Toronto-based online storytelling company Wattpad said its board of directors unanimously approved a cash and stock transaction Tuesday that will see it acquired by Naver later this year. The company will retain its Canadian headquarters.
This new program for trainees in Medicine by Design-funded labs, offered in partnership with the Health Innovation Hub (H2i), a campus-linked accelerator at the Temerty Faculty of Medicine at U of T, kicks-off on Tues, Jan. 26 with an information session that will provide an overview of the program.
Caspire Education Inc. works with its global network of strategic institutional partners to deliver a hybrid learning environment for international students who are unable to enter Canada but still wish to commence, continue or conclude their studies without compromising the academic quality.
Toronto’s small business community is weary. Once the cultural and economic heart of Canada’s largest city, Hogtown entrepreneurs are struggling to stay afloat during the seemingly endless COVID-19 restrictions. While all three levels of government have offered unprecedented relief packages, any bit of help in these times can mean the difference between success and failure.
If the shoe fits, wear it – but what if you’re shopping online, as so many people are these days?
Xesto, a startup with roots in the University of Toronto Early Stage Technologies (UTEST) program, has devised a solution through a collaboration with researchers in the Edward S. Rogers Sr. department of electrical and computer engineering (ECE) in the Faculty of Applied Science & Engineering.