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Carole James
MLA for Victoria-Beacon Hill and BC's Minister of Finance and Deputy Premier
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John Horgan Jun 21
Today is a time to celebrate and honour the diverse cultures, knowledge, economies, governance, history and resilience of Indigenous peoples who have lived on this land since time immemorial.
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Carole James Jun 20
Indigenous people have a right to the repatriation of their ancestors’ remains. Canada's first Indigenous Repatriation Handbook will serve as a resource to support Indigenous communities in their journey of repatriating their cultural heritage.
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Rob Fleming Jun 19
For the first time, teacher standards will include a commitment to truth, Reconciliation and healing. Education is key to Reconciliation and educators are essential role models for change.
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John Horgan Jun 18
We are disappointed that the federal government has re-approved a project that poses great risks to our coast, our environment and our economy.
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John Horgan Jun 17
As we remember and pay tribute to the fallen workers on the anniversary of the Second Narrows Bridge collapse, we need to continue to learn from the past and improve working conditions to ensure all workers return home safely at the end of the day.
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John Horgan Jun 13
Canada's a Big Country, but tonight it feels like we're all in Toronto. Congrats to the on their massive win from BC!
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Carole James Jun 13
Money laundering is not just a BC problem. It’s a national issue. If we don’t fight this from coast-to-coast, criminals will continue to expose loopholes in our system. We need strong federal action following BC’s lead and today’s Summit was a good next step.
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Carole James Jun 13
Money laundering is not just a BC problem. It’s a national issue. If we don’t fight this from coast-to-coast, criminals will continue to expose loopholes in our system. We need strong federal action following BC’s lead and today’s Summit was a good next step.
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BC Government News Jun 12
We're keeping children safe by raising the age a child can work in BC without a permit from 12 to 16 and ensuring they are not hired to do dangerous work.
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Carole James Jun 12
From fueling the overdose crisis to driving up the cost of homes, people in BC have paid the price for money laundering. That's why we've launched an open, independent public inquiry and have passed world-leading legislation to help end hidden ownership
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Carole James Jun 12
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But we know criminals don't stop at provincial borders, which is why urgent and coordinated action across Canada is required. I'm encouraged to see partners from across Canada in BC to learn about the work we're doing to end .
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Carole James Jun 12
From fueling the overdose crisis to driving up the cost of homes, people in BC have paid the price for money laundering. That's why we've launched an open, independent public inquiry and have passed world-leading legislation to help end hidden ownership
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Carole James Jun 8
Climate change isn’t just an environmental issue — it’s economic too. BC is working with partners like California Governor ’s office to reduce climate pollution, and build a strong, sustainable economy that works for everyone.
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John Horgan Jun 7
Last season, far too many fires were caused by people. We need everyone in the province to be extra careful this year. Learn more at and follow for all the latest information. Take care this weekend.
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Bruce Ralston Jun 7
For 22 consecutive months, B.C. has the lowest unemployment rate in Canada at 4.3%. Together, we’ve added 107,100 jobs this year. The economy in BC is holding strong, more people are working in B.C. than ever before and we’re providing better services for people.
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Carole James Jun 7
.’s plan to convert their fleet to electric will be great for the environment, and will also help reduce noise and exhaust.
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Carole James Jun 7
Great to meet California’s State Treasurer to talk about growing our sustainable economies and building a better future for people living in and .
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BC Government News Jun 6
Former youth in care attending a post-secondary institution on a tuition waiver are able to focus on their academic careers, thanks to the Youth Futures Education Fund.
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Times Colonist Jun 6
The Mustard Seed has been leasing the warehouse on Viewfield Road since 2017, but has now obtained funding to secure ownership of what is being called the Viewfield Food Security Distribution Centre.
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Carole James Jun 6
BC’s future involves zero emission vehicles – and that applies to planes too. Today I visited Washington-based which is working with BC-based to create the first all-electric commercial airline fleet. Amazing example of innovation in our region.
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