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“Over the last year musicians have comforted us and inspired us. Now they need our support to come back stronger than ever,” said Melanie Mark, minister of tourism, arts, culture and sport.
“Music has provided us comfort during this pandemic and the people behind the industry need our support now to come back strong in the future,” said Melanie Mark, minister of tourism, arts, culture and sport.
Bill 4 will also strengthen existing laws around armoured vehicles, body armour and aftermarket compartments criminals typically install in their vehicles to hide and transport illegal firearms and drugs.
New provincial legislation will bring local election campaign financing regulations closer to provincial rules and will modernize and strengthen tools available to investigate and enforce them.
“Our routes between Metro Vancouver and Vancouver Island account for about 60 per cent of overall ferry traffic, so we are introducing our new fare choices on these routes first,” said Mark Collins, BC Ferries’ president and CEO.
Eligible candidates must be enrolled in full-time studies in the past academic year, with intentions of returning to studies in the fall. Applications are open to adults aged 18–30.
The Committee of the whole voted to defer the motion to provide support for the project to its Feb. 9 meeting.
B.C. is investing $800,0000 across four public post-secondary institutions to meet demand and help train new community health-care workers.
Projects can include providing education, planting bee-specific forage and new technology and innovations to protect bees health, according to the province.
From Jan. 1 – Dec. 17, 2020, there were 39,322 babies born in the province.

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