Canada’s clean energy, ICT, life sciences, and advanced manufacturing sectors are clustered around seven vibrant metropolitan areas.
Also in Ontario, the Waterloo region known as the Technology Triangle, which consists of the cities of Cambridge, Kitchener, and Waterloo, has become a preferred destination for technology start-ups, incubators, accelerators, and young inventors. High technology in the “Triangle” is supported by three acclaimed universities, a college, and more than 150 research organizations, including the Perimeter Institute (where physicist Stephen Hawking is a Distinguished Research Chair) and the Institute for Quantum Computing. More than 22 percent of all spin-off Canadian information technology companies have gotten their start in University of Waterloo incubator programs.
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