Keep up with LNG in B.C.
Young people considering what skills they will need for tomorrow's in-demand occupations will have an opportunity for interactive, hands-on experience at WorkBC's Find Your Fit tour stop in Vancouver at Canada Place, on July 1, 2015.
The B.C. government intends to recall the legislature July 13, 2015, to debate legislation that would enable the project agreement signed between the Province and Pacific NorthWest LNG, Finance Minister and government house leader Michael de Jong announced.
Environment Minister Mary Polak and Natural Gas Development Minister Rich Coleman have issued an Environmental Assessment Certificate to LNG Canada Development Inc. for the LNG Canada Export Terminal project, which will be located in northwest British Columbia in the District of Kitimat.
Minister of Natural Gas Development Rich Coleman has issued the following statement following Pacific NorthWest LNG's preliminary investment decision:
Young people considering what skills they will need for tomorrow's in-demand occupations will have an opportunity for interactive, hands-on experience at WorkBC's Find Your Fit stop inVancouver at David Lam Park on Saturday, June 6.
As part of Clean Air Day, the Government of British Columbia is announcing changes to the greenhouse gas reduction regulation to encourage more fleet operators to switch from diesel and gasoline to cleaner-burning natural gas to run their buses, trucks and marine vessels.
Two more First Nations have reached pipeline benefits agreements with the B.C. government to bring increased economic development and further prosperity to their communities.
Young people considering what skills they will need for tomorrow’s in-demand occupations will have an opportunity for interactive, hands-on experience at WorkBC’s Find Your Fit tour stop in Port Coquitlam at Kwayhquitlum Middle school on Thursday, May 28.
The B.C. government's new Apprentices on Public Projects policy is going to connect more young people to the skills and training they need to be first in line for careers in construction.
The Memorandum of Understanding our government signed last week with Pacific NorthWest LNG moves us one step closer to ensuring British Columbia will have a new, vibrant liquified natural gas industry, and the thousands of jobs it will bring.