Is your company conducting research or experimental development? If so—and you’re not already claiming the SR&ED tax credit—you’re leaving money on the table.read more
The Canadian Internet Registration Authority this week launched Registry Lock to "ensure .CA remains at the leading edge of domain security."read more
Somehow, the words "incubator" and "accelerator" have somehow become interchangeable. They're not. They're two different things.read more
Toronto-based TheScore announced this week that it has raised a $15 million financing round.
The funding will be used to support the ongoing development of the Canadian company’s flagship mobile sports app “theScore” and the expansion of sales and marketing efforts and for general corporate and working capital purposes.read more
BlackBerry today announced it has acquired a minority stake in privately held health care IT firm NantHealth, which is based in California.read more
The Government of Ontario is going to make a master list of 1,000 data sets they collect available, then allow the public to vote on which of those sets should be open.read more
A proposed law, currently making its way though the Senate, could strip Canadians of many online privacy protections, experts say, opening the door to so-called “copyright trolls.”read more
From a town of textiles and automotive to a region that creates technology companies fit for Y Combinator, it’s all entrepreneurship cut from the same cloth.read more
This was the first StartupGrindVan event in a long, long time that wasn’t set against the gloom of a rainy night. Between the sunshine and the excitement for the evening’s speaker there was an energy to the networking session before that hadn’t been seen in the two months prior.
A slight change to the layout of the event made a surprisingly large shift. The previous set-up staged the networking (and the beer) in a smaller, more intimate zone of the space—Wednesday night’s chat had the formal seating there instead, which lead to a pleasantly community-centric event.read more
There’s something about a return story that warms the soul.
We’ve all, at one time or another, returned back to the past. We’ve all walked through the elementary school where we first learned, realizing that we’ve outgrown the place, and how much we’ve changed in between.read more
The Techvibes 20 is a bi-monthly list of the hottest and most promising tech startups across Canada. The list is carefully curated by Techvibes editorial staff and reflects who's making waves in our nation's tech ecosystem right now.
Check out the Techvibes 20 after the jump.read more