ICTC Newsletter

By 26 March 2018 No Comments

Policy Forum Event:
Belgian-Canadian Bi-lateral Business Luncheon

On March 13th, 2018 ICTC held a bi-lateral luncheon meeting with 13 industry leaders from the Belgian technology sector and 10 North American leaders from companies such as Microsoft and Blackberry. The meeting allowed delegates to discuss the Canada European Union Comprehensive Economic and Trade Agreement (CETA) and the importance of increasing trade between Canada and Europe.

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Report – The Digital Talent Dividend:
Shifting Gears in a Changing Economy

Learn about the Canadian ICT labour market and the transformative technologies shaping our future, such as blockchain, and 5G.  New data on women, youth, and Indigenous peoples in the ICT sector, along with information on the changing nature of work in Canada.

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ICTC Announces Digital DASH Initiative through CanCode

ICTC’s Digital Development and Acceleration of Skills Hub Initiative (Digital DASH Initiative) is part of the federal government’s CanCode program to build digital skills. The Digital DASH Initiative is geared toward equipping both students and educators with experiential learning opportunities to create strong pathways to digital careers.

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GO Talent

Currently accepting applications from employers! Register today to post ICT jobs and connect with diverse, qualified candidates.

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WIL Digital

Applications are now open! Employers in emerging sectors can receive a subsidy to provide a paid work integrated learning experience to a post-secondary student.

Apply today

Career Connect

Applications have opened for Ontario employers to receive a subsidy for hiring youth aged 30 or under in a full-time ICT position.

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Cyber Titan

We are proud to announce the top 10 teams who will battle it out for the title of the first ever CyberTitan National Champion 2018 in Fredericton, NB. on May 16th, 2018.

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ICTC’s CyberEd is a National Cyber Security Awareness & Training Initiative to help educators integrate cyber security into student learning.



Financial Post

The digital economy has created a demand for 216,000 more tech workers, report finds

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IT World Canada

ICTC to spend $3 M of CanCode funding to ‘bring business challenges into the classroom’

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Gender gap shows high-tech sector still stuck in the past — and it could prove costly

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