New Study Highlights Increasing Importance of Canadian Wireless Sector to the Canadian Economy

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 billions of dollars of investments in infrastructure and innovation made each year by Canada’s facilities-based wireless operators help drive the Canadian economy, create thousands of well-paying jobs and play a critical role in enabling key industry sectors to shift to the new digital and data-driven economy.” – CWTA President & CEO, Robert Ghiz

$27.5B

In contribution to the Canadian GDP.

151.5K

Number of full-time equivalent jobs generated.

$2.92B

Capital investments in wireless infrastructure in 2017.

Read the Media Release here.

Read the Nordicity report here.

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