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Christy Clark access to training will provide the skills needed for British Columbians to be first in line for future jobs.
Okanagan College’s new and expanded trades complex will launch thousands of bright futures.
British Columbia is making major investments now—not merely to keep pace, but to be prepared for continued growth.
When I’m meeting with male dignitaries, they will sometimes look across the table at the men who work for me, as if they’re in charge.
I’ve already reached out to Trudeau about our most urgent priority: A new agreement with the United States on softwood lumber.
Every human-caused wildfire is preventable. Each one unnecessarily ties up crews and resources that could be deployed elsewhere.
B.C.'s growing visibility and unbeatable quality of life will bring newcomers to our doorstep.
Hard work and innovation drive B.C.'s economy. New Okanagan Centre for Innovation in Kelowna will help it along.
With First Nation communities at the table in an atmosphere of recognition and respect, we will all be even better off.
Kelowna is making a name for itself as a centre for high-tech entrepreneurship.
Just like any growing community, transportation is a key issue on the Westside.
Government, industry, First Nations and labour share the same goal of creating more opportunity for British Columbians.
B.C. is positively teeming with small business. It represents 98 per cent of all business.
B.C.'s premier says public attitude towards bullying has to change, to take stronger stand against allowing it to happen.
But perhaps more importantly, the Throne Speech has our plan to continue growing a strong economy and create a secure tomorrow.