News Releases

  • Sea to Sky PACs Receive Support from Provincial Grant Program

    SEA TO SKY – The provincial government is providing more than $157,000 to 27 local Parent Advisory Councils (PACs) and the District Parent Advisory Committee (DPAC) in…

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  • Duffey Lake Road Realignment Improves Safety

    PEMBERTON – As part of BC on the Move, the Province’s 10-year transportation plan, work is underway to realign Duffey Lake Road, approximately 15 kilometres north of…

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  • New High-speed Internet on the Way

    SQUAMISH – Families and communities with high-speed Internet access will benefit from $490,000 in upgrades as part of up to a $10-million investment by the B.C. government…

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  • New stable, predictable funding for Community Visitor Services

    SEA TO SKY – A new, three-year funding model for community visitor services centres throughout the Sea to Sky corridor will ensure more stable and predictable funding and…

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  • Improving Adult Literacy in the Sea to Sky

    SEA TO SKY – The provincial government is granting more than $69,000 to Capilano University to provide residents of Squamish and Whistler with the literacy skills…

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  • B.C. Air Access Program Helps Squamish Airport Take Off

    The B.C. government is investing $123,000 toward operational asphalt rehabilitation at the Squamish Airport as part of B.C. on the Move, the Province’s new 10-year…

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  • Help for Aboriginal Women and Children Fleeing Abuse

    SEA TO SKY – The Howe Sound Women’s Centre Society is receiving $20,000 to help Aboriginal women and children who are affected by domestic violence…

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  • Hosting BC Grants Boost Local Sports Events

    SEA TO SKY – The B.C. government is providing $7,000 in Hosting BC grants to support two upcoming sports competitions in the Sea to Sky corridor….

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  • Local Funding for Local Priorities

    SEA TO SKY – West Vancouver and the Sea to Sky corridor will be receiving more than $1.8 million as part of almost $75.2 million being invested into…

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  • New Licensed Child-care Spaces on the Way

    PEMBERTON – As part of Child Care Month in B.C., the provincial government is investing $416,163 under the BC Early Years Strategy to create 28 new licensed child-care…

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