Ottawa is getting smarter, at least in the technical sense.
‘Made in Ottawa’ isn’t the tag you see on a lot of tech products, but a quick walkthrough of Powerstick.com’s office might change your mind.
L-Spark, the Kanata-based incubator that is a partnership between Wesley Clover and Invest Ottawa, continues to churn out promising startups.
Last year, the Information and Communications Technology Council made big predictions about the demand for Canadian tech talent in coming years.
It’s not all fun and games inside social app startup Bumpn.
The multimillion-dollar transformation of a 75-year-old city maintenance garage into a hub for entrepreneurship and innovation is nearly complete.
The Montreal International Startup Festival is now one of the top events for aspiring and proven Canadian tech entrepreneurs, attracting about 2,000 people every year.
Chris Morrison knows mergers and acquisitions from both sides of the table – buyer and takeover target. The president of Ottawa-based MediaMiser, which creates software and provides services related…
The autonomous driving industry is revving up, and Ottawa seems primed to lead the pack.
On a Saturday afternoon, in a small, crowded living room in Ottawa, a group of entrepreneurs are trying to code their way to a better democracy.