Save Communication in BC

  • by: Ilya Stavitsky
  • recipient: Minister of Advanced Education, Camosun's President, and the Dean of Arts & Science

The Applied Communication Program at Camosun has been around for 40 years. ACP graduates can be found in virtually every radio & television station, newspaper, public relations firm, and production facility on the island.

Hundreds of communication professionals working through BC and across Canada got their start in ACP at Camosun.
Advanced Education Minister Naomi Yamamoto has it wrong when she recently asked “Do we need communications people in B.C.?” 

Please, sign out this petition to say YES, WE NEED communication people in BC!

Also, sign our petition about saving (CKMO Village 900) station! It is an important part of communication education!

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