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Ministry of Technology, Innovation and Citizens' Services

VANCOUVER – British Columbians of all ages can discover the stories behind the people, events and diverse cultures that have shaped B.C.'s rich history through a new documentary series and 150 documentary short stories.
VANCOUVER – The B.C. government’s commitment to redevelop the Riverview Lands is proceeding with an agreement for the construction of a new building to accommodate the Maples Adolescent Treatment Centre for Youth and a Provincial Assessment Centre for people with developmental disabilities.
ABBOTSFORD – The Province and City of Abbotsford are moving forward with the development of a new Abbotsford courthouse that will create new jobs, increase access to justice and build a brighter future for British Columbia.
VICTORIA – Technology, Innovation and Citizens’ Service Minister Amrik Virk toured Boeing’s Washington State operations and met with company officials to further strengthen the relationship with our American neighbours in connection with B.C.’s flourishing technology sector.
VICTORIA – BC Stats’ latest figures confirm jobs and wages in B.C’s technology sector have broken a new record as B.C.’s technology industry continues to flourish.
VICTORIA – Beginning Friday, Jan. 13, if you find yourself near the lawn at Victoria’s courthouse, you will notice that remediation work is underway to transform the space into a new playground.
PRINCE GEORGE – Have you ever wondered which British Columbia companies incorporate the most innovation and the latest technology? Would it surprise you to know that tech touches nearly every industry in B.C.?
VICTORIA – Finding success stories in British Columbia during 2016 has not been difficult. The tourism sector had a banner year. B.C.’s retailers are leading the nation in sales growth. Those involved in film and production have solidified the province’s global reputation for providing the services required for major film and television productions. And B.C. continues to incubate and be a magnet for the technology industry.
VICTORIA – The B.C. government is urging all British Columbians to get in the holiday spirit and consider giving the greatest gift of all – the gift of life – by registering as an organ donor.
LYTTON – Lytton area residents and businesses will be able to access reliable high-speed Internet following the completion of two Lytton Area Wireless Society (Lyttonnet) connectivity projects worth $624,586, which received $244,550 from the Connecting British Columbia program.
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