There’s no doubt that social media—and Twitter in particular—has had a major impact on Canadian politics and the ongoing mayoral race in Toronto is no exception.
But now that impact appears to be spreading over into the legal system.read more
Are you looking for work in Canada’s growing tech sector? We’ve selected a few from our job board to get you started in your search.read more
Ladies Learning Code, a national non-profit offering beginner tech education, has announced the second year of the Canada-wide initiative designed to promote technology education: National Learn to Code Day.
On September 27, 750 adult learners will attend simultaneous workshops in-person in 16 cities across the country, while hundreds more will tune in virtually.read more
A new expert panel report, Science Culture: Where Canada Stands, released last week by the Council of Canadian Academies, helps to paint the clearest picture of Canada's science culture and science culture support system in 25 years.
The report found that 42 per cent of Canadians have a basic level of scientific literacy necessary to understand media reports about science, putting Canada first among 35 countries with similar available data.read more
Did you know one of the easiest ways to feel happy is by helping others?read more
Ottawa is officially home to a new incubator and accelerator, hoping to lure bright minds in enterprise software from around the world to the nation’s capital.read more
Last year Techvibes hosted a recruiting event called Tech Fest that brought together the hottest tech companies in Vancouver.
The one-of-a-kind event had a lineup of execs from some of fastest growing companies in Vancouver pitching the audience on why you should work for them.
After a stop in Toronto, Techvibes is bringing this event back to Vancouver on September 18 and you're invited to attend.read more
Wouldn't it be cool if you could just win a backpack stuffed with more than $1,000 of cool gear?read more
A Canadian university has decided to accept bitcoins as currency for textbooks.read more
In 2008, Apple launched the App Store for the iPhone. It quickly came to define what an app store was all about. And what it was about was games and other consumer-focused tasks.
But travel back in time a few years before that, and you find yourself in a world before the iPhone, when smartphones were not on consumer wish lists.read more
The CRTC’s Vice-Chairpersons of Broadcasting and Telecommunications today hosted a meeting with nearly a dozen telecommunications and broadcasting distribution companies to discuss charges for paper bills.read more
I’ve been obsessed with good coffee since I’ve been an adult (if, arguably, I am one now). Through three million miles on the road, drinking coffee was amazing and terrible and everything in between.
I’ve learned that you need two things for a truly superb cup of coffee:read more
Earlier this year, I set out on my first ever crowdfunding campaign to raise money for a student group at the University of Alberta called AlbertaSat.
The goal of our campaign was to raise $15,000 to cover the launch cost of a cube satellite created by students and faculty—the first of its kind to be designed and developed in the province of Alberta.read more
The burgeoning Vancouver sharing economy will see a new member join its ranks this fall—this time with an artistic twist.
A team of entrepreneurs, assembled by former journalist and communications advisor Michelle Martin, are launching a website in September designed to connect artists with art consumers.read more