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Wednesday, April 15, 2009

Announcing Canada 3.0

Canada is at a crucial juncture in the digital economy. The country must decide how it is going to position itself to compete in the global digital economy. While Canada has areas of digital international leadership, rapidly changing economic and technological environments demand concerted action. There is an urgent need for Canada to define and implement a national digital strategy. The Canada 3.0 Forum represents the critical launch of that national effort.

On June 7-9, 2009 digital media leaders, policy makers and educators will gather at the University of Waterloo’s Stratford Institute to begin defining Canada’s digital future. Participants from government, private sector organizations, universities and colleges will participate in workshops, seminars and roundtable discussions to share their expertise and consider the nation-wide initiatives, best-practices and resources required to make Canada a highly competitive player in the digital media space.

Topics include:
Vision for Canada's Digital Future
Digital Shovels: Building Infrastructure
Mobility and Media
Digital Media Research and Commercialization
Skills Development and Job Creation

This intensive, highly collaborative experience will showcase Canada’s digital media innovators, visionaries, policy makers and inventors an opportunity to be a part of defining Canada's digital future. Join us in Stratford in June 2009.

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