Government of Canada Renews Commitment to Collaborative Innovation
FEBRUARY 13, 2023
Canada's renewed commitment provides the foundation for the Digital Supercluster to continue to grow Canadian companies, build world-leading technologies and create a healthier, sustainable and talented world.
Call for Proposals in Talent and Workforce Development
March 1, 2023
The Digital Supercluster is now accepting Expressions of Interest (EOIs) for talent and workforce development projects in our Digital Learning Lab.
The Canadian Tech Talent Accelerator - Showing No Signs of Slowing Down
October 18, 2022
We’re supporting Canada’s economic recovery by providing tech skills to unemployed and underemployed youth from communities underrepresented in the digital economy.
Digital Technology Supercluster
The Digital Supercluster is driving Canada’s growth and prosperity through global leadership in digital innovation. We bring together businesses, academia, community and government agencies to solve some of industry and society’s biggest challenges – better and faster than any single organization can do on its own. Together, we are advancing towards a net zero society, building a healthier Canada and creating the digitally skilled workforce Canada needs to win in the digital world.Learn More
Bold Projects. Big Impact.
Canadian Tech Talent Accelerator
Supporting Canada’s economic recovery by offering digital technology training programs to over 2500 unemployed and underemployed youth of underrepresented groups or ethnic minority backgrounds.
Precision Agriculture to Improve Crop Health
Using computer power to prevent pests and protect food crops.
Telewound Care Canada
Using AI to deliver remote wound care to the most vulnerable patients.
Crossing new boundaries through the power of community and unbound ambition.
The Digital Technology Supercluster is an independent, not-for-profit organization that mobilizes industry-led collaboration and co-investment across the health, natural resources and industrial sectors. Canadian technology companies, academia, researchers and public stakeholders work together to grow digitally skilled talent and tackle real-world problems related to Canadians’ well-being, climate change and digital enterprise transformation.
Areas of technology advancement include big data analytics, quantum computing, genomics, AI, machine learning, future networks, distributed systems and virtual, mixed and augmented reality.Become a Member
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Indigenous Creators Are Ready For Their Close-Up With Technology
See what the future has in store.