The average price Canadians pay for coffee varies widely by province, new data from Square shows. In Calgary, the average cost is $4.22, making it the most expensive market for java in Canada. Contrasting that is Montreal at $2.67. And in the middle lies Ottawa ($2.89), Toronto ($3.28), and Vancouver ($3.66). Square...read more
In 2015 just 25% of all Canadian transactions were in cash, down 2% from the year before. Debit cards and mobile...read more
Techfest, a one-of-a-kind event that brings together the fastest growing companies and job seeking talent, is returning to Toronto in...read more
On December 31, I promised myself that 2016 would be the year I take the time to learn new skills and better myself personally and professionally.
Yet somehow, without fail, each year seems busier and more hectic than the last, making it increasingly more difficult to carve out time to devote to my resolutions. Sound familiar?read more
Dominic Goulet says he wasn’t planing to launch a startup when he built a software tool to reduce the amount of time he spent doing accounting.read more
Huawei's "Seeds for the Future" education program is returning to Canada.read more
Long before the creation of movies, TV, smartphones, tablets and other modern-day devices, there were these amazing things called books.read more
Are coffee shops the best place to conduct business?read more
Today in San Francisco Visa announced the launch of Visa Developer, a milestone that transforms the world’s largest retail payments network to an open platform that will drive innovation in payments and commerce.
And Visa's timing couldn't be better.
Although the financial services brand is not purchasing a national TV spot for Super Bowl Sunday, their brand footprint is all over the host city.read more
Wind Mobile has completed a significant upgrade to its network infrastructure in Vancouver.read more
Thinking Capital has teamed up with Staples Canada to launch loans for Canadian small business owners.read more