B.C.

News for B.C. Film and Digital Media Industry

2015-02-18T10:03:31+00:00

VICTORIA - British Columbia is expanding the Digital Animation or Visual Effects tax credit to post-production activities, and extending the Interactive Digital Media tax credit to 2018, Minister of Finance Michael de Jong announced today with the introduction of Balanced Budget 2015. The Digital Animation or Visual Effects (DAVE) tax credit will apply to labour

News for B.C. Film and Digital Media Industry2015-02-18T10:03:31+00:00

B.C. Unveils New Pension Option

2013-02-28T18:40:42+00:00

VICTORIA - New legislation introduced by the B.C. government will create an important option for people to save for retirement and provide an additional financial safety net for the approximately two-thirds of B.C. workers who do not have access to group pension plans, Finance Minister Michael de Jong said today.Following on the heels of similar

B.C. Unveils New Pension Option2013-02-28T18:40:42+00:00

Government action gives B.C. families and seniors a break

2012-05-03T20:47:56+00:00

VICTORIA - First-time home buyers can receive a cheque for up to $ 10,000 to help with the cost of buying a newly built home, and seniors who need permanent home renovations, to help them stay in their homes longer, will be assisted with the cost of those renovations through legislation introduced today by Finance

Government action gives B.C. families and seniors a break2012-05-03T20:47:56+00:00

B.C. raises threshold of homeowner grant

2012-03-07T09:45:04+00:00

VICTORIA - British Columbians who own homes worth up to $ 1.285 million may be eligible to receive the entire homeowners' grant this year, after the Province raised the threshold to accommodate rising property values. BC Assessment estimates the value of all homes based on their market value on July 1 each year. The Province

B.C. raises threshold of homeowner grant2012-03-07T09:45:04+00:00

Terms agreed for repayment of B.C. HST transition funding

2012-02-29T11:06:18+00:00

VICTORIA - The Province has concluded an agreement with the Government of Canada for the orderly repayment of the $ 1.6 billion in transition funding it received when B.C. moved to the Harmonized Sales Tax, Minister of Finance Kevin Falcon announced. Under the new agreement, the Province will have five years to repay in full

Terms agreed for repayment of B.C. HST transition funding2012-02-29T11:06:18+00:00