Canada’s flagship carrier said Tuesday it’s asked Spartan “to assess how best to employ” its technology to screen passengers and airline employees.
Kanata company's deal to buy Norway-based Comprehensive Training Solutions International is its third acquisition in 2020 and 11th in the past nine years.
Firm reported revenues of $13.1 million in fiscal 2020, up 27 per cent from a year earlier.
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- NAC has cancelled all ticketed performances and public events through to the end of August, but has been promoting a series of live-streamed online…
- For more than 20 years, Farm Boy has supported the CHEO Foundation through fundraising campaigns, lottery prizes, coupon books, CHEO Bear cookies and…
- Rick Colbourne will help create new programs that promote entrepreneurship and economic development in Indigenous communities.
Armed with $750K in pre-seed funding, Neurovine plans to build a personalized solution that can tell concussion patients when they’re pushing their physical or mental exertion too far and offer a…
New funding push comes as company looks to cash in on the growing need for reliable wireless networks.
- To help the Canadian SaaS community navigate this new era of business, the SAAS North team is announcing its new virtual conference.
- The Businesswoman of the Year Awards have been rescheduled to September 18, 2020. The WBN looks forward to celebrating with you in the fall.
Feris Build Tech has developed a building envelope system made of lightweight steel and expanded polystyrene foam.
Initiative will provide up to $5,000 of non-repayable funding to Ottawa Valley businesses looking to pivot or adjust their business model during the pandemic.
Calabogie Generating Station was already nearing the end of its operational life span when it suffered extensive damage in 2018 tornado.
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- Kanata firm makes hardware and software that caters to viewers who access TV broadcasts via old-school antennas rather than cable or satellite feeds.
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Liberal government says it believes there will be a slow return to a new normal, with unemployment high and economic growth low through to at least the end of 2021.
Short of calling the police on noncompliant customers, businesses may find they have little power to enforce their policies on the public.
A preview of some of the national business stories that will be making headlines in the days ahead.