Canada’s Tech Firms Capitalize On Immigration Anxiety In The Age Of Trump

Following President Trump’s immigration policies, highly skilled tech workers are moving to Canada instead of the United States.

“We feel that Canada has a window of opportunity here to be able to attract the best and the brightest,” says Salim Teja, vice president of the MaRS Discovery District, a major incubator for tech companies in Toronto “A lot of these technology companies are very international businesses where talent is flowing freely in and out of different countries … If the U.S. becomes a tough place to do business that way, they may look at Canada as an easy market for them to set up in.” Read more about it at NPR.