Premier John Horgan has issued the following statement:
“Over the last couple of days, our cabinet has met to seek solutions to the challenges people face in British Columbia.
“These include the high cost of living and the stresses on primary care. Working to make life better for people is why we are here and that continues to be my focus.
Kimberley RCMP is asking for public assistance in regards to a fatal accident Friday on Highway 95A near Stirton Road, south of Marysville.
RCMP said on Friday, June 24, 2022, at approximately 4:50 p.m., officers responded to a head-on collision involving two vehicles.
The Province is halting plans announced last month to rebuild the Royal British Columbia Museum.
The museum will remain open to visitors. The Royal BC Museum will now lead a broad public engagement to consider all options for the future of the museum.
Premier John Horgan and Murray Rankin, Minister of Indigenous Relations and Reconciliation, have issued the following statement marking National Indigenous Peoples Day:
“On National Indigenous Peoples Day, we celebrate Indigenous Peoples who have lived on this land for untold generations and will do so for generations to come.
This is the first time that FIFA Men's World Cup matches will be played on Canadian soil, and the tournament is watched by billions of people around the world.
A BC man was indicted on federal charges in the U.S. for allegedly operating an international dark web drug and money laundering criminal organization linked to the opioid overdose deaths of two U.S. Navy servicemen.
Surrey RCMP’s Community Response Unit’s investigation leads to the seizure of drugs, cash and a loaded handgun from a residence in the Whalley area.
A research study conducted by Vancouver Coastal Health (VCH), BC Centre on Substance Use (BCCSU), BC Centre for Disease Control (BCCDC), Interior Health (IH) and the First Nations Health Authority (FNHA) was published this month in the International Journal of Drug Policy, titled Take-Home Drug Checking as a Novel Harm Reduction Strategy in British Columbia, Canada.
A 27-year-old Smithers man is facing multiple driving related charges and has to walk for awhile, thanks to his social media posts, according to BC RCMP Highway Patrol Insp. Chad Badry.
Warrants have been issued for the arrest of 37-year-old Kyle Gordon Ordway of Nanaimo. In February 2021, Ordway was charged with Forcible Confinement, Assault with a Weapon and Theft. Ordway appeared in Nanaimo Provincial Court on these charges and was later released into the community.