Armenian Development Agency

The International Informatization Academy signed a cooperation agreement with the Armenian Development Agency in May 2007.




Annual Concert

The annual concert of the dancers representing different ethnic communities of Quebec will take place on June 25, 2007 at Place des Arts (Wilfrid Pelletier Hall).

This charitable event is organized in cooperation with Sunrise Charity and is supported by the Federal Government of Canada and the City of Montreal.

The concert is devoted to the Canada Day and to the Day of Multiculturalism.

OWHC partnership

The International Informatization Academy has established partnership relations with the Organization of World Heritage Cities (OWHC).

The following cities became members of the OWHC due to references of the IIA:

  • Kazan (Russia)
  • Acheng (China)
  • Tripoli (Lybia)
  • Yerevan (Armenia)
  • Echmiadzine (Armenia)


Canarm wins bid

"Canar Precious Metals Co.", owned by "Gadji Commerce International Inc.", Canadian entity with headquarters in Montreal, Canada, won an international bid organized by the Ministry of the Environment of Armenia on November 7, 2007.

According to the state license, Gadji Co. received the right to study and exploit the gold mine located in the southern region of Armenia. The estimated value of gold in this mine is about 26MT.

IIA announces partners for 2008

The International Informatization Academy announced that in 2008, its major country partners will be the United States of America, China, Russia, Lybia, Brazil and Armenia.

The International Informatization Academy also announced that it will continue to support Canadian entities in accessing major international markets.

Work has already started with Lybian and international partners on different projects to be implemented in Lybia. Examples of such projects include;

  • Bunkering (Dalcona Inc., Canada)
  • Construction and Production of Construction Materials (Faberon Inc., Canada, Russia, China)


Tata in Montreal 2001

In August 2001, the International Informatization Academy organized the concert of famous armenian pop singer Tata and his band in Montreal, Quebec. The event was part of the cultural development program of the IIA. The concert was held at the famous Salle Claude-Champagne which is a unique hall famous for being specifically built for musical events. The hall is the most important music hall of the University of Montreal and is renowned for its excellent acoustic capabilities.