Innovation is a vital part of the Canadian business market. We must spread awareness, interest, and support to accelerate this sector of business. The Canadian Innovation campaign aims to provide a platform to showcase new ideas, innovations, small businesses, and acceleration throughout different sectors.
Precision AI uses drone-based technology to allow farmers to target individual weeds, only spraying herbicide where it is needed and avoiding crops.
Cozey is simplifying Canadians’ lives with modular, stylish sofas that require no tools to assemble and deliver to your door in less than a week.
The CEO of Venturepark, Canada’s Most Extensive Business Growth Ecosystem, talks about ideas, business, and the true key to innovation.
Not all businesses need to be in the cloud, but, in 2021, all businesses need to understand the cloud. So where do you start?
If roads and highways are the veins and arteries of our civilization, commercial vehicles are the lifeblood. To keep a finger on the pulse of a commercial fleet, you need telematics.
Digital Smart Labels™ are a Canadian innovation that’s transforming industries from healthcare to retail.
The University of Calgary’s Hunter Hub for Entrepreneurial Thinking connects students to local innovation ecosystems and startups to gain valuable future-ready skills.
Clik2pay offers a fast, easy, and secure solution for seamless business bill payments using Interac e-transfer.
For more than a century, Mount Royal University students and graduates have been shaping the society we live in.
The impact of the personal and economic sacrifices the world experienced during the pandemic will be felt for years.
Five up-and-coming researchers-turned-entrepreneurs are being recognized at the sixth annual Mitacs Entrepreneur Awards ceremony.
Inventive, exciting toys, original series and digital games have made Spin Master a leader in children’s entertainment.
Many working and operating outside of the entrepreneurship space have the common misconception that Canadian startups and scale-ups primarily serve local markets, and do not have global scaling potential.
There’s an abundance of reasons why the diverse City of Markham has become the vibrant, rapidly-growing city that it is today.
Demands around food are changing. Consumers are increasingly looking for meals that are convenient and sustainably produced, while still meeting their health and nutrition needs.
As some workers return to the office and others stay home, businesses are leaning on innovative technologies to keep employees healthy and engaged.
The COVID-19 pandemic has made travelling a little more complicated. Many airlines and countries across the globe — including Canada — have been asking for proof of a negative COVID-19 test before you travel across the border.