Canadian Industry Online - Editor's Note


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ello Canadian readers! As we finally conclude winter (wow, what a long one it’s been), spring brings new opportunities to many industries in Canada. The tech sector continues to blossom, as you’ll note from our cover interview with IBM, a company celebrating roots that go back 100 years.


There are many industries in Canada in addition to tech that are going through monumental shifts and growth spurts: one such industry is the developing cannabis industry. We’ll be talking to lots of companies building facilities and making headlines in this sector over the coming months.


Finally, our annual construction and real estate, entertainment, and energy issues are coming up. So if you have contributions you’d like to submit for these, please send me an email at sara.kopamees@industrymedia.ca. Thank you, and talk to you next month!


Sara Kopamees
Editor in Chief

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