is your new source for all you need to know about Tech and AI in Canada

If you are applying for Canadian immigration and you have an experience in tech or AI, then you need to check out The recently launched platform will reveal all the news and developments regarding Tech and AI industries in Canada. was launched at TechTO, one of the largest tech events of the country which took place in Toronto this year. This amazing platform was built by NEXT Canada in collaboration with the Canadian Institute for Advanced Research, Borealis AI, the Vector Institute, the Alberta Machine Intelligence Institute and the Montreal Institute for Learning Algorithms.

The hub for tech news will cover all the important developments and the news on the latest tech research in Canada. Moreover, it also contains a directory for Canada’s AI focused organizations, companies and research institutes.

Jean-François Gagné, co-founder and CEO of Element AI shared few words on the future of AI in Canada.

“Canada is home to several of the world’s most advanced AI organizations and companies, operating across the country from Montreal to Vancouver. Together, we can continue to push the boundaries of what Canada can accomplish with artificial intelligence, and secure our position as a leading force in the industry.”

More importantly, will be highly helpful for all those immigrants who have some background in tech and AI and are looking for a good job in Ontario.

In 2017, a considerable majority of immigrants for permanent residence in Ontario got an employment in Information and Communications Technologies.

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