FortisBC is seeking public input as we develop an Integrated System Plan (ISP). The ISP will look ahead 20 years to identify the energy and infrastructure needs of our customers — then set out a five-year business plan to meet these needs.
On December 31, 2010 the Okanagan Research and Innovation Centre (ORIC) and Okanagan Science and Technology Council (OSTEC) amalgamated to form the Accelerate Okanagan Technology Association ("Accelerate Okanagan").
Calling all designers, engineers, urban planners, futurists, artists and more! You can change this world-view and provide tangible solutions to make our future cities humane and ecologically sound. There are some serious incentives for your designs: cash prizes worth $125,000... including the first place prize of $75,000!
The BBC posted this video preview of The One Ronnie show to their
youtube account earlier this week. It's definitely a good little piece
of British BlackBerry humor (note for the North Americans in the crowd,
that "Orange" is a cellular carrier!). Check it out for a Wednesday
The Access to Capital
Program was created by the Mid-Island Science, Technology &
Innovation Council (MISTIC) and has proven to assist in identifying
appropriate funding sources, preparing for various funder requirements,
developing a properly prepared plan, and creating linkages with peers
and investors. More Info>
Doug Chadwick, author of ”The Wolverine Way”, will give a fun and informative lecture in Nelson on Feb 16, 7 PM at the Nelson Untied Church. The book is about the wolverine project in Glacier National Park, Montana, where an extensive multi-year wolverine project is underway and where Doug has volunteered a ton of his time.
Export Development Canada (EDC), in partnership with Canadian banks has developed an important new service for Canadian hi-tech companies that qualify for Scientific Research and Experimental Development (SRED) rebates. The objective of the Export Guarantee Program is to get funds back into companies' hands sooner.