Provincial state of emergency declared

The B.C. government is declaring a provincial state of emergency to mitigate impacts on transportation networks and movement of essential goods and supplies, and to support the provincewide response and recovery from the widespread damage caused by severe flooding and …

Province takes aim at banning problem plastics

People in British Columbia continue to take action to remove problem plastics from communities and the natural environment. New legislation will mean the Province can move more quickly to remove plastic debris through phased-in provincewide product bans. Changes under new …

B.C. launches stronger climate plan for a better future

British Columbia is launching a stronger, more ambitious climate plan to deliver on its commitment to reduce climate pollution and build a cleaner, stronger economy for people throughout B.C. The CleanBC Roadmap to 2030 plan accelerates measures in B.C.’s continent-leading …

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 …