Techvibes Tech Fest, a one-of-a-kind event that brings together the fastest growing companies and job seeking talent, is coming to Toronto. Looking for a job or investigating career options? On February 19th chow down on some delicious appetizers at Steam Whistle Brewing while meeting some of the Executive team & Hiring Managers...read more
There's no denying Canadians have less content to watch on Netflix than in the US. But things may not be quite...read more
Canadians pay some of the highest fees in the world for financial services and new data released by Wealthsimple indicates that they are also burdened by lengthy transfer out times.read more
Visual product search platform Slyce has acquired SnipSnap.
The Canadian company scooped up the US-born app for $6.5 million.read more
Did the universe begin before the Big Bang?
At least one Canadian physicist believes so. Dr. Colin Gillespie, now also a lawyer and author, has been tackling the beginning of the universe full-time since 2008. He has now written a book—Time One: Discover How the Universe Began—a challenging read that questions a lot and answers little, and provokes rich thought.read more
For the longest time, team sports have had reputations as being poorly organized.
It was not because the coaches were incompetent or because the players were disorganized; it was because there was a lack of easy-to-use tools. In addition, the market for communication, management, and scheduling apps is as crowded as a defensive zone in the forth quarter.read more
Today, WIND Mobile submitted a deposit and confirmed its participation in the AWS-3 and 2500 MHz spectrum auctions scheduled for spring 2015.read more
The Institute of Communication Agencies in partnership with Ipsos Reid this week unveiled the Top 10 Most Influential Brands in Canada at day two of FFWD: Advertising & Marketing Week 2015 in Toronto.
The Most Influential Brands Study examines five key dimensions that define and determine the most influential brands in Canada, including Corporate Citizenship, Engagement, Leading Edge, Presence, and Trustworthiness.read more
Recently the Office of the Privacy Commissioner of Canada, Canada’s main privacy watchdog, indicated that the behavior of Canadian online advertisers will be subject to increased scrutiny, announcing a project aimed at studying privacy compliance in behavioral advertising, a practice which targets ads at individuals based on their browsing history.
The main purpose of this project will be to look at whether Canadian online advertisers engaging in the practice are complying with applicable privacy laws.read more
After six weeks of nominations and voting, the 2014 Canadian Startup Awards have boiled down to this one moment: the winners. This year we received more than 40,000 votes, a significant increase from last year's awards.
We want to thank all of our readers—from the voters to the startups and the entrepreneurs and investors who power them—for making Canada's startup community so vibrant and innovative. And now, the winners:read more
Startup of the Year finalist Slack has acquired Screenhero.
Slack, a billion-dollar company founded by Entrepreneur of the Year Stewart Butterfield, spent more than half a year courting the tiny startup, which specializes in real-time collaboration features like voice calls and screen sharing.read more
A survey of North American bank customers conducted for FICO has found that Millennials are embracing alternative banking services in greater numbers than older generations.read more
Tagga this week unveiled the Tagga Engagement Marketing Platform.read more