Supports for youth in care extended another year

Youth and young adults set to transition from government care will be able to stay in their living arrangements for up to one additional year as the Province extends COVID-19 emergency measures. “Youth and young adults in our care deserve …

COVID-19 ICBC customer rebates to average $190

ICBC customers will receive one-time rebates averaging $190 this spring – their part of $600 million that was saved due to a major decrease in crashes and costs as the COVID-19 pandemic took hold. “Our work to make life more …

Applications open for BC Parks Student Ranger Program

Young adults interested in working outdoors this summer and playing a key role in environmental stewardship can now apply for the BC Parks Student Ranger Program. The Student Ranger Program offers 48 young adults training and employment opportunities in B.C.’s …

New funding helps people with disabilities return to work

People with developmental disabilities who are eligible for Community Living BC (CLBC) services will get support to return to the workforce and increase their digital literacy. The support comes from a $10-million investment from the Province to expand contracted employment …

Fee cap keeps new child care spaces affordable

A cap on fees for new child care facilities receiving the Child Care Fee Reduction Initiative (CCFRI) will help keep new child care spaces affordable for B.C. families. “Our Childcare BC plan is working to make life more affordable for …