Google, Microsoft and other ICT giants can count on Québec’s expertise in artificial intelligence, one of our many promising growth sectors.
As a centre of knowledge and discovery, Québec is home to the largest life-sciences cluster in Canada and one of the biggest in North America.
Always breaking new ground, Québec is the Canadian leader in advanced transportation and sustainable vehicle technologies.
Over the next three years, Generix Group plans to hire more than 70 people. About 40 of these hires will be dedicated to the R&D centre created in Montréal.
The Québec government is extending a $2 million loan to Kraft Heinz Canada to establish a ketchup production line at its Mount Royal plant.
Maltem Canada plans to create 100 jobs in Montreal over the next three years, including 40 at its cyber security department.
Full-service game development agency Amber announced today their continued expansion with the opening of Amber Montreal. This new branch will specialize in engineering, localization and QA, with other disciplines to follow as it grows.
The move comes in anticipation of sustained company growth after the acquisition by Embracer Group and the upcoming console launch of Insurgency: Sandstorm.
Auticonsult, a IT consulting firm that employs consultants on the autism spectrum, announces the expansion of its Montréal team and plans to have 100 employees.
PamTen now brings its transformation talent to Montreal and the growing Canada market to create new jobs in the region.