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Pool of West Coast ISPs shrinks as Toronto firm scoops up Urbanfibre

Beanfield's acquisition of Urbanfibre will deliver expanded fibre optic network in Metro Vancouver, says new parent company

Cytiva opens robotics-backed biotech plant in Burnaby

New facility tapping made-in-B.C. tech following Vanrx's acquisition by U.S. medical giant

B.C. firm pilots tech to make it easier to stream thousands of shows on long trips

Netskrt partnership with U.K. rail service aims to eliminate buffering headaches

UBC researcher gets $3m for development of credit-card-sized biomedical sensor

A University of British Columbia researcher is kicking the development of a credit-card-sized, disposable “biomedical sensor” – capable of detecting not only COVID-19 but also other ailments almost...

Minister questioned over need for more telecom oversight as MPs probe Rogers outage

OTTAWA — Innovation Minister François-Philippe Champagne faced questions about further government oversight for telecom companies during a committee meeting today about Rogers Communications Inc.

New agritech innovation hub set to launch at SFU Surrey campus in September

Ottawa, province offering $17M in funding for B.C. Centre for Agritech Innovation

Made-in-B.C. tech headed for International Space Station next year

Metaspectral’s computer vision software can be used to quickly identify everything from forest fires to oil spills

B.C. tech wraps its tentacles around sports economy

West Coast companies uncovering growth opportunities in multibillion-dollar U.S. market 

Netflix acquiring animation house with big offices in Vancouver

Animal Logic acquisition expected to close later this year

Robot-powered B.C. construction firm Intelligent City raises $22M to expand into new markets

Company seizing on mass-timber building opportunities as jurisdictions adopt new building codes