Wednesday, March 3, 2021

Tag: British Columbia

Broadband upgrade support for B.C., Saskatchewan, and Ontario

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The Canadian Radio-television and Telecommunications Commission (CRTC) Broadband Fund is supporting five transport projects will receive up to $26.7 million. Over 550 km of fibre...

New infrastructure funding in B.C. to support pandemic response, recovery

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The British Columbia government is accepting applications from local governments, Indigenous communities and not-for-profit organizations for nearly $136 million in infrastructure grants to help...

Broadway subway station designs open for public input

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The Broadway Subway Project team is looking for people’s feedback on the proposed street-level features of each station. People are invited to see the draft...

Traversing the Fraser

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Opened in 1959 to join the cities of Richmond and Delta in British Columbia, the George Massey Tunnel running under the Fraser River has...

B.C. names new Minister of Transportation and Infrastructure

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British Columbia Premier John Horgan has named Rob Fleming as the province’s new Minister of Transportation and Infrastructure. Fleming was first election to the legislative...

Pioneer Way extension transportation project in Squamish underway

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The District of Squamish in British Columbia is moving forward with the first phase of a major capital project to extend Pioneer Way from...

Vancouver survey reveals support for additional infrastructure investment

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The vast majority of Metro Vancouver residents want all levels of government to jointly invest in the region's critical infrastructure to help the economy...

Central Okanagan presents first region-wide transportation plan

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After more than two years of technical studies, public consultation and region-wide collaboration, the Central Okanagan’s final Regional Transportation Plan and its supporting plans,...

Did infrastructure promises sway B.C. election?

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For the second time in as many months, a former minority government has turned to a majority thanks to a snap election in the...

B.C. battles over infrastructure

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B.C. Premier John Horgan is sending British Columbians to the polls in the country’s second COVID-19 election, trying to secure the majority that he...
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