Ottawa-based hydroponics startup The Growcer will soon be installing its high-tech system for growing fruits and vegetables at colleges and universities across Canada
An Ottawa-made hydroponics system, a solution for healthier eating in the workplace and a sport hijab maker are among this year’s best bootstrapped firms
Producers for the CBC show Dragons’ Den will be in Ottawa on March 8 as part of a Canada-wide roadshow seeking contestants for the show’s upcoming fall season
Local tech firms, politicians and economic development officials are pushing to turn the Greenbelt Research Farm in south Nepean into an R&D centre for the emerging field of precision agriculture
Capital Angel Network’s Jennifer Francis and Nolan Beanlands dropped by Techopia Live this week to discuss the local organization’s investment activity over the past year and why Ottawa’s startup…
Friends, family and local business members gathered at Bayview Yards on Thursday evening to watch one of Ottawa’s rising entrepreneurial duos take on the Dragons’ Den
'If you can’t show it, nobody’s going to buy it.'
Produce grown inside the shipping container will be sold directly to the school's food supplier – allowing students to eat food grown by one of the University of Ottawa’s own startups.
The Growcer has sold seven of its mobile containers to customers in the Arctic at an average price of just over $200,000, allowing them to grow produce year-round rather than relying on expensive…
The Growcer’s hydroponics design uses automated LED lights and water systems to farm vegetation in harsh environments.