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Food insecurity is a serious problem in many Canadian communities and this is especially true among children in Montréal, which has the highest rate of child poverty in Quebec. Studies show healthy eating is linked to academic success. Since 1991...

At CGI, we are passionate about helping students in our communities become the next-generation of information technology professionals. Through our STEM@CGI program, we attract, retain and develop the talent of young people for STEM (Science, Technology, Engineering, and Mathematics) careers.

CGI is working with a large Canadian public transportation agency to help plan how it responds, rebounds and reinvents through this crisis.

New virtual reality has increased vulnerability to threat actors. To respond to these heightened cybersecurity risks, CGI’s security experts are uniting by volunteering their expertise and time to better protect people, businesses and communities against cyber threats.

CGI developed the STEM@CGI At Home program that offers fun STEM-based activity packs for children to do at home.These resources cover subjects ranging from coding, to environmental sustainability, to robotics that can be learnt through interesting hands-on tasks like building...

CGI consultant Stephanie LaBonte created an app to connect volunteers with non-profit organizations needing help.

Meet Melanie Gallant, a CGI consultant who organized STEM camps to encourage women to pursue technology careers