More and more people in the industry are self-taught coders and that “a great portfolio and stand-up personality” can lead to solid job opportunities.
There's enough contaminated sediment at the bottom of Hamilton Harbour to fill three hockey arenas. Cleaning it up is expected to take eight years and cost $138.9 million.
Nelligan O’Brien Payne condominium lawyer finds evidence of forgery, manipulation of election process
The Finland-based networks company managed to trim net loss in the period to 423 million euros (US$493 million) from 667 million euros a year earlier.
- Columnist Michael Prentice is taking the side of a major bank in its dispute with a retired Ottawa professor who claims he was unfairly denied travel…
- ADRM, Mindwire and S.i. Systems are among the businesses with local operations that won a federal contract, standing offer or supply arrangement…
- Former mayor and convention centre chairman points finger at federal bureaucrats
Dr. Ian Stiell leads The Ottawa Hospital Emergency Medicine Research Group and is an active emergency room physician and clinical epidemiologist.
Local clean-tech firm believes it’s possible to develop “carbon negative” fuels that priced competitively with fossil fuels.
Attracting corporate executives, entrepreneurs, local politicians, and community leaders, this is an excellent opportunity to network with colleagues, meet new prospects, or just enjoy a day…
Come celebrate Canada’s 150th at the must-attend, multi-track event of the year, featuring opportunities to network with 1,000 CPAs from across Canada.
- Latest cash injection comes just over a year after the 225-employee firm received $20 million in series-A equity investment
- UnCo. assembles customized wardrobe capsules with mixes of tops, pants, skirts and dresses from partner brands, many of which are women-led clothing…
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Revenue for the three months that ended on June 30 rose 45 per cent to $9.32 billion from $6.44 billion.
Decision boiled down to simple economics – a world market awash in liquefied natural gas, which has driven down prices, Malaysia's Petronas says.
Chips are inserted underneath the skin between the thumb and forefinger and enable employees to open doors, log onto their computers and purchase break room snacks with a simple swipe of the hand.