Current Public Engagements

B.C. government has put a concerted emphasis on involving British Columbians in the programs, policies and services that directly affect their lives. As a result the Citizen Engagement Team was formalized within Government Communications and Public Engagement to help ministries create engagement …

Report on Proportional Representation

Read the full report from the Attorney General here. David Eby, Attorney General, has released a report detailing the results of the citizen engagement on electoral reform, which informed his 18 recommendations to cabinet for how the fall 2018 referendum …

Province invests in new homes for women fleeing violence

Through the new Building BC: Women’s Transition Housing Fund, the province will invest $734 million over the next 10 years to build and operate 1,500 new units of housing for women and children escaping dangerous situations. Read more at: https://news.gov.bc.ca/releases/2018PREM0034-001019  …

Buccaneer Days in Esquimalt

Great fun on a glorious day marching in the Buccaneer Days Parade in Esquimalt with our Member of Parliament Randall Garrison. Thanks to everybody who joined us for the walk and who shouted out greetings along the way!  

Tech & Innovation Investments

To help spark B.C. innovation, economic growth and new jobs, the provincial government is investing in tech-based research and advanced training opportunities in all parts of the province, Premier John Horgan announced today at the #BCTECH Summit. We’re helping inspire …

National Day of Mourning

Premier John Horgan has issued the following statement in recognition of the National Day of Mourning, for workers killed and injured in the workplace: “On this National Day of Mourning, Canadians will observe a moment of silence, to honour people …

Province Welcomes New Lt. Governor

Premier John Horgan offered his congratulations today to Janet Austin, OBC, on being sworn in as British Columbia’s 30th lieutenant governor. “It’s a privilege to welcome Janet Austin as the new Lieutenant Governor to British Columbia,” said Premier Horgan. “She …