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auticon Canada kicks off its 2022 tech recruitment campaign for adults with autism

auticon Canada has launched a recruitment campaign aimed at adults with autism who are looking for workplaces that help them build successful tech careers.

Vector Institute launches ML course for home caregivers and mothers on mat leave

Vector Institute is launching a machine learning course for stay-at-home caregivers and mothers on mat leave to facilitate their participation in the AI field

York Region’s new investment aims to attract global tech firms and create new jobs in the region

Regional Municipality of York today announced a five-year, $1.5 million investment into ventureLAB’s Hardware Catalyst Initiative.

Siksika Nation community members are growing their local tech sector

To grow the Siksika First Nation’s local IT sector, 25 community members advanced their digital skills by completing training delivered by the Blackfoot Tech...

Royal Ontario Museum opens registration for Spring 2022 info session of its Minecraft virtual program

Royal Ontario Museum opens registrations for the spring 2022 session of its virtual coding program

2021 year in review – IT under attack

Had Charles Dickens been alive today, his famous work might have started with “It was the worst of times, and some other stuff was...

Google Canada commits half a million towards tech training program for Indigenous job seekers

Google Canada yesterday announced a $500,000 investment in providing free digital skills training to Indigenous job seekers across Canada.

Coffee Briefing, Dec. 7, 2021 – New Cloudflare R2 storage capabilities; CompTIA updates Linux+ exam; and more

Coffee Briefings are timely deliveries of the latest ITWC headlines, interviews, and podcasts. Grab a coffee and take five while you nibble on these tidbits.

Being curious pays and employers are taking note, finds SAS report

Being curious used to be something job seekers used to write to pad their resumes, but in today’s job market, it’s a legitimately attractive...

Cisco Canada, STEM Fellowship launch cybersecurity training for 40,000 Canadian students

Cisco Canada and STEM Fellowship launch a cybersecurity program for high school students to address the growing need for cybersecurity awareness and education.

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