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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
The Ottawa-based company responsible for the .ca domain is among the first cohort of companies joining a new accelerator spearheaded by L-Spark and its team of corporate partners
Kanata-based L-Spark is refocusing its accelerator to find the best software-as-a-service firms in Canada
Ottawa founders unsure where to start on building their businesses are finding their answers in a community born out of a new entrepreneurial boot camp from Invest Ottawa.
L-Spark is adding another accelerator program to its repertoire, this time teaming up with Telus, fellow Ottawa firm Solace and existing partner BlackBerry on a new offering targeting Int
Entrepreneurs seeking to tap new markets in fields ranging from boating safety to blockchain-integrated data management pitched their ideas to a packed ballroom Wednesday in L-Spark’s ann
Techopia Live went on tour this past week to OneEleven Ottawa, the latest accelerator in the capital’s ever-changing ecosystem.
As pressure on Ontario’s healthcare system rises amid concerns of overcrowding in hospitals, one Ottawa startup is finding its niche in improving at-home care for patients with complex ca
An Ottawa-based SaaS developer is headed to the Big Apple to join the next cohort of a national accelerator program.
Invest Ottawa has added another four startups to its rolling accelerator program, bringing the total number of companies under its umbrella to nearly 50.