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  1. Farnworth statement on tsunami warning downgrade
    Statement from Minister of Public Safety Mike Farnworth:
  2. Find Your Fit tour reaches Duncan to inspire future career choices
    The Find Your Fit tour stop in Duncan is a great opportunity for students to get valuable hands-on experience with helpful career-planning tools.
  3. Open house scheduled for Highway 1 Bruhn Bridge project
    The Ministry of Transportation and Infrastructure is inviting the public to provide input at an upcoming open house, which will play an important role in the ministry’s plan to improve safety and traffic flow through Sicamous. 
  4. B.C. and Guangdong work together to open doors for businesses, create good jobs in B.C.
    Premier John Horgan kicked off his inaugural mission to Asia with a visit to British Columbia’s sister province Guangdong, China, to strengthen relationships and expand markets for the tourism, clean energy and technology sectors.
  5. Statement from Minister of Jobs, Trade and Technology on Red Tape Awareness Week
    Bruce Ralston, Minister of Jobs, Trade and Technology, has released the following statement to mark Red Tape Awareness Week:
  6. Deactivated forest service road helps protect caribou
    The Ministry of Forests, Lands, Natural Resource Operations and Rural Development is asking for the public’s help to determine who interfered with a caribou recovery program by illegally “reactivating” an intentionally closed portion of the Fisher Creek Forest Service Road.
  7. Communities celebrate Family Literacy Week
    Families throughout B.C. are coming together to explore early learning and literacy through play, with Family Literacy Week activities taking place in communities this week, Jan. 21-28.
  8. Premier, ministers depart for Asia to strengthen relationships, create good jobs in B.C.
    Premier John Horgan departed today to Guangzhou, China, as part of a 10-day mission to China, South Korea and Japan to strengthen economic and cultural ties with three of B.C.’s largest trading partners, expand markets, and create good jobs for people throughout B.C.
  9. B.C. Poverty Reduction Strategy community meeting coming to Campbell River
    A community meeting for B.C.'s first Poverty Reduction Strategy will take place in Campbell River on Wednesday, Jan. 24, 2018.
  10. Highway 14 upgrades accelerated to make life easier for South Island commuters
    Starting immediately, the Ministry of Transportation and Infrastructure will initiate construction of a number of improvements to boost safety, reduce congestion, and keep people moving along the Highway 14 corridor.