Cantech Letter is pleased to announce the finalists for the 7th Annual Cantech Letter Awards. The Cantech Letter Awards recognize excellence in Canada’s innovation sectors. They are selected by an anonymous panel of more than 40 sell-side analysts from dozens of Canadian investment banks. “This was a very competitive year for the Cantech Letter Awards […]
The Toronto Stock Exchange (TSX) and TSX Venture Exchange (TSXV) are proclaiming that “Tech is Back!” with a new campaign, accompanied by a video that compresses a seven-year narrative into 85 seconds, depicting the growth of Canada’s technology and innovation sectors, including the Technology, Clean Technology and Life Sciences categories. Over that time, there have […]
Researchers have come up with a new approach to computing that uses biological processes to solve complex computing problems. Led by Dr. Dan Nicolau, Chair of the Department of Bioengineering at McGill University in Montreal, Quebec, the research team has built a prototype biocomputer that works by parallel processing much like a supercomputer but operates […]
Long-time Wi-LAN (TSX:WIN, Nasdaq:WILN) boss Jim Skippen says he will retire from the position to begin an “orderly leadership transition” over the next year. Skippen says he will remain on until a suitable replacement can be found. “I have been privileged to lead a great intellectual property company for more than nine years,” he said. […]
In September, Cantech Letter will be on hand for the M Partners Tech 12 Investor Conference in Toronto. This year’s proceedings will follow the success of last year’s jam packed event, in which institutional investors heard from Canadian tech luminaries such as Art Mesher of Descartes Systems Group and Jim Skippen of Wi-LAN. As tech […]
There are many people who believe Canadian technology stocks are undervalued. Of course, as John Maynard Keynes famously quipped, markets can remain irrational longer than you can remain solvent. Still, with a massive exodus from commodities now fully underway, is it just a matter of time before money starts flowing into Canadian technology stocks, driving […]
Some of them are in out of favor sectors. Some are perpetual money losers. Others are simply flying under the radar. Whatever the circumstance, the Canadian tech stocks listed below have gobs of cash when compared to their market caps. We look at the top fifteen.