Representatives of Employment and Social Development Minister Jason Kenney are meeting provincial officials to discuss the future of funding for job-training programs, reports Postmedia News. Speaking in support of the federal government’s plan for a national jobs grant in the Vancouver Sun article, Al Hildebrandt, president of ITAC member QHR Technologies, said the jobs grant would be an ideal way to work with a local college to help upgrade the skills of new company recruits.
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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, …