Saving you money on auto insurance

Transforming ICBC Saving you money on auto insurance For years, B.C.’s auto insurance rates have soared. We are making public auto insurance work for British Columbians again by removing lawyers and legal costs to increase coverage for medical care and …

BC Child Opportunity Benefit

Helping children and families get ahead Starting October 1, 2020, nearly 300,000 families will benefit from the new BC Child Opportunity Benefit, a tax-free payment for families with children under 18 years of age. The new monthly payments will help …

Renters to receive deposits back faster

Renters will be able to receive their security and pet deposits back in a fair and timely manner, thanks to changes made by the Government of B.C. Renters should not have to go through a time-consuming process to have their …

Redesigned grant program to boost active transportation

An expanded Active Transportation Grant Program is accepting proposals to build safer, more accessible and convenient active transportation infrastructure. “British Columbians shared their strong desire to live in communities where active transportation is a safe and efficient option,” said Claire …

Vaping restrictions to protect youth

The Province will restrict vapour product access, flavours, nicotine content, packaging and advertising, and intends to increase taxes on vapour products, to protect youth from risks associated with vaping. “Some vaping manufacturers are using flavours and advertising to entice and …

A champion for B.C. tenants, Tom Durning, dies

 Charlie Smith on November 5th, 2019 at 10:12 AM Tom Durning (above) was a champ for B.C. tenants, according to NDP MLA Spencer Chandra Herbert. A fierce advocate for British Columbia tenants has passed away. Tom Durning retired in 2016 …