The dating world is either a candy store or an assortment of picked over goods on Boxing Day. But when you’re over 50 there are many boxes to check off in regards to dating. LUMEN, an app only dating service has recently launched in Canada and caters to the 50+ demographic who are looking for love.
It really should come as no surprise that the use of technology in the classroom is becoming more widespread all the time. Teachers now have access to more technology than ever before, allowing them to communicate with students on a whole new level.
When it comes to the distinctive ways that each of us learns, the kinesthetic and tactile learner is the least common, with only 5 percent of the population falling into this category.
Industry experts believe that legalization will bring a large boom in Canada, with both the e-commerce and tech industries at the forefront of the cannabis industry
STEM has been getting a lot of attention these days in equality, education, career choices, and how we view the future. However, women are under-represented in STEM education and careers – not only is this a disservice to women, it also takes away a huge pool of resources that we need for our future.
Leaf Forward helps promising young startup companies get their businesses off the ground by providing them with the funding, mentorship and training necessary to compete in this newly developed industry.
The women on this list are just eight of many that we need to honour as influential females in tech. They bring inspiration, passion, and their own innovative drive to the field of technology, motivating Canadian women to reach for and attain their dreams.
If the projections are correct, there will be a significant shortage of technology workers in Canada in the next ten to twenty years. Canada Learning Code plans on changing this projection with their initiative of teaching 10 million Canadians how to code by 2027.1