Daybreak Montreal | Nov 20, 2012 | 9:53

Feature interview with John Stokes

John Stokes has only been in Montreal for six years but he finds himself at the center of the technology start-up revolution as an investor and organizer. His latest project is Notman house on Sherbrooke Street which he wants to transform into a place where young tech entrepreneurs can collaborate and have access to investors.

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