New Study Highlights the Importance of Continuing Investment by Facilities-based Wireless Operators

A new report by Nordicity highlights the critical contribution that Canada’s wireless sector makes to Canada’s economy. The report focuses on the significant economic impact the industry makes when it comes to GDP, jobs and capital investment.

“The wireless industry is a catalyst for the Canadian economy, generating jobs and economic gains across key sectors of the economy.” – CWTA President & CEO, Robert Ghiz

$48.2B
In contribution to the Canadian GDP.

327K
Number of full-time equivalent jobs generated.

$3.1B
Capital investments in wireless infrastructure in 2018.

Read the Media Release here.

Read the Nordicity report here.

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