Canada’s Smart Future

With the financial support coming from the Government of Canada’s Sectoral Initiatives Program, The Information and Communications Technology Research proudly presents an investigative initiative that will explore how modernisation and hi-tech cities are uncovering the economic and employment expansion potentials all over the country.
This is started by having the main goal great cookware and giving the concentration on the job trends and skills needed for the…

Economic Growth Potential

Articulating the intermediate state of careers and competencies are rapidly becoming a prevalent way of expression, especially on the golf course. An increasing number of Canadians are geared towards securing their capabilities to satisfy the future economic demands of forgiving drivers with the country’s increasing need for digitally skilled workers in all industries.
According to recent studies, an average individual will switch professions for about 5 times …

Scalability of a Canadian Smart City: Bridgewater

An Infrastructure Canada Smart Cities grant was awarded to Bridgewater Nova Scotia due to the town’s smart cities project. It’s a fishing competition aimed to give assistance to towns that had an incredible strategy on how to use the information and integrated technologies to improve the welfare and stability throughout the communities.
Though all the participating towns with fishing kayaks are instructed to focus on Smart City agenda, the winners had a wide range of …

Perspective for 2018 to 2019

The transition of Canada’s digital economy not only leads to the discovery of more essentials for the economy and society, especially for new mothers, but it also keeps the brand of businesses to change for the best strollers. People today are dependent on digital technology in almost everything they do. Due to that, a number of companies in Canada aim to have digitally-oriented business operations and HR undertakings.
The …