Two years ago today, British Columbians elected a renewed BC Liberal team to strengthen our diverse economy, to create jobs and opportunity, and to control government spending.
In the past two years, we have never lost sight of that. What gets us up every morning is the drive to make BC work better for you.
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When it comes to education, the goal of our BC Liberal team is simple: to create the best learning environment for our kids, so they can build the future of our province. This was recognized by B.C’s highest court, which issued a clear decision affirming your government’s approach to public education.
This ruling, together with our historic, negotiated six-year agreement with teachers, offers an opportunity to put aside past disputes and work together to build the best education system in the world.
A year ago, government launched the B.C. Skills for Jobs Blueprint, government’s plan to help British Columbians find their fit in the province’s diverse, strong and growing economy.
A year later, the plan is working, with nearly 50,000 British Columbians in 31 communities participating in Find Your Fit, a youth-focused interactive event showcasing in-demand careers.
Moody’s Investors Service has reaffirmed British Columbia’s AAA credit rating and upgraded the Province’s outlook to stable, with the agency saying it reflects the strong fiscal position of the province.
British Columbians can be justifiably proud that, as a result of hard work and discipline, international agencies continue to assign their very highest marks and recognize our province’s credit worthiness and good fiscal management.