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Immigration spurring telecom subscriber growth but ongoing investments needed: report

Immigration spurring telecom subscriber growth but ongoing investments needed: report

Canada's immigration influx is spurring subscriber growth for the country's four biggest telecom providers, but significant investments in network infrastructure are needed to meet rising demand for services, says a report released Thursday.
Canada's AI reputation at risk if it doesn't speed up adoption: tech community

Canada's AI reputation at risk if it doesn't speed up adoption: tech community

TORONTO — Members of Canada's tech community say they're worried the country is adopting artificial intelligence too slowly, threatening its reputation as a leader in the sector, if the trend persists.
How much should we listen to our wearable health-tracking devices?

How much should we listen to our wearable health-tracking devices?

Users and experts are asking if having data from wearables at our fingertips helps us make better choices that lead to healthier lives.
How Linda Lupini is building safe, successful and diverse workplaces

How Linda Lupini is building safe, successful and diverse workplaces

Copperleaf’s global vice-president of employee experience strives to win hearts and minds. She is one of BIV's 2024 Influential Women in Business Award winners
Commercial production at new Methanex plant in Louisiana delayed after problems

Commercial production at new Methanex plant in Louisiana delayed after problems

VANCOUVER — Methanex Corp. says commercial production at its new methanol plant in Louisiana has been delayed due to complications during the late stages of its initial startup process.
First Nations, Jim Balsillie slam government over lack of consultation on AI bill

First Nations, Jim Balsillie slam government over lack of consultation on AI bill

OTTAWA — The Assembly of First Nations is warning it could take the Liberal government to court over its proposed privacy and artificial intelligence bill.
Bell urges conditions if CRTC mandates wholesale access, Telus awaits its next move

Bell urges conditions if CRTC mandates wholesale access, Telus awaits its next move

BCE Inc. is urging the CRTC to implement conditions such as caps on eligible speeds and initial access restrictions if the regulator allows smaller internet providers to use rivals' fibre networks to offer their services to customers.
Loop Energy amalgamation triggers C-suite shakeup

Loop Energy amalgamation triggers C-suite shakeup

Loop Energy CEO resigns, following amalgamation agreement with H2 Portable
Backpack-makers tapping Victoria's Aluula fabrics

Backpack-makers tapping Victoria's Aluula fabrics

B.C.-based composite materials company developed fabric that is super-light, super tough
Two B.C. hydrogen-tech companies to amalgamate

Two B.C. hydrogen-tech companies to amalgamate

Loop Energy and H2 Portable Power plan to join forces