Canadian Information Technology Organizations
The Canadian Information Processing Society (CIPS) provides leadership in information systems and technologies by developing
and promoting quality standards and practices, research, certification, and
professional development while safeguarding the public interest.
The Information Technology Association of Canada (ITAC) mission is to identify and lead on issues that affect our industry
and to advocate initiatives, which will enable its continued growth and development.
CATA, Canadian Advanced Technology Alliance, is Canada's leading, most influential and entrepreneurial technology
alliance, in regular contact with twenty thousand high tech business executives.
The Canadian Coalition for Tomorrow’s ICT Skills (CCICT) is an industry-led coalition of employers, universities and industry organizations, founded by Bell Canada in 2007. Our aim is to ensure that Canadian organizations can hire the information and communications technology (ICT) professionals they need to meet the changing and diverse needs of the 21st century workforces.
As the largest and most influential association representing BC's technology industry, BC Technology Industries Association is
dedicated to fostering growth and development in the province's technology industry and member companies.
Digital Nova Scotia is a not-for-profit organization dedicated to the ongoing growth and development of Nova Scotia’s Digital Technologies Industry. Originally incorporated in 1989, Digital Nova Scotia has been serving the Nova Scotia industry for over 20 years. Our organization began as the Software Industry Association of Nova Scotia (SIANS) and later became the Information Technology Industry Alliance of Nova Scotia (ITANS).
Located in Waterloo, Communitech Technology Association is a not-for-profit, member-supported
organization that is recognized as the voice of technology in the Waterloo
The Information and Communications Technology Council (ICTC) is a not-for-profit sector council dedicated to creating a diverse, prepared and highly educated Canadian ICT industry and workforce.
ICTC is a catalyst for change, pushing for innovations that will provide standards, labour market intelligence, career pathways and integration initiatives for the Canadian ICT industry, educators and governments.
The BC Regional Science _ Technology Network (BCRSTN) is a not-for-profit society whose members work within thier regions to enhance the application of science and technology to aid the growth and development of innovative businesses in regional BC.
The National Association of Computer Consulting Businesses Canada (NACCB Canada) provides education and awareness on public policy issues that impact the IT Services industry in Canada. As well, the NACCB Canada represents the interests of its members to policymakers to ensure that legislation does not inhibit the growth of the IT Services industry.
ASTTBC is the Association for Technology Professionals in British Columbia. It's mission is to serve the public by regulating and supporting Technology Professionals' commitment to a safe, healthy, and sustainable society and environment.
The Certified Technicians and Technologists Association of Manitoba is the professional association that Certifies and Regulates Engineering Technicians and Technologists in Manitoba.