Photo sharing isn't just for showing off vacation pictures, or your cute kids anymore. Thanks to a Canadian company called Figure 1, the technology can help saves lives too.
Despite losing out on Amazon HQ2 (it was a long shot, anyways), the Canadian tech scene is growing. Just in September, Microsoft announced it planned on hiring 500 new employees as part of a $570 million expansion in Canada, one that includes a new headquarters in Toronto.
Canadian satellite company Kepler Communications Inc. is proving there’s room for the little guy in space.
Plant-based foods are increasing in popularity in Canada, and companies, industry groups and the government are all racing to keep up.
Sonder is disrupting the home-stay and hospitality industries, and has its sights set on even bigger things.
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