Plan would see autonomous buses run along March Road and Highway 417 as well as an AV shuttle service that would ferry workers around the area's tech park.
KNBA executive director Jamie Petten said the new initiative is the “natural next step” in the organization’s gradual evolution to more of a virtual model.
The Kanata North Business Association is offering its members a financial boost to help them acquire digital solutions to get through the COVID-19 crisis.
The University of Ottawa is turning to a well-connected member of the Kanata North community to lead its partnership strategies with companies in the tech park
The KNBA boss credits support of family and friends – as well as a strong work ethic – for helping her meet challenges head on
Techopia Live sat down with the Kanata North Business Association’s new director of operations, Veronica Farmer, this week to hear about what’s coming down the line in Canada’s largest technology p
In response to debates raging across Canada about whether we have a brain drain – a flood of skilled workers leaving the country – or the reverse, a “brain gain,”
2018 Forty Under 40 recipient
Before Jamie Petten officially takes the reins of the Kanata North Business Association
The Kanata North Business Association’s search for a new leader culminated with a pick from its own tech park.