Alberta dominates this year's ranking of Canada's best places to start and grow a business. The annual national ranking, compiled in the 2014 Entrepreneurial Communities report from the Canadian Federation of Independent Business, places eight of the top 10 municipal areas to start and grow a business in one province: Alberta. "As...read more
The Canadian Radio-television and Telecommunications Commission today released its 2014 Communications Monitoring Report, which shows that Canadian families spend over $190 each month on communications services.read more
Retailers of all sizes are looking to grow their business during the crucial holiday season but need more help navigating the online shelf, according to a new survey conducted by Google Canada.read more
Mobile devices effectively serve as a concierge, guide and companion for travellers, who rely on smartphones and other mobile devices at every stage.
According to the 2014 Expedia/Egencia Mobile Index, 94% of people bring at least one mobile device when they take personal vacations and 97% bring at least one device on business trips, revealing "the deep dependence modern travellers have on their mobile devices."read more
Universities have been slow to catch on to almost everything born out of the Internet, including teaching students to code.
Worse, high schools have been even slower. And elementary schools don't even consider it. But why shouldn't coding be a staple taught alongside other elementary skills?
Salesforce tackled the topic today at Dreamforce. Hadi Partovi sat down with Re/code's Kara Swisher to discuss Code.org, his non-profit dedicated to growing computer science education and the Hour of Code.read more
Most entrepreneurs have serious trouble with work-life balance and almost all believe technology helps them save time and boosts productivity, reveals a Staples Canada survey conducted by Vision Critical among small business owners on the Ideas on Work Panel.read more
Canada is missing out on green energy revolution, according to a recent report from Clean Energy Canada.read more
Businesses agree that collaborative workspaces are good value, breed efficiency, and inspire innovation and entrepreneurial activity.read more
Canadians are keen to embrace future-forward payment options like wearable devices and smartwatches.read more
Jimmy Kimmel, comedian and late night host of Jimmy Kimmel Live, replaces Lily Collins as McAfee’s most dangerous celebrity to search for online.
For the eighth year in a row, McAfee researched popular culture’s most famous to reveal the riskiest personalities on the web. The McAfee Most Dangerous Celebrities study revealed that an eclectic mix of comedians and musicians are among the most dangerous.read more
Canadian business owners' confidence in the state of the economy and their business prospects has risen compared to earlier this year, with more than half of entrepreneurs expecting 2015 will be a better year for their company.read more
A dating site has uncovered "shocking insights" into the modern world of infidelity.
Victoria Milan, a dating website for attached and married people looking to cheat, says cheaters are getting more bold, taking more risks, and aren’t worried about getting caught.read more
With the rise in telecommuting, the mass popularity of paper-thin laptops and tablets, and of course Canadians' everlasting love for coffee, where one goes to score free wifi—because one will go somewhere to score free wifi—matters.read more