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We recognize the detrimental impact of the pandemic on artists, companies and industries in B.C.’s creative sector. That’s why we’re continuing to invest in recovery efforts for creative industries by providing $2.5 million through the Amplify BC program. This investment will support …

Milestone Anti-Racism Data Act

Information results in better public policy. As I write this, I am listening to the debate at second reading of Bill 24, Anti-Racism Data Act. Even Opposition speakers are calling it a milestone. This legislation was co-developed with Indigenous Peoples and …

Helping more British Columbians visit the dentist

The Province is helping more British Columbians with low incomes receive much-needed dental care. Not-for-profit clinics will receive $2.8 million in new support over the next three years to ensure they can continue providing life-changing dental care for people in …

Ukrainians fleeing violence get immediate MSP coverage

Displaced Ukrainians arriving in B.C. with visas issued under the federal Canada-Ukraine Authorization for Emergency Travel (CUAET) will now have access to date-of-arrival Medical Services Plan (MSP) coverage. Government is encouraging those arriving in British Columbia from Ukraine under the …

Recovery Support Coming for B.C.’s Art, Culture Sector

NDP MLAs say strengthened recovery funding will help support local artists and organizations in Burnaby BURNABY – New Democrat MLAs Janet Routledge, Raj Chouhan, Katrina Chen, and Anne Kang say strengthened support from the BC New Democrat government will help local …

Travel Restrictions in BC

Statement from Public Safety Minister Mike Farnworth: “It is unfortunate that we must enforce a travel ban, but it is necessary for the health and safety of everyone. Most British Columbians know they have a part to play in helping …