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.
A phone with a foldable screen? Who ever thought that would be reality? 10 years after the first Galaxy phone came to market, here it is. Based on Samsung’s Galaxy Unpacked 2019 presentation, here’s what we know so far.
The world of robo-advisors is taking storm as an excellent alternative to the traditional investing we’re used to. It’s tempting to go the DIY route in investments and forgo the heavy fees that traditional investing offers for advice, however it’s here where robo advisors provide a middle ground.
The Ontario Bioscience Innovation Organization (OBIO) is the leading advocate for the health industry in Ontario founded in 2009. Their policy is to help companies from the human health industry in Ontario to be further commercialized by engaging with them on strategies, programming, policy and advocacy. The OBIO is focused on building a health innovation economy that will support lead providers of health technology products and services.
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
Hate data overages? So do we. Glad to see Freedom Mobile is doing something about it! Here are the details of their latest big binge bonus promotion, providing you with up to 100 GB of additional data if you go over the amount in your plan.
With over 2 dozen brands across the nation, navigating through this maze can definitely be a challenge. While majority of wireless spectrum is owned by a handful of major carriers, why are there so many brands with all sorts of offerings and who are they really?
My criteria for selecting an insurance provider for my new car were relatively straightforward. First off, I wanted to find the lowest premium that I could for the minimum insurance requirements. Cost was always my bottom line, and if I could find a low base to start with, it would allow me to consider adding on more additional coverage as needed.