Jobs growth in information and communications technology (ICT) sector outstripped overall Canadian labour market growth by 215%, according to the Information and Communications Technology Council’s (ICTC) Digital Economy Annual Review – 2014 Find out more, and read the review on … Continue reading →
We are very proud of our new WCT website and rightly so. It was a perfect example of a collaborative team effort by volunteers and it produced an amazing result in a short time period. Now we’d like people to … Continue reading →
OTTAWA, April 8, 2014. Last night at its sold-out Annual Awards Gala, Women in Communications and Technology (WCT) announced a new collaborative venture with Catalyst Canada, the leading non-profit organization expanding opportunities for women and business and Shaw Media that … Continue reading →
Written by Maureen Norman The final week of the program dealt with the two areas of study that are daunting to many people who are considering an MBA or EMBA degree – accounting and finance. According to Anita Barberio, Program … Continue reading →
Written by Maureen Norman Week 3 provided insights and knowledge into two areas of particular interest to WCT members – the science of persuasion and marketing. Session 5 – Persuasion and Influence Senior Lecturer John Oesch, who advises boards and … Continue reading →
An entity named Canadian Modern Women has copied our website in its entirety changing only the name and sponsors listed. It was done without our permission, we have contacted the RCMP Fraud Group and are seeking legal counsel in an … Continue reading →
Women in Communications and Technology (WCT) is a not-for-profit organization - an association of women who work in the communications, digital media and technology sectors. With the help of our sponsors, we are committed to creating jobs and advancing women in their careers by facilitating a Canadian network of industry support and recognition, leadership and skills development, and mentoring.