Canadian Tech at the Leading Edge
Throughout the year, curious executives and leaders from companies and governments from all over the world come to tour the Communitech Hub in Waterloo Region. Invariably, they are astounded by the mix of startups, mid-sized companies and large multinationals all working in the same building.
The University of New Brunswick (UNB) has launched a new start-up accelerator to advance opportunities in the cybersecurity, cleantech, energy and smart grid sectors.
Focus on Cybersecurity and Smart Grids
Pond, SNC-Lavalin partner on CO2 projects Pond Technologies Inc., Markham ON, is partnering with global engineering and construction giant SNC-Lavalin to take its carbon dioxide...
Toronto boosts efforts to attract FDI Three levels of government have committed $19.5 million over three years to Toronto Global, a new agency with a...
The DMZ, a startup incubator based out of Ryerson University in Toronto, is opening a new office in New York City, overlooking Battery Park in the heart of the city’s financial district.
A desire to expand her area of expertise and gain experience made Dr. Dasha Atamanchuk’s decision to join Dalhousie University’s CERC.OCEAN group an easy one.
What if a nation’s entire research and commercialization capacity pulled together to help your company get new natural products and technologies to market faster, cheaper and more efficiently?
John Risley is Nova Scotia’s widely-recognized seafood baron and one of the province’s most influential corporate citizens — founder of Clearwater Seafoods, Ocean Nutrition Canada, and Columbus Communications.
Carl Brothers wants to help remote, northern communities keep the lights on. Literally.
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At over 16 metres, the Bay of Fundy has the highest tidal range in the world. This unique site has also the potential to supply thousands of homes with clean and renewable energy, if the unequalled power of the tides could be harnessed