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Inadmissible Patrons Program launches in Surrey

The Surrey RCMP, together with the City of Surrey, BC Restaurant and Food Services Association (BCRFA) and Restaurants Canada, are launching the Inadmissible Patrons Program (IPP) in Surrey this week to further support public safety and deter individuals who are associated to violent crime from being in Surrey.


Living Wage for Families Campaign reaches 130 employers across BC

The Living Wage for Families Campaign has certified eight more Living Wage Employers from across British Columbia. More than 130 BC employers have now been certified as Living Wage Employers, representing over 19,000 staff and contractors who are earning a decent wage in their communities.


BC Film Industry Drives Demand for Electric Vehicles

In the last year $3.4 billion was generated for the BC economy by over 450 productions, according to Creative BC, the provincial agency that monitors and supports the creative economy. Production companies require skilled workers and services from more than 250 companies.


Unethical News 1130 Reporter

Canadian Christian Lobby issues a response to unethical NEWS 1130 reporter, Lauren Boothby. Keeping her media status secret and using a "Lauren Bee" alias to gain access to a private gathering of campaigners who were celebrating their hard work during local elections, Lauren Boothby fabricated a story that NEWS 1130 published as if it were not fake news.

SCOTT CONSTRUCTION GROUP EARNS AON’S COVETED PLATINUM BEST EMPLOYER AWARD

Scott Construction Group Announces Major Achievement in Corporate Culture Recognition.


BC CONSERVATIVES: DEBATE SAYS MORE ABOUT THE LIBERALS THAN ABOUT PROPORTIONAL REPRESENTATION

BC Conservative interim Leader Scott Anderson said last night's debate between the BC Liberals and the BC NDP was a pointless display of loudly delivered talking points on the subject of proportional representation (PR), but ironically useful in showing the BC Liberal's true colours.


Investing in the future of aquaculture in B.C.

BC aquaculture giants pump millions in new technologies and sea vessels.


Museum Mash returns to Touchstones Nelson

Museum Mash returns to Touchstones Nelson - bring the whole family for this fun FREE event!


Furstenau statement on Environmental Assessment Act

Sonia Furstenau, B.C. Green Caucus spokesperson for the environment, welcomed the introduction of government legislation to revitalize B.C.’s environmental assessment (EA) process.


GFID Responds to 'X' Marker Addition to BC Birth Certificates

The Province has f'X' it Up Completely: Cases To Continue in the Courts


Cannabis Driving Laws in British Columbia Canada

Marijuana became legalized in October 2018 in Canada and the federal government and the provincial government of British Columbia. It will be a good idea for us.


Musical team wins top prize with Pro Rep video

Indie filmmakers win referendum video contest, as Proportional Representation vote continues in B.C.


BC CONSERVATIVES CALL FOR FOUR PARTY DEBATE ON ELECTORAL REFORM

BC Conservative Party interim leader Scott Anderson calls for inclusion in the electoral reform debate on November 8, along with Green Leader Andrew Weaver. Currently, only the NDP and BC Liberals are slated to take part in the debate.


Following Greyhounds Departure, The Wilson's Group Introduces The BC Connector

The Wilson’s Group of Companies is excited to announce they have been awarded the Kelowna and Kamloops routes, helping to fill the void left by Greyhounds departure in Western Canada.


BC CONSERVATIVES LAUNCH LEADERSHIP RACE

The British Columbia Conservative Party is pleased to announce the launch of its 2019 Leadership Race. The nomination period begins today and ends on December 31.

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