“A global humanitarian, the Aga Khan has made it his mission to build a better, more peaceful world. In a year where we have seen inequalities compounded by the effects of a global pandemic, His Highness has continued to work to help reduce poverty, advance gender equality, and improve health care and education.
British Columbians will have the additional convenience of being able to renew their ICBC auto insurance online starting in May 2022.
When ICBC’s online insurance model launches, customers will be able to renew personal insurance and get temporary operation permits, with some restrictions. More products are expected to be made available in the future.
Applications for the new Agritech Grant program are being accepted.
The $3-million grant program is part of StrongerBC, B.C.’s Economic Recovery Plan. The plan outlines the latest steps the Government of British Columbia is taking to help people, businesses and communities come out of COVID-19 stronger and better prepared.
The Independent Investigations Office (IIO) has concluded its investigation into the events of May 29, 2020, when Delta Police officers were called to investigate the theft of a taxi on the ferry causeway in Tsawwassen. The suspect in the taxi theft died during this incident, and since his death occurred in connection with the action of police officers, it was investigated independently.
“Today, we mark Human Rights Day and celebrate the United Nations General Assembly’s adoption of the Universal Declaration of Human Rights in 1948. This document, which Canadian John Humphrey helped draft, outlines the fundamental rights and freedoms to which we are all entitled, and has inspired laws to protect human rights in Canada and around the world.