Amazon is opening a new office in downtown Toronto.read more
Metroland Media has relaunched the Tradyo app after acquiring the Toronto-born startup last year.read more
Kitchener's Clearpath Robotics announced today it has raised a $14 million Series A financing round led by RRE Ventures with participation from iNovia Capital.
With this first round of institutional investment, the company "dedicated to automating the world's dullest, dirtiest and deadliest jobs with intelligent service robots" will expand its robotics portfolio from autonomous vehicles that traverse air, water and rugged terrain to more industrial applications.read more
PageCloud has raised a seed round.read more
Over 60 women came out for the SheEO Ideafest at Ryerson University’s Digital Media Zone this past Saturday, which catered to women at the idea stage of their venture and let them hone those ideas with mentors and other women in similar positions.read more
You've decided to take your business to the next level by creating an online store to sell your products. It makes sense.
After all, e-Commerce accounts for several hundred billions of dollars in revenue each year in North America alone. E-Commerce is a great way to expand your customer base and multiply sales, but one FAQ when taking on a new e-Commerce project (such as this one) has always been: How do we know which platform is right for our business?read more
The BC government is indexing increases in the general minimum hourly wage to the province's Consumer Price Index.read more
A report published this week revealed that Canadian Internet providers are still falling short when it comes to being transparent about how they protect their customers’ privacy.
The report found that all telecom companies need to do more to keep customers informed about how they safeguard privacy.read more
Checkfront has rasied a seed round.read more
CyberNorth Ventures has unveiled "The 55 Rock Stars of Waterloo," a list of innovators in idea creation and community support.read more
The Accelerator Centre announced today the graduation of two more tech startups from its incubation program.read more
Women in Canada represent the majority of university graduates, yet they only account for 39 percent of those convocating with a STEM degree. This number drops further when you look at how many are currently employed in high tech occupations, with women representing 18 per cent of employees on average.read more