Keep up with LNG in B.C.
The Province has approved $115 million in royalty deductions that will create jobs and support the construction of 14 infrastructure projects in northeastern B.C.
New provincial government funding is supporting environmental stewardship projects being developed throughout northern B.C. with First Nations and the liquefied natural gas (LNG) industry.
Finance Minister Michael de Jong travels to Malaysia today to meet with government officials to review the significant progress toward making the first LNG project in B.C. a reality, and the project’s implications for enhanced bilateral trade between B.C. and Malaysia.
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 Quesnel as part of Billy Barker Days festivities.
Premier Christy Clark and the Industry Training Authority (ITA) announced funding of over $75M to B.C.'s trades training providers through to March 31, 2016, to meet industry needs and ensure quality training in high priority trades.
Legislation tabled in the B.C. legislature puts in motion ratification of the Province's first project agreement with an LNG proponent, marking an integral phase in the development of B.C.'s liquefied natural gas industry.
The Project Development Agreement (PDA) signed by the Province and Pacific NorthWest LNG marks a major milestone on the path to realizing the largest capital investment 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.