The federal government says it will put an additional $142.6 million into its anti-cybercrime strategy over the next five years.read more
Where do startups draw that innovation-fuelling inspiration from? Where do they find the support to make their ideas a reality? What do these companies need to do to expand globally?
GoToMeeting in Canada asked the hottest startups across the country to share their thoughts on growth and what is means to be innovative.read more
Telus has added more than 30 new solutions to its Internet of Things Marketplace since its December 2014 launch, the company said this week.read more
Toronto’s Bitmaker Labs is petitioning the government of Canada with an unusual request: to designate “Code” as Canada’s third official language.read more
Female entrepreneurs started two-thirds of new businesses in Canada last year.read more
On July 24, members of Ottawa’s tech and startup community gathered downtown to celebrate the culmination of ProductHunt Ottawa’s successful inaugural season.read more
As car companies work on offering more electric options on their fleets, a familiar name is bringing EV technology to motorcycles.read more
On the weekend, Lighthouse Labs organized and hosted the inaugural Code It Forward event, a 36-hour hackathon for charities and non-profits in Vancouver.
Developers, designers, and idea people came together for the social initiative with the intent to solve tech problems and bring best practices to the various organizations’ online efforts.read more
Inspired by the mounting frustration with Toronto’s notorious traffic jams, and the introduction of HOV lanes, Commutero is an app hoping to make commuting faster and more interesting.read more
Technology has always sought to find a blend with clothing.read more