The creative sector is important to the quality of life in B.C., but it also contributes to growing and diversifying our economy.
Social enterprises provide inspiring examples of creativity, resourcefulness, and good citizenship and are therefore a valuable part of our economy.
Accessibility 2024 is the 10-year action plan to make B.C. the most progressive jurisdiction in Canada for people with disabilities.
Economic prosperity should not come at the expense of a healthy environment.
Partnerships between industry, government, and post-secondary institutions support a growing economy by providing training opportunities, facilitating knowledge-sharing, and finding new solutions.
Investment into the new curriculum ensures that students build the skills they need for in-demand careers.
Provincial economic development programs help rural communities to diversify their economic base, thus contributing to their strength and sustainability.
Investments in housing, particularly in urban centres, are critical to improving affordability and livability for British Columbians.
Leveraging provincial prosperity allows us to invest in our communities, for now and the future.
A safe, reliable and efficient transportation network is a platform on which other sectors and industries can grow.