With the recent massive influx of government spending and plans for the creation of a Digital Media Corridor in Stratford and Kitchener the digital economy in Canada has become a hot topic. The same group that has been organizing the Digital Media Corridor is hosting Canada 3.0 this June, a conference designed to look at the future of Canada’s digital economy.The conference is aimed at defining and implementing a nationally strategy for our digital economy.
Policy makers, educators and other digital media leaders will be attending the conference. Workshops, seminars and roundtable discussions will encourage attendee’s participation in helping to shape a Canadian strategy for the digital future. The main topics being covered include; the Vision for Canada’s Digital Future, Digital Shovels: Building Infrastructure, Digital Rights and Creative Content Development, Mobility and Media, Digital Media Research and Commercialization, and Skills Development and Job Creation.
Canada 3.0 is being held from June 7th - 9th at the University of Waterloo’s Stratford Institute. You can register for the Canada 3.0 conference on their website, the confrence cost is $495.00.