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
The Canadian Radio-television and Telecommunications Commission this week released information on the telecommunications sector from the 2014 Communications Monitoring Report.read more
Startup hubs Vancouver and Waterloo were named among Canada's best cities to live and work.
A new report from the Conference Board of Canada ranks Waterloo, Calgary, Ottawa, Richmond Hill, Vancouver, and St. John’s as the six cities in Canada graded "A" for a "strong magnetic pull."read more
Netflix is the leading application in Canada, and on select networks, can account for up to 40% of downstream traffic in the peak evening hours.read more
And for those that didn’t choose this career path, one third of women (29%) stated that it was because they didn’t think they had the skillset to get into it or weren’t encouraged (11%) to develop skills in science and math.read more
After an exciting week-long discussion, SMBs across Canada weighed in and voted: the collaborative economy will have the greatest impact on the future of work.read more
Bitcoins might be a good investment—but that doesn’t mean it’s a good currency, according to a new study published in the Journal of Financial Planning.read more
Big Data is a big deal but implementing it is seldom simple or cheap.read more
Over half of all the apps downloaded by privacy regulators as part of an international “sweep” didn’t tell users enough about how their information will be used, according to the Office of the Privacy Commissioner of Canada, which participated in the sweep.read more
Is your job under threat from computerization – do you fear robot overlords looming to rob you of your career?
According to the latest Randstad Workmonitor study, which surveys employees in 33 countries around the world, one in four Canadians believe their jobs could vanish in a few years due to the rise of technology.read more
New research out of the United Kingdom has given botanophiles everywhere reason to celebrate.
The Telegraph reports that researchers from Cardiff and Exeter Universities in the UK have concluded that enriching an office environment with plants can increase workplace satisfaction, self-reported levels of focus, and perceived air quality.read more