Rogers Celebrates First Anniversary of First LTE Network in Canada

It was about a year ago when Rogers launched LTE in Ottawa. Over the course of the year we have seen it added to Toronto, Montreal, Vancouver, St. John’s, Halifax, and Calgary. It looks like the game plan is only to get more aggressive, as Rogers is set to launch in Moncton, Trois Rivières, Sherbrooke, […]

Telus Walk To Cure Diabetes 2012

Telus and the good folks from JDRF (Juvenile Diabetes Research Foundation) have teamed up again for their annual walk to cure diabetes. In 2011 the walk made more than $7.5 million, and they are hoping to help the cause even more this year. For information on the walk, to register as a participant, or to […]

Samsung Opening First Store in Canada

Being in a retail frame of mind today, we wanted to make sure to point out that Samsung has finally announced the launch, and more importantly location, of their first retail store in Canada. Looks like it will show up in Burnaby, B.C. at Metrotown. Following the example set by Apple and Sony, Samsung will […]

Next is Now…More than Ever video

This video was produced by Rogers and essentially generalizes statistics surrounding  Canadian consumer tech usage and patterns. You can check out the video at, where there are also a list of sources that were used to compile the information used in the video. The video highlight some interesting future trends, which you can talk about in our Internet, […]

What would Canadians sacrifice for the Internet?

What things in your life would you give up to keep your Internet connection? Would you say goodbye to alcohol? Coffee? Chocolate, perhaps? The Rogers Innovation Report released on May 9th indicates that 34 percent of online survey participants would sacrifice booze, 31 percent would give up chocolate and about 27 percent might dump coffee […]

Web Video Winning Over More Canadian Viewers

Just how much do Canadians like watching online video? Apparently, quite a bit according to new data from Ipsos MediaCT. A recent online survey of 3,500 Canadians indicates that almost one in four spend more time watching online video than TV shows. Nearly 88 percent are now watching online videos at least once a week. The […]

Canada’s Greenest Employers announced

The editors of the Canada Top 100 Employers list have announced their 6th annual top 50 list of the Greenest Employers in Canada. While we won’t break down every winner and reason here (you can go to their site and see the reasons for each choice at, there are four main things considered for […]

British Columbia Has Top Provincial Website

If you’ve been waiting to check out your provincial website to see if it lives up to the best, a Stratford Institute study released on April 18th has cut the legwork on that project significantly. British Columbia takes the top spot for its eGovernment initiatives, namely  providing the best online services and information for its […]

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