Originally broadcast on July 17, 2018 The BC Rural Dividend Program provides $25 million a year to assist rural communities with a population of 25,000 or less to reinvigorate and diversify their local economies. The program is focused on supporting projects that help rural communities navigate changes impacting their economies, such as attracting and retaining youth, using innovation to drive economic growth, and developing new and effective partnerships to support shared prosperity. The Progra …
Environment Canada has recently issued heat warnings in areas throughout B.C. The safety of the individuals we support is a top priority for us. CLBC would like to remind our service providers, families and individuals to take precautions to prevent heat-related illness during extreme heat, particularly for those who may be more vulnerable to these conditions such as the elderly, people on certain medications and those with respiratory conditions. For information on how to prevent heat related i …
Jul 17, 2018Victoria – Extremely toxic death cap mushrooms (Amanita phalloides) have been observed growing in Greater Victoria.http://www.viha.ca/about_viha/news/news_releases/nr-death-cap-mushrooms-victoria-17july2018.html
Effective at noon on Wednesday, July 18, 2018, all open burning (including campfires and Category 3 fires) will be prohibited within the Coastal Fire Centre’s jurisdiction, with the exception of Haida Gwaii and the area known as the fog zone.
First Nations, local governments and not-for-profit organizations are reminded to get their applications for the fifth intake of the BC Rural Dividend program submitted before the July 31, 2018, deadline.
The next step in innovative care for people living with mental health and addictions challenges has been unveiled at St. Paul’s Hospital in downtown Vancouver.
British Columbians will now have access to 11 new public electric vehicle (EV) charging stations added to highway rest areas, making it easier than ever to drive from one side of the province to the other in an EV. Learn more: https://news.gov.bc.ca/17613
There is still time to nominate an outstanding early childhood educator, or child care provider, for the 2018 Child Care Awards of Excellence.
Katrine Conroy, Minister of Children and Family Development, has released the following statement on the selection of Jennifer Charlesworth as the unanimously recommended candidate for B.C.’s representative for children and youth: