Christy Clark
02/22/2017 at 19:02. Facebook
I'm so proud of what Pink Shirt Day has become over the past decade. Bullying is not a rite of passage or a learning experience that all kids need to go through. Bullying is wrong and it needs to end. Thank you to British Columbians who are coming together today to help make that happen.
Christy Clark
02/19/2017 at 21:59. Facebook
This Tuesday, we’ll be delivering our 5th balanced budget. In it, we're going to make sure you can keep more of your hard earned money. Because when the plan is working and government has more money than it needs, I believe it should give that money back to you.
We're lucky to call BC home - and we have a responsibility to protect it for future generations. That's why we're investing $150 million in the Forest Enhancement Society of BC - so they can continue preventing and mitigating wildfires, improving damaged or low valued forests and wildlife habitat, and treating forests to improve greenhouse gas management.

Over the next 10 years, we’re going...
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Standing up for BC workers and families requires a united front with the federal government and industry to get a fair deal on softwood - and we're not going to stop until we do.

Although we’ve made major progress in opening up new export markets for BC products and reducing our reliance on the US, the softwood lumber dispute is a serious concern. So we're working with the federal government...
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For the past several years, we have been working hard with communities and First Nations across the province, walking a new path towards reconciliation.

These agreements with the Metlakatla First Nation and Lax Kw'alaams Band aren't the first . But as we continue to work every day to forge a new, better partnership – there will be many more to come.
Back to Victoria to keep working towards a better future for all British Columbians.

That means more investment in the services we all depend on, more good-paying jobs, keeping the dream of home ownership within reach, and keeping more of your hard-earned money. That's what matters.

And that's what we're working on - every single day.
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Our BC Liberal Party Island team is working on a Vancouver Island platform specifically designed to boost the sectors that define the Island’s economy, like tech, agriculture, tourism, and craft beer, liquor, and wine.

That started today in Victoria, during a great discussion on new ideas and new policies with candidates and Platform Chair Don McRae. Michelle Stilwell had a previous...
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Our government is standing up and fighting for BC’s forest workers and their families. I announced today that we are preparing to name a special envoy on softwood to the U.S. from British Columbia.

This person will be based at the Canadian Embassy in Washington, DC with a singular task of advocating for BC’s interests, and making sure BC’s voice, and the voice of BC’s forest workers is being...
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Kamloops is growing fast - and the services people depend on need to grow with them. That's why we're moving forward with a new $417 million Patient Care Tower at Royal Inland Hospital. It means more single patient rooms, more surgeries performed closer to home - and much more space for new parents and babies. It also builds on on the record health investments we’re making across BC - so we...
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Province greenlights $417-million tower at Royal Inland Hospital; largest-ever construction project in Kamloops - Kamloops This Week

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Protectionism is on the rise. That’s why now, more than ever, we need to support B.C’s natural resource industry - so its people can continue to draw a paycheque and take care of the people that they love. I am determined to protect and grow our forestry, mining, and energy sectors. We must always stand up for all of B.C.
Now more than ever, diversity & inclusiveness is what makes us the envy of the world - and that's not going to change. To everyone celebrating Lunar New Year, I wish you a peaceful and prosperous Year of the Rooster. Gong Hei Fat Choi.
Because we should talk about these things. #BellLetsTalk
For students at North Island College's new trades training facility, the future is bright. BC is looking at nearly one million job openings in the next decade, and they'll have the skills to be first in line - a fundamental part of the BC Jobs Plan.
Creating jobs has always been at the foundation of our plan to put British Columbians first. We work to create jobs because that’s the single best way take care of the people we love, and give British Columbians more ways to build their own lives.

Today’s BC Jobs Plan update builds on our progress over the past five years, and ensures that we’re creating jobs and opportunity in every region...
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Our forest industry is a key part of our growing, diverse economy. Here in BC, we do forestry right – creating jobs and opportunity for people while protecting our environment.

We're making significant investments to support the future of the sector, with $455 million invested to date in Forests for Tomorrow, and $85 million to the new Forest Enhancement Society of BC. And we're diversifying...
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The message I heard in Prince Rupert and Lax Kw'alaams Band today was clear: the Northwest is ready for more jobs and opportunity.

We're working every day to make sure the opportunities are there for the next generation to live, work, and thrive in one of the most beautiful places in the world.
The decision to approve or deny any pipeline construction was always going to be made in Ottawa by the Trudeau government. Our role has been to stand up and fight for BC, and protect our ocean, coastline, and way of life – and as of today we have secured what we insisted upon.

Thanks to our strong and consistent stand over the past 4 and a half years on the 5 conditions, our neighbours,...
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This Christmas, in communities throughout British Columbia, homes will be filled with warmth, love, and the spirit of giving.

For many of us, Christmas is the celebration of the birth of Jesus Christ, the only Son of God. For all of us, the holiday season is a chance to spend time with the people we love.

However you choose to celebrate the season, we can best honour the spirit of Christmas...
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British Columbians work hard to save up for their first home. For first time buyers, scraping together that down payment can be the hardest part. We want to make sure British Columbians and their families are able to achieve the dream of home ownership and that’s why we launched our BC H.O.M.E. Partnership Program. To help British Columbians buy that first home. Build their savings. Build...
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