Agreed plus the big thing for Calgary compared to a few of the other cities is that investment actually increased substantially in Q4 2019 so hopefully that means momentum going into 2020that's not exactly great, considering we're the 4th largest metro and 3rd largest municipality.
Edit: But seeing we are only slightly behind Waterloo RM and ahead of Ottawa, I'm more content with our placement.
Toronto and Vancouver seem to be getting the bulk of investment in this sector.“The tech sector is growing in the city of Calgary […] and it is a signal to the market that tech might be what helps Calgary emerge from this downturn, because I don’t think the energy sector can do it,” Emory said in a television interview with BNN Bloomberg Thursday.www.bnnbloomberg.ca
That's not surprising to me. Honestly I don't expect Calgary to directly compete with the Toronto, Vancouver, Montreal markets. Rather I see Calgary becoming more of a secondary market for the tech firms which would still be very significant for us.Toronto and Vancouver seem to be getting the bulk of investment in this sector.