New program makes saving energy more affordable

Starting Sept. 28, 2018, British Columbians can apply for new incentives to help them spend less on a retrofitted home or business project. EfficiencyBC, along with partner programs, will provide up to $14,000 for a home and $200,000 for a …

B.C. seniors to get the hours of care they need as funding and staffing increased

The British Columbia government is increasing staffing levels in residential care homes to make sure seniors are getting the quality care they need and deserve, Premier John Horgan announced today.

Premier Horgan said by investing $240 million over three years, government will increase the direct care seniors receive to 3.36 hours per-resident day, on average, in each health authority, by 2021. This will mark the first time this average has been reached since the Ministry of Health set that target almost 10 years ago.

Government launches BC Hydro review

To contain rate increases, control costs, and to position BC Hydro for future success, the Government of British Columbia has launched a comprehensive, two-phased review of BC Hydro. In the first phase of the review, government is working with BC …

New affordable rentals under construction in Creston

CRESTON – The Government of British Columbia is partnering with the Kootenay Region Association for Community Living and the Columbia Basin Trust, to build and manage nine new affordable rental units in Creston designed for low-income adults with disabilities. “Affordable …

B.C. supports shift to clean transportation options

VICTORIA – The Province is making clean transportation more affordable and accessible for British Columbians, with incentives and one of Canada’s largest networks of charging and fuelling stations, announced Michelle Mungall, Minister of Energy, Mines and Petroleum Resources on Clean …