In Ontario, Canada, the new economy is emerging in full force. We’re tackling some of the biggest challenges in the world today. Ontario offers a highly educated workforce and a broad ecosystem for innovation and research and development. It’s a place where your bold ideas come to life, and we want you to join us.

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Ontario, Canada—the second-largest IT cluster in North America—is a place where your bold ideas come to life. 

We’re taking on the biggest challenges facing our digital world. With 23,000 tech firms, 42,000 annual STEM grads—and a pool of premier tech talent more than 300,000 strong—Ontario offers a highly educated workforce, and a thriving ecosystem for innovation and R&D. 

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23,000 tech firms
42,000 annual STEM grads
300,000+ tech workers in Ontario

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Industry giants such as Amazon, IBM, Google, Cisco and Shopify invest in major R&D operations in Ontario. 

Ontario’s IT sector has a GDP of more than 41 billion dollars, invests 3 billion dollars in R&D and exports 7.4 billion dollars worth of goods and services every year. It’s a place where revolutionary products are made. 
 
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$41B+ Ontario's annual IT GDP
$3B annual R&D investment
$7.4B annual IT exports

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In Ontario, the new economy is emerging in full force. We’re tackling some of the biggest challenges in the world today, and we want you to join us.

Ontario, Canada—where information technology lives.

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Where Information Technology Lives

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