News Releases

  • B.C. Arts Council Supports Arts and Culture in West Vancouver

    WEST VANCOUVER – Six arts and culture organizations serving West Vancouver and the Sea to Sky corridor have been awarded more than $146,000 in B.C….

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  • Satellite Broadband Program Helps Connect the Sea to Sky Corridor

    SEA TO SKY – Residents of the Sea to Sky corridor will soon have faster Internet access thanks to the B.C. Broadband Satellite Initiative, West…

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  • Province boosts support for violence prevention

    SQUAMISH – The Howe Sound Women Centre Society is receiving $9,817 in proceeds from the Civil Forfeiture Office to support the prevention of sexual exploitation…

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  • New web cam goes live on the Sea to Sky

    SEA TO SKY – Today the provincial government announced a new web camera has gone live on the Sea to Sky Highway. The camera is…

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  • Work to begin on Nelson Creek bridge

    SEA TO SKY – The Ministry of Transportation and Infrastructure has awarded a $6.2 million contract to rehabilitate and seismically retrofit Nelson Creek Bridge. Located…

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  • Statement from West Vancouver-Sea to Sky MLA Jordan Sturdy on Tim Jones

    “As a mountain rescue professional and a BC Ambulance Paramedic, I have known and worked with Tim for nearly 25 years. His death is a…

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  • Province helps seniors stay active and engaged

    SEA TO SKY – Seniors in Pemberton and Bowen Island will enjoy increased health care support and social programs thanks to Age-friendly BC grants from the…

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  • Hosting BC grants boost Whistler sports competitions

    SEA TO SKY – Three sporting groups will share $20,000 in Hosting BC grants from the B.C. Government to support upcoming competitions in Whistler. They are:…

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  • SEA TO SKY – Through its annual fleet renewal program, the provincial government is providing School District No. 48 with $523,367 for the purchase of four…

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  • Turning the page on adult literacy

    NORTH SHORE – The provincial government is investing $284,390 to support 10 community-based programs throughout Vancouver, the North Shore and the Sea to Sky corridor to…

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