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More professors needed to increase number of qualified engineers in Canada

News | 10/02/2000 4:00 am EDT
The critical shortage of information and communications technologies (ICT) professionals is one step closer to being addressed as key stakeholders hammered out a plan to attack the growing problem. Last week, major players from the telecommunications community, including industry, government and academia, put the final touches on a draft framework that they hope will convince the federal government to allocate between $550 and $600 million over the next five years in its February budget.

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