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Software enterprise is the only Ottawa company on new list of 35 high-growth Canadian tech firms with the best chance of reaching $1 billion in annual revenues based on current growth trends.
Members of Canada's tech sector say that anxiety is being felt across the industry as rising interest rates and 30-year inflation highs weigh on businesses.
Venture capital experts say higher interest rates could trim sky-high valuations Canadian startups have grown accustomed to over the last couple of years, but not right away.
Ottawa’s e-commerce darling is expanding its presence elsewhere in Canada, announcing today that it plans to triple the size of its workforce in
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Self-driving vehicles are hitting Ontario streets, after the province became the first in Canada to open a pilot project to test the automated vehicles on public roads.
In what’s been a roller-coaster year for Ottawa’s Better Software Company, founder Steve Cody and his team have received perhaps their
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A new program at Waterloo’s Wilfrid Laurier University is looking to turn some of Canada’s best startups into global businesses.
After five years as head of Invest Ottawa, Bruce Lazenby vacated the CEO’s chair on June 30.