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Ministry of Technology, Innovation and Citizens' Services

VICTORIA – Minister of Technology, Innovation and Citizens’ Services Andrew Wilkinson has issued the following statement regarding the Office of the Information and Privacy Commissioner’s report, “A Failure to Archive: Recommendations to Modernize Government Records Management.”
GOLD RIVER – It’s been nearly a year since a $200,000 investment by the government of B.C. helped create one of the fastest rural Internet service connections to serve the Vancouver Island community of Gold River.
VICTORIA – Shared Services BC is now offering an innovative new procurement program to support the purchase of energy efficient LED street lighting in B.C. communities. Beginning today, B.C. is the first province in Canada to offer municipalities and broader public sector organizations the opportunity to select from a short list of pre-qualified LED street light products.
VICTORIA – B.C. has received a Silver Award for Innovative Management from the Institute of Public Administration of Canada (IPAC) in recognition of government’s work on Leading Workplace Strategies.
SURREY – Crown counsel, located in one of the province’s busiest justice centres, is moving into expanded work space, allowing its prosecutors to work with greater efficiency and contribute to a stronger court system.
VERNON – Access to reliable high-speed satellite Internet just became more affordable for rural and remote British Columbians who don’t have access to traditional broadband service.
LUMBY – Residents and business owners in the Regional District of North Okanagan can look forward to improved Internet service in the rural Lumby area, as the government of B.C. announces a $200,000 investment for Internet service.
VICTORIA – This week, BC Stats released a progress report that shows the growing strength of British Columbia’s high technology sector. This report is a solid indication that the BC Jobs Plan is working and that British Columbia now competes with the best in the industry.
VICTORIA – BC Stats released a progress report today that shows how British Columbia’s high technology sector is continuing to grow with new businesses emerging, increases in revenue, and workers in the sector are earning higher wages and salaries than ever before.
VICTORIA – Significantly more information about B.C.’s legislation is now free and open to the public with the expansion of the BC Laws website on Wednesday, April 2.
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