Investment in the information and communications technology (ICT) sector is often cited as an important way to create conditions for economic growth in developed nations. So how is Canada doing compared to other countries around the world?
As part of the coverage leading up to our Technicity event with the City of Toronto on Nov. 22, we’re examing that question, and more specifically looking at the status Toronto’s ICT cluster, with a series of infographics. Our first in the series examines how Canada stacks up in terms of networked readiness, digital economy, and ICT expenditure per capita.
Technicity – technology as an engine of economic growth
Based on data from the Technology in Toronto Region: Regional Innovation Cluster Report by the Toronto Region Research Alliance. Click to view a larger PDF file. Graphic design by Anis Litim.