When Lydia Prince set out to become the first student in a web development bootcamp program geared to indigenous learners, she had no idea it would lead her to create a language revitalization tool with one of her peers.
It enables the Vancouver tech giant to get into the business of measuring the return on investments in social media.
The deal still requires the approval of TIO shareholders.
Huntington's office was poking around in the B.C. Liberals' website because it was publishing what appeared to be sensitive information.
It's starting to look like Groundhog Day around the B.C. legislature.
One of the city's high-tech giants just got bigger.
The BlueSky TV service allows Shaw customers to look for shows by simply saying what they want.
It's one of 12 recommendations to revive the Canadian media.
Aydin Coban is in an Amsterdam court facing 72 charges involving 34 girls and five gay men.
Lam’s five-member cast is terrific, with David Bloom and Linden Banks giving nuanced performances that make them impossible to write off as easy villains.