Two Ottawa companies have been selected to participate in the third cohort of the joint accelerator program run by L-SPARK and BlackBerry Ltd. 
The deck is stacked against technology startups. Success is an unsure bet. To boost their odds of success, some startups join incubators and accelerators.
More than 250 entrepreneurs, founders, investors and corporate partners came together to celebrate and support Canada’s start-up scene at L-SPARK’s Saas Showcase on Wednesday.
Kanata-based accelerator announced Wednesday that its annual SaaS Showcase will be held in the Horticulture Building at Lansdowne Park on April 6. 
Launched in 2019, Corfix is winning converts in an industry that's notoriously averse to adopting new technology.
The Ottawa Business Journal spoke with industry veteran Leo Lax about how he is interpreting the data in the latest edition of Behind the Headlines podcast.
Sidi.io has grown its headcount from three to 20 since March 2020 and expects that number to jump to 50 by next year. 
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.