British Columbians are being asked to make sure they are not accidentally taking stowaway bats for a free ride when they return from their summer travels.
The Government of British Columbia is partnering with M’akola Housing Society and Wachiay Friendship Centre Society to build 35 affordable, supportive homes for people who are at risk of homelessness, including Indigenous peoples, in Courtenay.
New protections and compensation for renters in British Columbia, who are facing eviction as a result of renovation or demolition, have officially come into effect.
Effective at noon on Wednesday, May 23, 2018, Category 2 and 3 open fires will be prohibited throughout the Cariboo Fire Centre to help prevent human-caused wildfires and protect public safety.
Leaving home to attend university was always an option for Evan Choy, but strong family values and a desire to be a present and positive role model for his younger brother kept him home in Kamloops and led him to TRU. Throughout his studies, Choy maintained a razor-sharp focus and racked up an impressive list of extracurricular accolades. All that contributed to him being chosen to represent the School of Business and Economics as valedictorian at the June 6 convocation ceremony. He admitted he …
As part of wildfire recovery efforts following the 2017 Elephant Hill wildfire, government is partnering with local First Nations to help protect and restore burnt areas and support local First Nations, as they monitor this spring’s mushroom harvest.
Michael J. Prince, the Lansdowne professor of social policy at the University of Victoria, has been appointed chair of Community Living British Columbia (CLBC) by Shane Simpson, Minister of Social Development and Poverty Reduction.
The six Tŝilhqot’in community names within the Tŝilhqot’in Nation have been adopted as official names within the Province of British Columbia.