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Ministry of Technology, Innovation and Citizens' Services

VANCOUVER – Today, downtown Vancouver’s tech scene is welcoming an industry giant to their neighbourhood with the official opening of Sony Pictures Imageworks new global headquarters.
QUESNEL – Since the launch of the partnership between Service BC and BC Transplant, the number of local organ donor registrations has been double the previous five-year average.
VICTORIA – British Columbians have a tendency to roll up their sleeves and get things done – but sometimes we forget it’s OK to be proud of our accomplishments. A great example of this is the success of our world-class technology sector.
VICTORIA – A new BC Stats report released today shows British Columbia’s technology sector continues to thrive and make significant contributions to the provincial economy.
VANCOUVER – Every year, the world’s largest biotechnology gathering attracts the biggest names in biotech, with high-level executives and influential decision-makers from around the globe offering key networking and partnering opportunities.
VICTORIA – Internet service providers can submit their applications for project funding starting today for the upcoming Connecting British Columbia program.
VICTORIA – Nine months of negotiation between Shared Services BC and the Greater Victoria Harbour Authority (GVHA) to secure a lease for the Maritime Museum of BC in Victoria’s old steamship terminal are at an impasse.
VICTORIA – The Government of B.C. is providing $6 million, through the BC Innovation Council (BCIC), to support the growth and success of the province’s vibrant technology sector while furthering the momentum of the BC Jobs Plan.
VANCOUVER – One of the largest professional networking conferences for entrepreneurs will be taking place in Santa Clara California, drawing leaders from all over the world.
VICTORIA – “Duty, Honour and Izzat”, an exhibit outlining the often overlooked contribution of South Asian soldiers on the battlefields of the First World War, will be on display at the B.C.’s Parliament Buildings on May 11.
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