Kanata North BIA

As the man in charge of hiring at a fast-growing tech firm, Ian Durant knows your talent pool can never be too deep.
The Kanata North Business Association is expanding its exhibitor space for the third annual Discover Technata event next week.
With some high tech execs and the incumbent councillor in her corner, Jenna Sudds officially put her name into the race to represent Kanata North in the fall’s coming municipal election.
The Kanata North Business Association’s search for a new leader will continue, but the tech-focused BIA has named an interim executive director until a permanent replacement is found.
After four successful years at the organization’s helm, today marks Jenna Sudds’ final day as the executive director of the Kanata North Business Association.
The person at the heart of the Kanata North Business Association since its launch four years ago is leaving to pursue a new opportunity.
While researchers and innovators may have fallen under the spell of science and technology, many more are seemingly disenchanted by the field, observes Ottawa high school student Mathilde Papillon
Companies such as Neptec and QNX Software Systems brought their test vehicles to the showroom floor to show off the work candidates could potentially get their hands on.
Techopia Live shifted its day and location to take a roadtrip to Kanata North's Technata tech expo and talent hunt. The event was packed with more than 60 exhibitors and hundreds of candidates…
Ottawa’s main economic development agency is joining forces with the city’s largest BIA in an effort to lure tech workers from other North American hot spots such as Silicon Valley.