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Ministry of Technology, Innovation and Citizens' Services

VANCOUVER – The B.C. government’s $100-million BC Tech Fund, a key part of the #BCTECH Strategy, launched with the announcement of a fund manager and an initial investment in a B.C. technology company.
PRINCE GEORGE – With $2.25 million in provincial funding, the University of Northern British Columbia (UNBC) has a new Tall Wood and Hybrid Structures Engineering Research Chair to drive innovative wood design and bolster its master of integrated wood design program.
VICTORIA – With almost $10 million provided from the province’s BC Knowledge Development Fund (BCKDF), the University of Victoria (UVic) will embark on six new research projects,  including outfitting a new research facility at Vancouver-based TRIUMF, Canada’s national laboratory for particle and nuclear physics and accelerator-based science.
TOFINO – The Province of British Columbia, TELUS, BC Hydro and All Nations Trust Company (ANTCO) are celebrating the completion of a new fibre-optic cable along Highway 4 from Port Alberni to the Ucluelet junction.
VICTORIA – The latest figures from BC Stats confirm jobs and wages in B.C’s technology sector hit the highest levels ever recorded as B.C.’s technology industry continues to grow and thrive.
BURNABY – The B.C. government has awarded Simon Fraser University (SFU) almost $525,000 through the British Columbia Knowledge Development Fund (BCKDF) to support early disease detection and action.
VICTORIA – The B.C. government announced nearly $600,000 towards a partnership with key technology industry partners to study the labour market needs in the tech sector.
VICTORIA – Arrangements are being made to ensure that British Columbians continue to receive cheques and critical documents in the event of a Canada Post labour disruption.
VICTORIA – Eligible applicants, including Internet service providers, are encouraged to apply for nearly $3 million available through the Connecting British Columbia program to improve high-speed Internet access in rural and remote communities.
PRINCE GEORGE – The Prince George Law Courts and Plaza 400 will soon be connected to Prince George’s Downtown Renewable Energy System (DRES), a hot-water utility that produces thermal energy using sawmill residue from Lakeland Mills Ltd., reducing greenhouse gases and reliance on non-renewable fossil fuels.
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