Canada

Building a Sustainable Workforce with the integration of AI Solutions

Canada has emerged as a leader in the global race to develop artificial intelligence(AI) and we need to ensure the continued freedom to operate and our country’s business competitiveness. Through a series of roundtables this Spring, we are identifying positive outcomes for AI, exploring the range ...

Startup jobs of the week: Synapse, Real Estate Webmasters, Urbanlinx Media Inc.

Every day, Canada’s tech startups post their latest and greatest job opportunities on Jobs.BetaKit, powered by Jobbio. From early-stage to Series B and beyond, Jobs.BetaKit helps startups from all over the country hire Canada’s top tech talent. Each week, BetaKit will highlight a selection of ...

Making Graphene Powder

Graphene diagram by Lips [CC BY-SA 3.0], via Wikimedia CommonsThe largest producer of graphene material in Canada is NanoXplore, Inc. (GRA:  TSX-V) with its patented technology to produce graphene powders. The company has capacity to produce 25 metric tons per year in a facility that could be ...

Vienna Lam: finalist, Top 25 Canadian Immigrant Award

SCWIST is proud to announce that Vienna Chichi Lam, Board Member and Director for Youth Outreach, has been chosen as one of the Top 75 Canadian Immigrants. She is now a finalist for the Top 25 Canadian Immigrant Award, nominated for her community service, leadership and academic accomplishments. ...

Alberta Elects a New Government: What Happens Next?

Alberta voted for change on April 16th giving Jason Kenney’s United Conservative Party (UCP) a majority win. This week’s podcast reviews the UCP’s energy platform, providing a guide of what to expect next. ...

Executive Director – National Art Education Association

The Executive Director will champion visual arts educators and the value of visual arts and design education; lead a strategic vision that further strengthens NAEA, supports its members; and assure the long-term growth and impacts of a diverse professional association. OrganizationThe National A ...

Storytelling, space, science, and a mini authors’ tour of Vancouver and Victoria (Canada)

I wasn’t expecting to go down a rabbit hole when I received an April 18, 2019 email announcement from Vancouver’s Curiosity Collider about an upcoming April 26, 2019 event but why not join me on the trip? From the April 18, 2019 Curiosity Collider email, Join astrophysicist / writer Elizabeth ...

Canadian Government Initiates A Review Of Museum Policies On Indigenous Culture

Canadian museums have not done a good job including indigenous culture in their collections or on their walls. Now a new federal government initiative aims to make a review of museum policies across the country to “ensure they line up with the United Nations Declaration of the Rights of Indigenou ...

Canadian museums set for policy review connected to TRC call to action

Canadian museums have not done a good job including indigenous culture in their collections or on their walls. Now a new federal government initiative aims to make a review of museum policies across the country to “ensure they line up with the United Nations Declaration of the Rights of Indigenou ...

A|I: The AI Times – AI disrupting the workforce

The AI Times is a weekly newsletter covering the biggest AI, machine learning, big data, and automation news from around the globe. If you want to read A|I before anyone else, make sure to subscribe using the form at the bottom of this page. AI could disrupt workforce in every sector by 2030, Br ...