Canada’s Digital Technology Supercluster is proudly based out of British Columbia, with partners from, and benefits that will be felt across Canada. The consortium includes founding members TELUS, Microsoft, Teck, Change Healthcare, Providence Health Care, and the University of British Columbia. Since being short-listed as one of nine applicants, new members have joined, including: Shoppers Drug Mart, Canfor, GE Digital, The Terry Fox Research Institute, University Health Network (“UHN”) – Princess Margaret Cancer Centre, SickKids and over 200 other organizations and post-secondary institutions resulting in over $500 million in committed funding. The Supercluster will advance collaborative projects that are guided by defined industry needs to advance solutions using virtual, mixed and augmented reality, data analytics and quantum computing.  To learn more or to join Canada’s Digital Technology Supercluster visit: