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Fintech firm Stripe is on a hiring spree to fill its first Canadian office in Toronto

Fintech firm Stripe will soon open its first Canadian office in downtown Toronto, Ontario, and is hiring for roles in engineering, product, and sales.

Samsung Pay now supports TD cards

Samsung Pay users can now add their TD access and debit cards.

Interac’s new feature tracks Canadians expenses with a musical twist

Spending money can be music to your ears with Interac's latest feature, the Sound of Spending, which sets shopping trends in Canada during the...

Government of Canada invites applications for stream 1 of the Canada Digital Adoption Program

Canadian government is calling for applications from not-for-profit organizations that can support small businesses in the development and implementation of their e-commerce strategies.

E-signatures essential for the anywhere economy

It’s finally time to go paperless. The pandemic has forced organizations to change the way they work. Tedious paper and in-person processes are out....

Telesat to be listed on Nasdaq, still considered Canadian

Telesat combines with Loral Space and Communications to be listed on Nasdaq with future plans on being listed on the Canadian stock exchange in the future.

Cybercrooks likely using EMV by-pass attack to weaken payment card protection: report

The attack technique described several weeks ago by researchers is probably being used in the wild, says security firm

Tom’s Thoughts – What Canadians will be missing without the Microsoft Store

Ten years after it opened its doors in 2009, Microsoft recently announced that several Microsoft Stores are shutting down, including all seven in Canada,...

Canada partners with Amazon Canada to distribute essential equipment

The Government of Canada today announced it has signed an agreement with Amazon Canada, allowing the tech giant to distribute medical equipment to the...

Canadian ICT spending could shrink by 5 per cent in 2020: IDC

Canada's ICT spending growth expected to drop between 2.4 to 5 per cent by IDC

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