Clarification - British Columbia Institute of Technology not involved in landmine detection



    BURNABY, BC, Dec. 19 /CNW/ - In response to recent inquiries, the British
Columbia Institute of Technology (BCIT) wishes to clarify that it is not
presently involved in the development of methods or technology for the
detection, disarmament, or removal of landmines, and does not provide any
training or instruction in such methods or technology.
    BCIT also wishes to clarify that it has no relationship with The Alliance
Enterprise Corporation, or with any other business or entity involved in the
development of landmine detection and removal technology.

    The British Columbia Institute of Technology is one of the largest
post-secondary institutions in British Columbia and Canada's premier
polytechnic institute, with more than 48,000 full and part-time students
pursuing a variety of polytechnic programs leading to degrees, diplomas, and
certificates in the areas of business, computing, trades, engineering and
health sciences.





For further information:

For further information: Allison Markin, Media Relations Manager, Tel.
(604) 432-8773, Cell (604) 836-6700, allison_markin@bcit.ca

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