ITAC welcomes the announcement by Minister of International Trade Ed Fast today regarding a new international trade plan that will engage in “economic diplomacy” to pursue Canadian commercial interests in emerging markets and to leverage Canada’s unprecedented trade access in Europe and the United States. This is exactly what ITAC has advocated. The plan sets five-year targets to grow exports by SMEs from 29 percent to 50 percent and create 40,000 jobs.
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Mississauga, ON (February 15, 2018) – The Information Technology Association of Canada (ITAC) is pleased to announce CGI’s Senior Vice-President, Lisa Carroll, as the new Co-Chair of ITAC’s Diversity Committee. This Committee designs and implements programming to support women through …
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Alliance will bring blockchain research insights and knowledge to the healthcare industry Toronto, CANADA; January 17, 2018– The Blockchain Research Institute (BRI) today announced a partnership with Tectonic Advisory Services Inc. (Tectonic), with the goal to expand its focus to, …