Canadian Minister of Innovation, Science and Industry François-Philippe Champagne announced the launch of the new Cyber Security Innovation Network program with an investment of $80 million over four years in a May 6 news release.
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Today, the City of Calgary announced a no-cost data-sharing partnership with the GPS navigation software app and Google subsidiary Waze as part of the Waze for Cities Data program.
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Hewlett Packard Enterprise (HPE), Facebook and Microsoft have announced the launch of the Low-Carbon Patent Pledge, an HPE-led initiative as part of which the three technology leaders are making key patents available royalty-free to accelerate the adoption of low-carbon technologies.
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Amazon has announced its first renewable energy investment in Canada, a solar project in the County of Newell in Alberta.
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Today, the Supreme Court of Canada announced that it will not be going forward with large telecom incumbents’ request to appeal their case against the CRTC’s mandated wholesale rate correction from nearly two years ago.
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A blend of the old way of working and the new is probably the future, a new Forbes research found. And this is essential because remote work is affecting different people in different ways. After all, one size does not fit all – women are enjoyin…
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It’s important we highlight the talent that is helping transform the tech industry in Canada and beyond. We’ve put together a list of 10 Black tech innovators you should know the works of!
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SAP Canada has announced the appointment of Brian Moore as its new chief operating officer. Based in Calgary, Moore has served as North America’s chief operating officer for SAP’s Intelligent Spend Management Team. In his new role, he will be responsib…
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Global communications infrastructure provider Bai Communications has appointed the former commissioner of the Federal Communications Commission (FCC) Kathleen Abernathy as a non-executive director on its board of directors.
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To address this gap, six universities in Ontario have partnered to create the Indigenous and Black Engineering and Technology (IBET) Momentum Fellowship to expand the pathways for Indigenous and Black students pursuing doctoral degrees in engineering.
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IBM is awarding grants totalling $3 million in value to help six public school districts in the United States prepare for and respond to cyberattacks. The grants are for U.S. public schools only.
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Cloud network security firm iboss has appointed former BlackBerry chief product architect Eric Cornelius as its chief product officer.
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Mimicking the work route from the before times can be a solution for those still struggling to draw a line between work and home. Enter the rise of the “fake commute,” wherein people replace that daily transition with walks, runs, bike rides and more.
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