BlackBerry to help modernize Indigenous People's technology

Monday, July 1, 2019
Ariel Deutschmann
Kitchener Today

Blackberry has announced that they will be providing technology with other tech companies to help Indigenous communities across Canada.

At the Indigenous Technology Summit in Montreal, BlackBerry discussed collaborating with Microsoft and Forrest Green to improve the health, education, safety and economic development within communities.

BlackBerry and other partners will provide technology to help Indigenous communities to increase data-driven decisions and provide skills-based education programs for residents. 

With these programs, the aim is to help Indigenous People to access and participate in the digital economy. 

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