High-Tech Food Security

Start-up Develops Indoor Gardening Solution

Sustainability | November 18, 2022

Two of the biggest worries on the minds of Canadians are climate change and the rising cost of groceries. A […]

Next Gen Net Zero

Ontario Townhouse Development Offers Energy-Efficient Living Without Sacrifices

Sustainability | October 4, 2022

Almost half of Canada's greenhouse gas emissions come from burning fuel for heat and electricity in homes, offices and industrial […]

Extraterrestrial Exploration

Using Tech and AI to Unlock Potential of Moon, Mars and Address Issues on Earth

Technology for Good | September 28, 2022

Although the possibility of settlements on Mars or mining on the moon ignites the imagination, space exploration delivers many more […]

Empowering Female Tech Founders

Women Investor Collective Backbone Angels Fuels New Business Ideas

Social Innovation | May 30, 2022

When an entrepreneur wants to launch a company, they typically seek start-up funding through their personal networks or, if they […]

Diversity in the Media

Changing the Voice, Face and Stories of Canadian Journalism

Social Innovation | May 30, 2022

Journalism is a cornerstone of our democracy. Its purpose, according to the American Press Institute, is to provide people "with […]

Permafrost Thaw and Our Climate

Research Helping Canada's North Plan for the Future

Sustainability | May 5, 2022

About 40 per cent of Canada's land mass is underlain by permafrost, a layer of permanently frozen ground beneath the […]

Building to Net Zero

Innovations in Building Technology Key to Fighting Climate Change

Sustainability | May 4, 2022

In Canada, nearly 30 per cent of the energy consumed is used to heat and cool our buildings, producing more […]

Microplastics Pollution and Your Health

Using Technology to Find a Growing Environmental Threat

Sustainability | May 4, 2022

Plastic pollution was already viewed as one of the most pressing environmental issues on the planet when, this spring, researchers […]

Edible Insects

Why Cricket Protein Could be a Game-Changer

Sustainability | May 3, 2022

Our planet's population is expected to reach nearly 11 billion by the end of this century, which will create a […]

Remote, Hybrid or In-Office

New Research Examines Post-Pandemic Work Preferences

The New Economy | April 11, 2022

At the beginning of 2021, 32 per cent of Canadian employees worked most of their hours from home, compared with […]

A Healthy Business Plan

New Social Enterprise Rooted in Nature

Social Innovation | April 11, 2022

A pandemic. Climate change. War in Europe. These challenges not only have a devastating impact on physical, environmental and economic […]

Mission Critical Technology

Start-up Aims to Make Spacecraft More Sustainable

The New Economy | April 11, 2022

As more and more companies and countries launch satellites and other spacecraft into orbit, the value of the global space […]