A view inside the Electronic Arts Vancouver campus.


With a talent pool of over 2.8 million educated, highly skilled, and flexible workers, British Columbia (B.C.) is the top choice for clean-tech and high-tech companies looking to establish or expand their operations.

BC Hydro employees looking over the Ruskin Dam.

World-class talent

B.C.’s multilingual and diverse talent pool is well-equipped to work in growing technology sectors including data centers, hydrogen production, and upstream value chain production.

People taking photos of Justin Trudeau at an Amazon office announcement.

Cultivating talent for the long-term

B.C.’s workforce consists of highly trained professionals and is replenished by a talent pipeline from over 25 provincial institutions. The provincial government has education programs in place that nurture students throughout their academic training while incentivizing research and development.

World-class post-secondary schools in B.C. train graduates to excel in tech careers. Each year, more than 3,000 students graduate from computer science and engineering programs. These students benefit from partnerships between schools and companies in the region’s growing technology sector.
Provincial and federal immigration programs draw in international talent that further strengthens B.C.’s growing technology sector.

Learn more about B.C.’s talent pipeline