AI and Smart Cities Are Just up Canada’s Alley, Says Justin Trudeau

The Canadian PM was very forthcoming on Google’s Go North event in Toronto. Though he was drawing parallels with America and the way immigration and innovation have gone hand in hand in... Read more »

Ubisoft Is Investing In Canadian Talent

Global videogame giant Ubisoft has announced the opening of a new studio in Saguenay in early 2018. 125 employees will be hired within five years. On Tuesday in downtown Chicoutimi, video game... Read more »

Domino’s testing self-driving pizza delivery

Is the time of the pizza delivery driver over? Ford and Domino’s Pizza will test a pizzas delivery service in Michigan. This test will be used to study the behavior of consumers... Read more »

Contaminated eggs: survey widens to a second insecticide, amitraze

On Friday, the Ministry of Agriculture said the Sanitary Agency was looking for amitraz, an insecticide as banned as fibronil, in eggs. The survey on contaminated eggs is expanding to a second... Read more »

A million dollars to transform algae

An industrial seaweed processing line will be set up this year by Merinov, the Quebec Center for Innovation in Aquaculture and Fisheries in Grande-Rivière. The $ 1 million project will convert up... Read more »

The Anti-Spam Act will not allow class action lawsuits

TORONTO - Class actions to prosecute spammers will not be possible on July 1 , as provided by the Canadian Anti-Spam Act. The Government of Canada said Wednesday in a press release... Read more »