The e-Talent Canada Portal is a unique online interactive map that will provide Canadians access to dynamic labour market information. The portal provides ICT job trends and tools pertinent to all sectors; highlights which jobs are in-demand; who’s hiring; wages; demographics; educational institution that closely respond to the industry needs; and many other important factors from a national, provincial and municipal level. This unique tool will assist in finding the right talent to expand business and maintain a competitive advantage, and will be an invaluable source for those seeking new or upgraded employment opportunities.
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The Information and Communications Technology Council (ICTC) is a not-for-profit national centre of expertise for the digital economy. Through trusted research, innovative talent solutions, and practical policy advise, ICTC fosters economic development and consumer engagement in a global market.
- An independent and neutral policy advisor to business and governments across Canada.
- A provider of authoritative and best-in-class ICT business intelligence.
- Connected with a vast established network of partners in government, industry, and academia; domestically and internationally.
- A provider of strong program management and delivery.
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Building on ICTC’s strength as a center of expertise in technology and labour market intelligence, policy elaboration, and program management; ICTC’s professional consulting services provide specific research, and targeted programs tailored to specific talent needs.
ICTC has a strength of over 26 staff members and our head office is based in downtown Ottawa, with another office in Toronto, Ontario. We provide services across Canada and also partner with organizations overseas. Since the early 1990s, ICTC has been a trusted partner to government in the delivery of this information, working closely with agencies such as Statistics Canada, Industry Canada and Employment and Social Development Canada. Its reports leverage primary and secondary data collection, proprietary econometric models, financial and economic analysis, validation and stakeholder review, all presented clearly and concisely in a variety of formats.
ICTC is also recognized for its expertise in bringing together stakeholders – individuals, educators at the secondary and post-secondary levels, small- and medium-sized enterprises, large enterprises, multinational firms, and policymakers at all levels of government to consider collaborative approaches to taking advantage of the opportunities of the digital economy. In small workshops, through primary data collection, interviews, market research and large conferences, ICTC adopts a multi-faceted approach to information sharing between stakeholders. ICTC leverages funding from several sources, including government, industry contracts, sponsorship, and more. Through all these initiatives, ICTC ensures community economic development in various parts of Canada.
To learn more on the available range of ICTC services please contact Dr. Meenakshi Gupta, Senior Director, Policy & Research, at firstname.lastname@example.org, 613-237-8551 ext. 132.