We’ve reached episode 350!
In BC, the LG granted royal assent to the government’s bills to push through the Surrey Police, its reforms to short term rental laws and our new official fossil is the elasmosaur. We also have new bills to tackle foreign credential barriers, speed up ZEV targets and support Indigenous K-12 education. The government also announced a critical minterals committee that won’t look for uranium and they continue to dodge questions as to what’s taking so long to rebuild Lytton.
Federally, Trudeau announces a pause on the carbon tax for heating oil while also making heat pumps free for lower income households looking to get off the fuel. And the Auditor General dropped five reports indicting the bureaucracy.
- B.C.’s new official fossil emblem enriches cultural identity | BC Gov News
- New credential legislation will get more people working in chosen fields quicker | BC Gov News
- B.C. making it easier to buy zero-emission vehicles | BC Gov News
- Province makes systemic change to improve outcomes for K-12 Indigenous students | BC Gov News
- Province strikes critical minerals committee – Resources & Agriculture | Business in Vancouver
- URANIUM AND THORIUM OCCURRENCES IN BRITISH COLUMBIA (1990)
- About Uranium
- Lytton: 840 days, tens of millions spent on archeology, no homes built – Northern Beat
- Vaughn Palmer: Auditor general probing years-long delays in rebuilding Lytton
- Delivering support for Canadians on energy bills | Prime Minister of Canada
- Background Why oil and gas heating bans for new homes are a growing trend | CBC News
- Ministers’ statement on federal carbon tax announcement | BC Gov News
- 2023 Reports 5 to 9 of the Auditor General of Canada
- Immigrating to Canada? The system is backlogged and at times unfair, a new report confirms