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Ministry of Technology, Innovation and Citizens' Services

SMITHERS – Beginning April 24, 2015, ICBC claims staff and operations will be located at the Smithers Service BC Centre located at 1020 Murray St. This change will create a ‘one-stop shop’ for ICBC and many government services in Smithers.
VICTORIA – The Government of B.C. and the Royal British Columbia Museum (RBCM) have reached a joint agreement for funding of government archival records. The agreement allows the government to transfer 33,000 boxes of government records to BC Archives.
VICTORIA – Supporting organ donation is now easier thanks to a new partnership between BC Transplant and the 61 Service BC locations throughout the province.
NELSON – Beginning April 7, ICBC Claims staff and operations will be located at the Nelson Service BC Centre located at 310 Ward St.
NANAIMO – British Columbia’s technology sector is leading Canada with its high-tech revenue growth, landing us among the top provincial performers. In fact, technology is B.C.’s second-fastest private-sector job creator.
VANCOUVER – One of the most anticipated events of the year has arrived and with it has drawn visitors from around the world. The TED 2015 Truth and Dare Conference is host to over a thousand delegates and takes place at the Vancouver Convention Centre from March 16-20, 2015. It will feature over 80 speakers on topics ranging from technology to politics, and science to philosophy.
VICTORIA – The enhanced BC Services Card reached an important milestone, with the two millionth card being issued this week.
VANCOUVER – The public has until this Saturday to enjoy skating at the Robson Square rink before closing for the 2014-15 season.
VICTORIA – The new Government Information Act will modernize B.C.’s approach to information management.
VICTORIA – In recognition of Data Privacy Day tomorrow, Technology, Innovation and Citizens’ Services Minister Amrik Virk encourages British Columbians to protect their privacy online by “clicking carefully” and ensuring that any applications or “apps” are not accessing any unnecessary personal data.
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