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Is Canada's digital economy at risk of being passed by on the world stage? In an earlier discussion, Bernard Courtois, president and CEO of the Information Technology Association, spoke about Canada's strengths and weaknesses.

From smart phones, to GPS systems, digital tools shape modern life. Mr. Courtois asks whether Canadians - and Canadian businesses - will be more technologically inventive in several generations.

Industry Minister Tony Clement recently announced an online consultation aimed at building consensus on a digital economy strategy for Canada.

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Where do you think Canada should be focusing to develop our digital work force for the future?

To read Mr Courtois's essay, click here





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