L-Spark

Site is part of the larger Hub350, which is billed as a “state-of-the-art global technology centre” bringing together local tech, finance and academic talent.
The accelerator's annual “graduation ceremony” for up-and-coming software-as-a-service startups will once again take place remotely this April ​– but with a few twists.
Companies in six-month program will gain access to technology and expertise from L-Spark’s partners aimed at creating and commercializing cutting-edge medical software and devices.
2020 Forty Under 40 recipient
Ten startups accepted new program for women-led technology companies in the Kingston-Belleville-Brockville area.
L-Spark will go remote rather than cancel or postpone the graduation event for its graduating SaaS cohort
Techopia editor Craig Lord reflects on the past five years of covering Ottawa's tech sector
L-Spark and Queen's recently announced Compass North, an accelerator program targeting female entrepreneurs in Belleville, Kingston and Brockville
Erin Blaskie, the director of marketing at L-Spark and a staple of the Kanata North tech community, is heading downtown for her next post with up-and-coming startup
The Ottawa tech community is rallying together to support the family of a local startup CEO who died in last week’s fatal plane crash in Tehran