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Toronto #1 Canada City for Tech Immigrants in Global Talent War

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Toronto #1 Canada City for Tech Immigrants in Global Talent War

Toronto has solidified its claim as the #1 tech city for immigrants in Canada - and the #1 growing tech hub in North America!

A new report shows Toronto, Ontario is the #1 tech city in North America. CBRE scores U.S. and Canadian cities on their tech talent. In their 2020 report, Toronto was #1 on the list in Canada for 2020 with a ranking of 87.6, and added 36.5% more workers between 2014 and 2019 — making tech workers 8.8% of the city's total workforce. Their 2019 study showed that Toronto saw the biggest growth in technology jobs of any North American city over the past five years, more than San Francisco, New York and Seattle.

Toronto is attracting tech talent faster than any other city in North America, and is now the 4th largest tech hub in North America, following the San Francisco Bay Area, Washington and Seattle.

Top 4 Canadian Cities for Foreign Tech Workers

Why Tech Chooses Toronto

Multiple private and public factors have contributed to Toronto's growth as a technology center.

  • Canada Wants Immigrants
    Canada is actively recruiting skilled and educated newcomers to help rebuild the economy, replace an ageing workforce and create new jobs for Canadians.

Toronto Tech Sector

Toronto immigration lawyer Evelyn Ackah says Canada is a desirable destination for foreign tech workers:

Canada's quality of life and values are very appealing to highly skilled immigrants and entrepreneurs who want to move to Canada. Our cost of living, education system and healthcare are excellent. Ackah Law helps skilled tech immigrants from around the globe who want to move to Canada to work or build their business and help build a stronger Canada.

Are You A Tech Worker Who Wants to Move To Toronto?

Award-winning immigration lawyer Evelyn Ackah has built a reputation for her ability to solve immigration problems before they occur and her dedication to her clients and their dream to live and work in Canada. With offices in Toronto, Calgary and Vancouver, Ackah Business Immigration Law smooths the way to new opportunities in Canada. Contact Ackah Law today at (403) 452‑9515 or email us directly at contact@ackahlaw.com.


Evelyn L. Ackah, BA, LL.B.

Founder/Managing Lawyer

Ms. Ackah is passionate about immigration law because it focuses on people and relationships, which are at the core of her personal values. Starting her legal career as a corporate/commercial ...

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