ICTC Annual Report 2021-2022

ICTC is proud to share a banner year of impacts in our newest Annual Report for the fiscal year 2021/22.

 

IAdvance: Enabling Pathways To Employment For Tomorrow’s Economy

In a rapidly evolving digital-based economy, iAdvance is a strategic initiative designed by ICTC to help Canadians reskill and pivot to new jobs in growth sectors or upskill to maintain and advance their employment prospects within their respective sectors.

 

A Year In Perspective And A Look Forward To 2022

ICTC’s President and CEO Namir Anani reflects on the strides we have made through our research, initiatives, and growth as an organization.

 

How Distance Learning Can Move Beyond Emergency Education: New Study

 

Alberta’s Tech Sector Needs Qualified Newcomers with Strong “Soft Skills”: New Study

This study investigates how to enhance newcomer integration into Alberta’s digital economy.

 

Stepping Up To Canada’s Agri-Food Opportunities And Challenges Through Innovation And Digitization: New Report

This report explores how Canada can play a pivotal role in global food supplies by leveraging digital technologies to navigate intense competitive pressures and more.

 

A Clear Coordinated Industrial AI Strategy Needs To Prioritize IP Ownership And Commercialization: New Report

This report provides research and insight into the realm of possibilities to bolster Canadian AI commercialization and market growth.

 

ICTC Labour Market Outlook: Additional Demand For Digital Talent To Reach 250,000 By 2025

ICTC’s latest labour market forecast examines the most in-demand occupations across the digital economy and their associated critical competencies and skills.

 

A Year In Perspective 2020 – 2021

ICTC's 2020 - 2021 Annual Report is now available.

 

The Future Of Healthcare Is Paved With Good Intentions: New Study

This report unravels Canada’s evolving healthcare landscape in the context of technology adoption.

 

ICTC Insights On The 2021 Federal Budget

The Information and Communications Technology Council welcomes the federal government’s budget as it relates to the digital economy.

 

Upskill With Microsoft And ICTC

Get the digital skills you need to get back to work! COVID-19 has dramatically impacted the global economy, forcing millions of people out of work. In the post-COVID world, people with digital skills will be in demand and will have an advantage in rejoining the workforce. Are you ready for a new role in the digital economy? Microsoft has committed to help 25 million people worldwide who have lost their jobs due to COVID-19 reskill for in-demand jobs.

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