A not-for-profit national centre of expertise for the digital economy, we are the trusted source for evidence-based policy advice, forward looking research, and creative capacity building programs, with a team of over 80 qualified professionals across Canada.
The Digital Landscape
“The digital economy is multifaceted, global, fast paced, and follows diverging and at times predisposed trends. Technologies are accelerating innovations and are changing industries faster than economies can adjust. New national and international markets are spawning and competition is fierce, leading to new urban trends and employment prospects, while also posing new social and economic pressures. Climate change and health matters are now demanding our full attention. The hyper-connected and data driven world is also creating new economic prospects while putting pressure on cyber resiliency and privacy that are making governing harder than ever. While the stakes are high, the opportunities are even greater for those who are able to leverage the full potential of this fast-evolving landscape.”
Namir Anani, ICTC President and CEO
Our mission is to:
Strengthen Canada’s digital advantage in a global economy.
Our vision is to:
Foster globally competitive Canadian industries and a prosperous society empowered by innovative digital solution.
The Information and Communications Technology Council (ICTC) is committed to providing an atmosphere free from barriers that promotes equity and diversity. ICTC celebrates and welcomes the diversity of all employees, stakeholders, and external personnel. By valuing a diverse workforce, ICTC is committed to hiring practices that are fair and equitable. ICTC also supports a workplace environment and a corporate culture that is built on our TRUST values that encourage equal employment and career prospects for all employees.
ICTC Executive Team
Our Board of Directors
- CHAIR: Dr. Thomas P. Keenan, FCIPS, I.S.P., ITCP
Professor, Faculty of Environmental Design, University of Calgary
- VICE CHAIR: Andrew Wishart
Partner, Consulting Technology – Deloitte
- TREASURER: Pina Marra
Manager at Office of the Superintendent of Financial Institutions Canada )
- SECRETARY: Faye West, F.
- Gary Davenport
Past President – CIO Association of Canada
- Hana Pika
- Jack Noppé
- Jake Hirsch-Allen
North America Workforce Development and Higher Ed System Lead, LinkedIn
- Jamie Darch
Principal, Jamie Darch & Associates
- John Weigelt
National Technology Officer – Microsoft Canada
- Keith A. Sinclair
President & CEO – Harris Leadership Strategies
- Neil Knudsen
President – Meridian Networks
- Trekker Armstrong FCIPS, I.S.P. (ret.), ITCP (Honourary Director)