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#ElevateToronto, New Tech Festival Aims to Showcase Toronto Tech Scene to the World

Toronto is set to host a new festival show this September 2017 to celebrate its growing tech ecosystem. Elevate Toronto is a three-day tech festival that will showcase the best of the Canadian innovation ecosystem and welcome the world to Toronto. Festival will take place September 12 - 14, 2017. Toronto has been featured as … Continue reading #ElevateToronto, New Tech Festival Aims to Showcase Toronto Tech Scene to the World

Top 10 Jobs in Canada in 2017 (hint – it’s a tech world, baby)

Canadian parents - get your kids into computer science or software engineering classes as soon as possible. Jobs website Indeed.ca posted a list of top ranked jobs in Canada and the tech jobs dominated the space. The top 3 jobs were Full stack (backend + frontend) developer, DevOps (systems admin + shell scripting developer), and … Continue reading Top 10 Jobs in Canada in 2017 (hint – it’s a tech world, baby)

28 Tech Companies Hiring in Toronto Right Now

Toronto is #3 best global city to work in tech, according to  Expert Market (https://www.fastcompany.com/3061460/the-best-global-cities-for-working-in-tech), a U.S.-based B2B marketplace. You can not be the best without hiring the best talent. See the list of companies below hiring tech candidates right now according to the research at Indeed.com: Top Hat is a cloud educational platform that leverages … Continue reading 28 Tech Companies Hiring in Toronto Right Now

“Montreal is a Dying City” for Tech, Medium article reports

Well known Founder and CEO of Island , Greg Isenberg, has wrote an opinion piece why Montreal and the whole province of Quebec was not for him, and why he left and took his business with him to San Francisco, California. Greg also builds marketing and social media campaigns for brands like FedEX, NASCAR, TechCrunch … Continue reading “Montreal is a Dying City” for Tech, Medium article reports

Ottawa tries to attract tech talent with Work in Ottawa campaign

Invest Ottawa agency announced new campaign called Work in Ottawa to attract tech talent to move to Ottawa. The campaign highlights that median salary in Ottawa is almost  $92k , while housing in Ottawa is much cheaper at around $370k vs Toronto at $800k and Vancouver at $1m. The website said that Ottawa is home … Continue reading Ottawa tries to attract tech talent with Work in Ottawa campaign