Now Available! July Edition of The Triangle

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Make way for a funkier, cooler Waterloo

Intermarket Developments Inc. is spending about $160 million to revamp the site of the former NCR plant into a mixed-use project that includes office space, data centre, retail, restaurants and grocery store..

Source: www.therecord.com

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Ontario government committing $25 million over 5 yrs to IQC

The Institute for Quantum Computing (IQC) at Waterloo is among the top five quantum research institutes in the world. Ontario’s renewed support for IQC further positions Waterloo to take full advantage of the opportunities of quantum information science and technologies….

Source: www.exchangemagazine.com

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How to Relocate Your Business

Running out of space? In an area that’s headed downhill? Need an upgrade? It might be time to move your business to another location.

Source: www.entrepreneur.com

Chief among current reasons for relocation is the need for a suitable work force..


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Ontario water project on verge of a torrent of data

From little things, big data grows.

That might be the slogan of the Southern Ontario Water Consortium, a partnership of eight Ontario universities which is building a data platform for water testing technologies that will help protect drinking water and predict floods.

Source: www.itworldcanada.com

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Terra Nova Shoes moving footwear factory to Cambridge

A footwear factory that operated in a small Newfoundland community for more than 40 years relocating to Ontario.

Source: kitchener.ctvnews.ca

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Waterloo Region can grow the next generation of technology companies

This is a region that has long been known for having smart, entrepreneurial people inventing great technology. The Accelerator Centre - an incubator that works with startup technology companies over two or three years and provides commercialization support. It is one of the more successful incubators, having worked with more than 130 startups since it was launched in 2006. With luck, some of the startups might grow to become the size of BlackBerry or Open Text.

Source: www.therecord.com

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