Kanata-based L-Spark and Canadian tech giant BlackBerry are renewing their partnership and opening up applications for a second round of companies looking to shift their businesses into high gear
Techopia Live went down to CAV Canada this week to see first-hand how the capital’s automotive tech cluster is motoring along
As one of Ottawa’s brightest tech stars sets its sights on global scale, it’s turning to an established sales and marketing executive to lead its go-to-market strategy
Kanata-based L-Spark is refocusing its accelerator to find the best software-as-a-service firms in Canada
Techopia Live crashed Syntronic Canada's anniversary party on Thursday evening to hear more about the company’s origins and what’s behind its rapid growth
An Ontario judge has cleared the way for a class action on behalf of about 300 former employees of BlackBerry Ltd.
What a lot of winter-weary Ottawa residents might consider to be the city’s biggest curse – its weather – is a godsend for the organizations behind a cutting-edge new facility for testing autonomou
Apps that do things such as alerting drivers when a parking spot opens up nearby make life easier for urban dwellers, proponents say – but some critics wonder what will happen to individ
Ottawa’s private autonomous vehicle test track, the first of its kind in North America, is almost open for business.
From its origins as an upstart accelerator for Canadian SaaS firms to its new program partnering with BlackBerry QNX, Kanata’s L-Spark has never been one to rest on its laurels.