Technum Québec - Zone d'Innovation de Bromont

Bromont, April 26, 2024 – The Government of Canada and the Government of Quebec are investing $98.8 million, respectively $59.9 million and $38.9 million, in a joint project between IBM Canada and the MiQro Collaboration Center Innovation (C2MI) in the heart of the innovation zone in digital technologies and intelligent electronic systems in Bromont.

The project, worth a total of $226.5 million, will support research and development in the latest technologies, add new IBM Canada manufacturing capabilities and strengthen the semiconductor supply chain in Canada. It will create 250 jobs and 240 intern positions for students enrolled in cooperative programs.

“IBM is a key player within Bromont’s mature and efficient ecosystem. he announcement of this major investment fits very well with the strategic relocation of the global semiconductor supply chain to America.”

Normand Bourbonnais, President and CEO of Technum Québec

Invisible to the majority of us, electronic components are present in various forms in all sectors of the modern economy, such as aerospace, health, agriculture, energy transition and artificial intelligence. They make it possible to collect the data that makes our homes, our cars, our phones and a whole series of objects that we use every day intelligent. This strategic investment aims to strengthen Canada’s role in the relocation of global supply chains for semiconductors and intelligent electronic systems.

For all the details:

Press release from the Government of Canada : Nous investissons dans les semi-conducteurs pour favoriser la création d’emplois, la croissance économique et les nouvelles opportunités (

Press release from the Government of Quebec: Pour un secteur de la microélectronique plus performant – Près de 40 M$ à IBM Canada pour appuyer les capacités d’assemblage avancé des semiconducteurs à son usine de Bromont (