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British Columbia public broadcaster Knowledge has redesigned its website at <>. The site, developed by Work at Play of Vancouver, includes a new visual style and offers video of full episodes of a number of programs. Other new features include program schedules, user comments, an email reminder system, donation tools and integration social networking sites. " is an experience that will deepen user engagement with our broadcasting service," said Rudy Buttignol, president and CEO of Knowledge. "By delivering digital broadcast content in an interactive environment anywhere, anytime, Knowledge is connecting British Columbians to local and global perspectives, and most importantly, to each other."

The Toronto-based Investor Education Fund has launched a new website at <>. The site offers information on the practical financial decisions that accompany events such as getting married, having a child or losing a job. It includes videos, calculators, quizzes and worksheets. "The new site is designed to be the authoritative source for money management and investing information," said fund president Tom Hamza. "It offers unbiased, easy to understand tools and resources to help Canadians tackle this difficult topic. does not sell or recommend any financial products. It's designed to level the playing field for consumers by providing them with the information they need to manage their money." The Investor Education Fund offers is a not-for-profit organization established by the Ontario Securities Commission.

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