Features » July 13

Almost 90% of Canadians Believe MPs and Senators Use Expense Accounts Improperly

“Unfortunately, the situation in Canada appears to be almost identical to what was taking place in the U.K. just before the expenses scandal broke to the public.” Those were the words [...]

Women + Tech Survey: Face-to-Face or Facebook?

A recent international survey conducted by AVG Technologies reveals the extent to which women are using technology to manage their love lives. In an increasingly digital world, today’s [...]

Startup Foreign Tech Companies Opting to Make Canada Their Second Home

It’s been slow moving at times, a glacial pace some may impatiently decry, but there’s now a definite shift towards startup international technology companies opting to plant their [...]

Growing the "Perfect Business"; Competitive Advantage in an Intangible World

Businesses emerge to fill a need in a marketplace.  This article showcases two different solutions to a common problem.  That these two businesses (and many others) can exist, flourish [...]

Wireless Telecom Wars Heating Up

At no point in history has competition within the wireless telecom industry here in Canada been so heated and intense as it is right now. Bitter feuding between the incumbents and the new players [...]

IBM Canada President Dan Fortin: Technical Innovation is the Key to Survival

With almost 400,000 employees worldwide, International Business Machines Corporation, or IBM as it’s better known, has been a leader in technology for decades.  Started in the United [...]

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