NIC in the News: Canadian mini-series set to shoot in the Comox Valley

Grip, lighting and set constuction students celebrate after wrapping up their final project for the year in Campbell River as part of NIC's TV and Film Crew Training

The St. Joseph's General Hospital is being used as a set for an eight-part miniseries on the Canadian tainted blood scandal of the early 1980s.  The production is providing employment for graduates of NIC's TV & Film Training Program.

Read more about the production in the Comox Valley Record

NIC grads were interviewed on the set at St. Joseph's while working on the production, which wraps up May 9. 
Watch the full story from  CTV Vancouver Island and CHEK news

Media Contact
Christiana Wiens
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Media Contact
Christiana Wiens
Media Liaison, North Island College
O. 250-334-5280 | M. 250-218-4097