• Toronto adds more tech jobs than NYC, Seattle and the Bay Area combined


    Toronto leads North America in tech job creation for the second consecutive year as it ranks fourth in CBRE Group's Scoring Tech Talent Report.

  • FDI confidence in Canada reaches all-time high


    Canada's rise in the A.T. Kearney annual Foreign Direct Investment Confidence Index is indicative of the country's expanding, reliable and global economy and investors' optimism towards Canada's economic prospects.

  • Rotman School of Management fuels financial innovation

    Success story

    The University of Toronto is fuelling fintech innovation in the Rotman FinHub, a place for students, entrepreneurs and faculty to incubate tech ideas and applications.

  • Citi develops leading-edge global institutional FinTech from the heart of Mississauga, Ontario

    Success story

    Ontario's steady supply of globally-minded tech talent at lower costs is key to ongoing FinTech growth.

  • Innovation in financial services – 6 reasons to bank on Ontario

    Success story

    Artificial Intelligence is taking the financial services industry by storm. Ontario's dominance in the field of AI is drawing attention globally. Here are six reasons why.

  • BlackBerry: firing on all cylinders

    Success story

    Ontario-based BlackBerry, a leader in autonomous vehicle technology, credits its success to Ontario's engineering talent and supportive government.

  • A Toronto company is reinventing solar technology

    Success story

    SPOTlight modules are translucent, so they enable daylight to come into the building; however, they are also designed to block direct light from the sun and generate energy that is equal to or greater than what a standard technology would achieve.

  • Ontario AI Ecosystem


    Ontario has the talent and technology to lead in the knowledge economy. Ontario is at the centre of one of the world's most largest AI talent pools and where deep learning was born. Our commitments to strengthening Ontario's AI ecosystem has the world talking. From here, researchers, entrepreneurs and businesses large and small are developing machine learning solutions that are shaping the future.

  • Ontario's AI ecosystem is powering the global shift toward a digital economy


    Ontario has the talent and technology to lead in the knowledge economy. In Ontario, researchers, entrepreneurs and businesses large and small are on the frontier of science and technology, overlaying IT with traditional industry strengths to develop solutions to the world's most challenging problems.

  • 10 Reasons to think Ontario


    We're committed to strengthening and expanding our talent pipeline for companies, large and small, who see in technology the opportunity to create a better future. That's why Ontario is where the world is going.

  • Why Toronto is the ideal location for Amazon HQ2


    Amazon has named Toronto to its shortlist of cities to be considered as the location for its second North American headquarters – and we're not surprised.

  • Robert Half International compares IT salaries across U.S. & Canada


    Robert Half International's 2018 Salary Guide for Technology Professional provides insight into the costs differences employers pay for high quality IT talent in major U.S. and Canadian centres, with Ontario cities offering competitive salary ranges approximately one-third less than major U.S. tech centres.

  • Ontario's BlackBerry QNX moves into high gear

    Success story

    Ontario-based BlackBerry QNX, a leader in autonomous vehicle embedded intelligence, credits its success to Ontario's engineering talent, supportive government and well established auto industry.

  • Canada named top 3 destination for international job seekers


    A survey of international job search activity finds Canada is one of the world's top destinations for high-skilled positions, including IT.

  • Nuvation: in the driver's seat of autonomous car development

    Success story

    Waterloo, Ontario-based Nuvation, a leader in autonomous vehicle development, credits its success to Ontario’s engineering talent, IP policy and R&D tax credits.


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