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Welcome to the Information and Communication Technologies Association of Manitoba

WHO WE ARE

ICTAM represents Manitoba’s top tech businesses, from start-up to multinational and everything in between, helping companies thrive and grow.

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What We Do

We're on a mission to showcase Manitoba’s innovation and grow the province’s tech sector. Through collaboration, education and promotion, we bring people together to share skills, explore ideas and build a strong community.

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Upcoming Events

  • Tech Mash Up: "Achieving ‘AI Everywhere’ in Your Organization" +

      Presented by Sierra Systems   Over the next few years, AI will become a commodity technology that is integrated Read More
  • Consultation Workshop 1: Women in Tech +

    Calling all women with STEM or ICT/digital backgrounds including those who have exited or are entering these fields. We need Read More
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  • "Growth is never by mere chance; it is the result of forces working together." - James Cash Penney
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March 2017 - Red River College

We all know the saying: In the job hunt, it’s not what you know – it’s who you know.

Luckily for its students, Red River College stacks the deck.

Combining experiential learning with technology, work co-ops, placements and mentorships, the post-secondary institution helps students gain skills and build networks while they’re still in school. World-class instructors teach students the skills they need to be competitive in the job market in occupations associated with business, nursing, engineering, computer science and communications. The college uses state-of-the-art, industry-standard technology to bring its students up to snuff and get them job-ready.

With campuses around the province, Red River College brings its Manitoban practicality to students in rural communities and cities as far away as Southport, Portage and Peguis.

Depending on the program, former Red River College students annually rate among the most employable grads in the province.

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