In 2015 just 25% of all Canadian transactions were in cash, down 2% from the year before.read more
The weak Canadian dollar is not helping local technology startups.read more
Yahoo is reducing its workforce by up to 15%, a new report suggests.read more
Communitech Rev has welcomed four companies to its sales-focused accelerator Waterloo.read more
Invest Ottawa has opened a corporate Innovation Clinic.read more
A Montreal startup has become the first Quebec-based company to take advantage of the province’s new equity crowdfunding rules and it’s already surpassed its goal.
Ubios, which is developing a modular smart home system, has raised over $113,000 from more than 100 investors since launching the campaign on Sunday.read more
Indochino has appointed Clay Haeber as Vice President of Technology.
Haeber hails from Kit and Ace, where he was head of IT, developing agile enterprise architectures and building its ecommerce platform. Kit and Ace was created by the wife and son of Chip Wilson, the founder of Lululemon.read more
This week, city councillors in Edmonton voted to legalize Uber.read more
ScribbleLive has acquired Visually.read more