Not a Myth: Cord Cutting Continues in Canada as Cable Companies Lose Thousands More Customers

Canada’s large cable and satellite providers have had another year of declining subscriber numbers.

The seven largest cable, satellite and IPTV providers lost a total of over 24,000 subscribers between Aug. 31, 2013 and Aug. 31, 2014, according to disclosures filed to the Canadian Radio-television and Telecommunications Commission and released last week.

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Canadian Startups Collide in Las Vegas

From the team behind Web Summit, Collision returns to Downtown Las Vegas  May 5 and 6.

Web Summit's American cousin has been dubbed the "fastest growing conference in the US" and this year Collision will feature over 1,000 startups. Not surprisely a fair number of those 1,000 startups will hail from north of the border.

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TomTom's Traffic Index Reveals Vancouver, Toronto and Ottawa top the list of Most Congested Cities

TomTom (TOM2) today released its 5th annual Traffic Index, the most accurate barometer of traffic congestion in over 200 cities worldwide.

In addition to revealing rising congestion levels around the globe, for the first time, the Index took an in-depth look at the true impact of rush hour traffic on the work week, uncovering that evening rush hour nearly doubles the journey time for car commuters in Canada'sbusiest cities.

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Rajen Ruparell's Journey from Entrepreneur to Investor

Rajen Ruparell, the Calgary-born entrepreneur best known for founding Citydeal in Europe, which was later bought by Groupon, is already finding much success in his latest investment, Endy.

The online-only mattress store offers mattresses for much less than those found in traditional showrooms, and made at least $500,000 in its first week of sales.

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