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Savanah Seaton wants to help employers create workplaces where Indigenous employees can feel a sense of belonging and fully contribute their untapped knowledge, skills and abilities.
Iyinoluwa “E” Aboyeji is turning Africa’s biggest challenges into global business opportunities
Gig work is transforming our global economy and public health as workers weigh risks every day in precarious, low-wage jobs to deliver us food and parcels
Intellijoint Surgical pays it forward by helping Waterloo med tech startups scale globally while remaining local
SheCycle keeps girls healthy and in school with a sanitary pad
Industry leaders share insights on how to future-proof the Canadian workforce
2020 authors will be honoured at International Women's Day Dinner
Velocity has launched a second venture capital fund targeted specifically at early-stage startups involved in health technology
Waterloo founder built one of Canada’s fastest-growing tech companies by solving a problem for international students like him
Combining innovative tech with on-the-ground expertise to prevent mass atrocities across the globe
Waterloo lab helps fill industry demand for additive manufacturing skills
Rogers Communications and the University of Waterloo today announced a three-year, multimillion dollar partnership agreement to advance 5G research in the Toronto-Waterloo tech corridor
Startup companies at the University of Waterloo's flagship entrepreneurship programs have generated more than $2 billion in revenue and around 7,500 jobs over about a decade
Companies that fail to curb their carbon output may eventually face the consequences of asset devaluation and stock price depreciation, according to a new study out of the University of Waterloo.
A team of recent University of Waterloo alumni is in the running for $1 million and business mentorship at the United Nations with a brand new startup it pivoted to in an English castle business accelerator last month.
A new course developed by the University of Waterloo will teach health-care providers in community settings how to better manage the use of antibiotics.
With the right information and often for less than $250, homeowners can protect themselves from the increasing risks of basement floods