With established leadership in the natural resources sector, the province is growing its strength in cleantech and ag-tech, while expanding its footprint in digital media.
A top destination for outdoor enthusiasts from around the world, BC is home to a diverse economy and the fastest-growing tech sector in all of Canada. BC leads in areas including creative technology, clean technology, and life sciences.
A national leader in ag-tech, Manitoba’s ICT sector surpassed $2 billion in 2019. Industries like finance, energy and ecommerce are increasingly responsible for employment of the province’s ICT workers.
A bilingual Maritime province taking decisive strides into the digital age, New Brunswick is Canada’s cybersecurity leader.
Newfoundland and Labrador
A national leader in biotech and ocean-business, Newfoundland and Labrador is home to Oceans Advance, a regional technology cluster for oceantech.
Where coastal heritage meets the highest concentration of ocean-related PhD’s in the world, Nova Scotia spearheads Canadian advances in clean tech and ocean-business.
Canada’s premier region for digital technology, Ontario boasts the highest concentration of ICT businesses in Canada.
Prince Edward Island
From potatoes to tech: PEI is one of the fastest growing bioscience centres in Atlantic Canada.
A French-language, cosmopolitan digital-tech powerhouse, Quebec is home to one of Canada’s biggest AI and creative technology clusters.
Canada's "Bread Basket" province includes the Protein Industries Canada Innovation Supercluster. The province is home to ag-tech and biotech companies, as well as businesses that help mining industries innovate.