Data mining/analytics of Land Registry system (Quebec) - QC-115
Preferred Disciplines: Analytics, Information Technology, Urbanism, Geography, Finance
Company: National Bank of Canada
Project Length: Flexible
Desired start date: As soon as possible
Location: Toronto / Montreal (remote work also possible)
No. of Positions: Flexible
Preferences: Universities in Quebec, as they are more likely to have strong knowledge of local land registries. No language preferences.
With $234 billion in assets as at January 31, 2017, National Bank of Canada, together with its subsidiaries, forms one of Canada’s leading integrated financial groups. The Bank has more than 21,000 employees and is widely recognized as a top employer. The Bank's securities are listed on the Toronto Stock Exchange (TSX: NA).
The land registry system in Canada is a complex and highly fragmented environment and there is tremendous variability within and amongst provinces. We believe an opportunity exists to better harmonize land registry data across Canada with the benefit of making available data elements more readily available to private and public entities for commercialization, research and policy initiatives. Understanding the role that blockchain can play within this context is of particular interest to the Bank
Background and required skills
Create a methodology to mine Quebec housing data sources such as land registries and local municpality information; explore and understand the role that blockchain technology can play in organizing and commodotizing data
- To be determined
Expertise and Skills Needed:
- Knowledge/research interest of land registry and municipality structure
- Data Mining
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Interested students need to get the approval from their supervisor and send their CV along with a link to their supervisor’s university webpage by applying through the webform or directly to Jesse Vincent-Herscovici at, JVH(a)mitacs.ca