Marlin Spring acquires 1.12 acres in Toronto’s east end

Marlin Spring acquires 1.12 acres in Toronto’s east end
  TORONTO – Marlin Spring, along with its capital partner Greybrook Realty Partners, has acquired a 1.12 acre property on Cosburn Avenue in the Broadview North neighborhood, in the heart of Toronto’s Old East York Region and plans to develop and construct a significant multi-tiered residential building. “The central location of the project affords future residents access to numerous existing... Read More

Older legacy access control systems leave door open to cyber-attacks, warns Genetec

Older legacy access control systems leave door open to cyber-attacks, warns Genetec
MONTREAL – “Legacy access control systems use outdated technology that leaves them vulnerable to cyber threats, and can cause damage beyond the door,” cautions Thibault Louvet, Director – Access Control Product Group at Genetec Inc., a leading technology provider of unified security, public safety, operations, and business intelligence solutions. With the average cost of a data breach being US$3.9 million in... Read More

Digihost signs into Crypto Climate Accord

Digihost signs into Crypto Climate Accord
TORONTO – (TSXV: DGHI; OTCQB: HSSHF) reported that it is now a signatory to the Crypto Climate Accord (www.cryptoclimate.org). This private-industry led initiative, modeled on the Paris Climate Agreement, is a global pledge that aligns with the mission of the Company’s recently adopted DigiGreen Initiative to: (1) achieving net-zero emissions from electricity consumption by 2030; and (2) developing standards, tools,... Read More

New financial regulation opens the door for Canada to become a world leader in equity crowdfunding

New financial regulation opens the door for Canada to become a world leader in equity crowdfunding
With new ruling Canada’s alternative finance industry now ranks alongside global leaders in the US and the UK TORONTO – Yesterday the Canadian Securities Administrators (CSA) adopted harmonized rules for securities crowdfunding with the introduction of National Instrument 45-110 Start-up Crowdfunding Registration and Prospectus Exemptions. The release of this important legislation marks an important and ground breaking step for Canada’s... Read More

University of Waterloo launches Canada’s first driverless, autonomous 5G shuttle

University of Waterloo launches Canada’s first driverless, autonomous 5G shuttle
  WATERLOO – The University of Waterloo is showcasing the operation of a driverless, autonomous shuttle research program that will transport students and staff around campus. The demonstration of the shuttle, dubbed “WATonoBus” by the research team, is the first of its kind at a Canadian academic institution and marks a significant milestone in a multi-year initiative to demonstrate and... Read More

Saskatchewan’s fiscal crisis reforms in the 1990s provide a roadmap for Atlantic Canada now

Saskatchewan’s fiscal crisis reforms in the 1990s provide a roadmap for Atlantic Canada now
HALIFAX – Faced with ongoing budget deficits, Maritime provinces can learn from fiscal reforms in Saskatchewan, which faced a similar fiscal situation but was able to turn things around, finds a new study released today by the Fraser Institute, an independent, non-partisan, Canadian public policy think-tank. “Policymakers in the Maritimes are facing large, long-term fiscal challenges including persistent budget deficits,... Read More