ranchers, ALR landowners, t...
British Columbia 2021
Students attending post-secondary institutions in Metro Vancouver have access to emergency assistance funding to help them cope with financial pressures caused by COVID-19.“This emergency financial ...
British Columbia 2021
Students attending post-secondary institutions in the southern Lower Mainland have access to emergency assistance funding to help them cope with financial pressures caused by COVID-19.“This emergen...
British Columbia 2021
Students attending post-secondary institutions in northern British Columbia have access to emergency assistance funding to help them cope with financial pressures caused by COVID-19.“This emergency ...
British Columbia 2021
Students attending post-secondary institutions on southern Vancouver Island have access to emergency assistance funding to help them cope with financial pressures caused by COVID-19.“This emergency ...
British Columbia 2021
Students attending post-secondary institutions on northern Vancouver Island have access to emergency assistance funding to help them cope with financial pressures caused by COVID-19.“This emergency ...
British Columbia 2021
People living in Langley will soon have better access to emergency services as construction of an expanded emergency department at Langley Memorial Hospital completes.“The current emergency departme...
British Columbia 2021
"Point in Time" Regulation Content Taxation (Rural Area) Act Re Taxation Notices for 2018 B.C. Reg. 110/2018 [ ]Regulation BEFORE repealed by BC Reg 74/2021, effective March 11, 2021. B.C. Reg. 1...
British Columbia 2021
B.C. Reg. 110/2018 O.C. 278/2018 Deposited June 8, 2018 REPEALED BY B.C. REG. 74/2021 EFFECTIVE MARCH 11, 2021 [Link to Point in Time](https://www.bclaws.gov.bc.ca/civix/document/id/complete/statreg...
British Columbia 2021
B.C. Regulations Bulletin No. 13 – April 6, 2021 B.C. Regulations 100/2021 – 104/2021 Links under the heading "Order" go to a PDF scan of the original Order. Links under the heading "B.C. Reg." g...
British Columbia 2021
Cumulative B.C. Regulations Bulletin 2021 This cumulative bulletin is current to April 6, 2021 – B.C. Regulations Bulletin No. 13 (B.C. Regulations 1/2021 – 104/2021). The B.C. Regulations Bulle...