AOL Canada is a wholly owned subsidiary of America Online, Inc., which is the world's leading interactive services company with more than 28 million members worldwide. AOL Canada provides enhanced Internet experiences to Canadians. Representing a portfolio of pioneering Internet brands including AOL, Netscape and CompuServe, AOL Canada Inc. continues to change and enhance the scope of what people can do online. AOL Canada is dedicated to helping people get more out of their Internet with new Internet innovations that offer more control, better security, more versatility and a more enjoyable experience.
AOL Canada's portfolio of online services are provided under the AOL®, Netscape® and CompuServe® brands. AOL branded products include AOL Broadband high-speed Internet service; AOL Max Internet software for any high-speed connection; and AOL dial-up. Netscape branded products include Netscape.ca and Netscape.qc.ca portals; Netscape browser; Netscape Internet services; and Netscape NitroTM web accelerator. AOL Canada also offers IP-based communication services including AOL TotalTalkTM using Voice over Internet Protocol (VoIP) and AOL Talk for AOL Instant Messenger® (AIM®). AIM is the world's leading instant messaging community with more than 35 million active users globally.
The AOL Media Network of online properties such as CNNMoney.com and SportsIllustrated.com reach millions of Canadian consumers monthly.
AOL is a registered trademark of America Online, Inc.
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News on AOL Canada
Le Huffington Post Quebec goes live today featuring HuffPost’s unique combination of original reporting, aggregation, and social engagement tools. The announcement was made today by... more
AOL has revealed what Canadians searched the most for in 2011. NEWS Canadians searched the most for the Royal Wedding, which saw Will and Mate enter martial bliss. The nation-wide, highly... more
AOL Canada has announced the launch of Editions, a free daily magazine for the iPad that delivers "a streamlined and uniquely beautiful reading experience tailored to the individual interests of... more
AOL Canada and the Huffington Post Media Group (HPMG) announced announced their plan to launch Le Huffington Post Québec. The announcement comes six months after the debut of The... more
While Techvibes reported that the IAB recently released a report that mobile advertising was growing four times faster than online advertising, I had a chance to take in the conference they ran in... more
Yesterday, AOL Canada announced that they have partnered with Toronto social sharing startup Shweet.com to provide a social contesting platform and to create the MyNXNE iPhone app that offers... more
At the Canadian Marketing Association's National Convention this morning, Arianna Huffington spoke of a brave new world in media, ranging from the fairness and equality social media has... more
AOL Canada announced today the launch of its next generation homepage, AOL.ca. The new site features the prerequisite breaking news, entertainment updates and news articles in a new... more
I was most excited for a presentation by AOL on social networking. Most people remember AOL as the dialup king that sent everyone on earth a ‘free trial’ CD. These days most of... more
It looks like a rumoured AOL-Yahoo! merger is becoming more likely than previously thought. According to The Associated Press, AOL has hired new financial advisors for the specific purpose of... more
Yahoo! and AOL were both big time players in the ‘90s and early ‘00s, but since then, both have struggles to maintain relevance under pressure from Google, Microsoft and Web 2.0... more
Paul Allen, a co-founder of Microsoft (but has since left), has filed lawsuits against AOL, Apple, eBay, Facebook, Netflix, Office Depot, OfficeMax, Staples, Yahoo and YouTube (owned by... more