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Number of women in cybersecurity who see gender bias is dropping, according to survey

The survey for cybersecurity vendor Tessian suggests things may be brightening.

Tech giant Infosys to bring 500 jobs to Calgary 

Multinational IT company Infosys is set to generate 500 jobs in Calgary over the next three years as part of its continued Canadian expansion.  

Universities form alliance to address ‘atrociously small’ number of Indigenous and Black engineering faculty in Ontario

To address this gap, six universities in Ontario have partnered to create the Indigenous and Black Engineering and Technology (IBET) Momentum Fellowship to expand the pathways for Indigenous and Black students pursuing doctoral degrees in engineering.

New 21-Day Data Challenge from Lighthouse Labs will help Canadians gain experience working with data

Demand for data analysts is increasing rapidly in Canada, and tech education company Lighthouse Labs is putting the call out for interested applicants to sign up for its new upskilling initiative called the 21-Day Data Challenge.

Amazon invests $3M in Canadian computer science programs

Amazon Canada is launching a new computer science program called Amazon Future Engineer and investing $3 million over three years to fund it and other Canadian programs.

SAP plans to open new research and development office in Montreal

Enterprise software firm SAP recently announced that it's doubling down on the Quebec market by opening a new research and development space in Montreal.

KNBA to open global technology centre Hub350 this year

The Kanata North Business Association (KNBA) announced today that it is opening a global technology centre for Canada’s largest tech park - Hub350 - in 2021.

Trend Micro to expand their education partnerships across Canada in 2021

American-Japanese multinational cybersecurity software company Trend Micro says it will be expanding its education partnerships across Canada this year. 

FedDev Ontario announces over $6.5 million in support for women in advanced manufacturing and digital technology

FedDev Ontario today announced a three-year investment of over $6.5 million for YWCA Hamilton to address critical labour gaps in fields including digital technology and advanced manufacturing. 

Ontario’s Kanata North Business Association launches new platform to grow local tech cluster

Kanata North Business Association (KNBA), representing The Kanata North Technology Park, today launched Discover Technata 2.0 platform, which aims to attract 28,000 thousand tech professionals from around the world to the international tech cluster. 

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