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Andrew Wilkinson, minister of technology, innovation and citizen’s services, left, discusses communication and control technology used in submersibles with Greg Caws, B.C. Innovation Council CEO, and Chris Parker, electrical engineer, at Seamor Marine Friday.  - CHRIS BUSH/The News Bulletin
Andrew Wilkinson, minister of technology, innovation and citizen’s services, left, discusses communication and control technology used in submersibles with Greg Caws, B.C. Innovation Council CEO, and Chris Parker, electrical engineer, at Seamor Marine Friday.
— image credit: CHRIS BUSH/The News Bulletin

Andrew Wilkinson, minister of technology, innovation and citizen’s services, left, discusses communication and control technology used in submersibles with Greg Caws, B.C. Innovation Council CEO, and Chris Parker, electrical engineer, at Seamor Marine Friday.

Wilkinson’s itinerary also included attending the grand opening of technology incubator and co-working space SquareOne downtown.

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