Digital students say they're not worried about future - Many have a wide variety of skills and a willingness to relocate
By Marke Andrews, Vancouver Sun February 17, 2009
With graduation only a week away, and the economic crisis forcing layoffs in his chosen field of video games, Sean Williams has narrowed his career search.
Provincial parties seek to win hearts, clicks. The battle for votes is already being waged online using array of tools
The provincial election may still be six months away, but in cyberspace, the B.C. "e-lection" is already under way.
This week, B.C. New Democrats will unveil a new website -- www.bcndp.ca -- complete with tools to get people involved in its fledgling campaign.
The Globe & Mail's Report on Business section featured an interview with the Masters of Digital Media Program's own Executive Director Dr. Gerri Sinclair on June 2.read more
In this year's Ming Pao Education and Career Supplement, digital media was identified along with health services, environmental and earth science, business and engineering as the hottest industries in Canada.
Vancouver's police have turned to the make-believe world of online virtual reality in a groundbreaking bid to attract tech-savvy real-life recruitsread more
Goods and services produced by new media and entertainment sectors make up a small percentage of the province's exports, but that percentage grows every year. According to figures provided by the B.C. Ministry of Economic Development, hightechread more