|British Columbia Finance Minister Selina Robinson|
hands over the volumes of financial planning that made
for the 2021 NDP government Budget
The British Columbia government has spent and spent and spent its way in response to COVID-19 and today after delivering their much anticipated post majority government Budget for 2021, Finance Minister Selina Robinson outlined how the spending taps will continue to flow.
The NDP Government of John Horgan set to continue its financial response to COVID and to continue on with a progressive agenda of governance, with housing, child care and health themes all among the highlights from the Finance Minister's near thirty minute address.“Through the adversity we have faced in the last year, we have witnessed the resilience of British Columbians time and again as communities rose to the challenge of COVID-19. As we continue to roll out the largest vaccination effort in our province’s history, we can see the light at the end of the tunnel. We know a recovery won’t happen overnight, but by focusing on the things that matter most to people, we can ensure there are better days ahead for everyone.” -- Selina Robinson, BC Minister of Finance
The introduction of Free public transportation for children 12 years and under.