Posts Tagged: government

Advocates slam BC government ads meant to fight overdose crisis

An advocacy group is calling out the B.C. government for a string of advertisements meant to ease the stigma around drug use, saying the ads ignore … Google Alert –...

BC government releases public construction terms

The B.C. government has released its master union agreement for the Pattullo Bridge replacement project, with an estimate that the lengthy provisions … Google Alert – tofino

Government sets full-time salary range for Justin Trudeau's nanny

The nanny caring for Prime Minister Justin Trudeau's kids has been given a full-time salary and a slight pay increase compared with the reported … Google Alert – tofino

Canadian government threatens to retaliate if Trump imposes auto tariffs

The federal government has sent a blunt warning to the Trump administration — if it slaps Canada with auto tariffs, Canada will hit back. Canada's … Google Alert – tofino

BC VIEWS: Do we need another layer of green government oversight?

The B.C. NDP government is getting set to deliver on another key promise to its minority government partner, the B.C. Green Party, with an overhaul of … Google Alert –...

Disney production filming at Victoria's Government House today

Film crews were working away inside Government House on Thursday filming a Disney movie. Outside the home of B.C.'s lieutenant governor, … Google Alert – tofino

Trans Mountain pipeline spill much larger than BC government first reported

Officials say a spill in B.C. from Kinder Morgan's Trans Mountain pipeline two weeks ago was 48 times larger than initially reported. The Ministry of … Google Alert – tofino

Woodlands survivors to be given $10000 compensation by the BC government

The B.C. government will be compensating f ormer residents and survivors of the Woodlands institution, following years of sexual, physical and psychological abuse eventually leading to its closure. ....

BC government to increase access to MRI exams

The NDP government announced Tuesday that 37,000 more magnetic resonance imaging, or MRIs, will be done throughout the province by the end of March 2019, compared to the previous...

Federal government seeks public feedback on pedestrian safety

The federal government is looking for public feedback on a problem Rupertites are all too familiar with. On March 16, an online public survey was launched by the Ministry...