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Canadian interactive firms continue to make their mark with kids content

News | 03/20/2008 2:18 pm EDT

BC-based New Horizon Interactive set the gold standard for kids online entertainment when it launched the social networking site Club Penguin in 2005, which it sold to The Walt Disney Co. last August for US$350 million. Now another western-Canadian new media firm is gaining national and international recognition for what may be the next big thing in kids interactive entertainment.

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