What do the Walkie-Talkie, IMAX, the egg carton, instant mashed potatoes and the sport of hockey all have in common? They were all Canadian inventions! You can celebrate Canada’s innovative past, present and future for our country’s 150th anniversary when the Innovation150 National Tour launches at Science World next week. Innovation150 Kick Off at Science […]
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The second annual Women in Tech Week takes place February 27-March 3 across Canada, bringing together local tech communities across Canada to recognize the contributions women have made in the tech industry and highlighting opportunities to engage women and youth in the future. Women in Tech Week Through a series of live and online events, […]
Holiday season is coming up and that means so is holiday travel, whether you’re heading to visit family, or to escape the Vancouver rain in a far away – and warm – tropical land. Travel is something I am very familiar with, having visited 16 different airports so far this year, I work hard and […]
Throughout January, February, and March 2014 I have partnered with WorkBC, the primary source of labour market information and employment resources, training information, programs and services in the province. Through their online resources, and my new featured series, we hope to connect British Columbians everywhere with the opportunity to take advantage of a growing economy. […]
Over the next few days I will be profiling a handful of gadgets and tech gifts. Some will be a part of a general gift guide and others will include giveaways. They are all items that I have used (the giveaways will be brand new, just for the winners of course) and that I find […]
Guest contributor John Biehler shares some insights about 3d printing — one of the biggest technology stories to develop over the last year — and the local 3d604 group. You’ve probably heard about 3d printing recently in the news. Every week there seems to be another story or segment about it. But what actually is […]