The BC Government has introduced legislation to protect cyclists on the road, allow strata owners to install EV chargers, to recognize the Haida Nation and to amend many more acts. The minimum wage is rising and John Horgan has a new position.
But mostly we focus on the government’s new housing strategy, which includes some questionable numbers and some old promises. We look at what’s new.
- Motor Vehicle Act changes will improve road safety | BC Gov News
- Introduction of Miscellaneous Statutes Amendment Act (No. 2), 2023 | BC Gov News
- Province makes it easier for stratas to greenlight EV charging stations | BC Gov News
- Bill 18 – Haida Nation Recognition Act
- Minimum wage increases to $16.75 per hour on June 1 | BC Gov News
- Former B.C. premier John Horgan joins board of coal business – The Globe and Mail
- New action plan delivers more homes for people, faster | BC Gov News
- Homes for People
- Rob Shaw: David Eby’s housing boasts deserve a reality check – Commentary | Business in Vancouver
- David Johnston given broad powers to probe foreign interference in Canada’s elections – The Globe and Mail
- MP Han Dong serves Global News with libel notice, demands retraction and apology
- 30 per cent of Defence Department procurement positions vacant: internal report
- Evaluation of Acquisition Project Management (Agile Acquisition, Innovation and GBA Plus) – Canada.ca
- ‘It is glorious,’ says astronaut Jeremy Hansen, announced as 1st Canadian to orbit the moon | CBC News