Montreal-based startup accelerator FounderFuel is making a call to startups to apply to its new Spring 2016 cohort. The program will begin..
The Caisse de dépôt et placement du Québec, MIT and the government of Quebec have all joined forces to offer a new entrepreneurship traini..
XPND Capital has closed on a $75 million fund to invest in sustainable and electric transport. It’s first two orders of work were investme..
Unito, a Montreal-based startup that builds specialized connectors for business apps, has raised $575,000 from Real Ventures, Pascal Pilon..
Unsplash, a Montreal-based project founded by Crew CEO Mikael Cho, is talking tall on the heels of its new product update.
On Thursday ..
Montreal startups Heddoko and Navut have both revealed that they’ll be part of the Techstars Spring 2016 cohort.
Heddoko is the first s..
Local startup company Hykso is part of Y Combinator’s Winter Cohort.
Hykso is now the second Montreal venture in two weeks to announce ..
A new bilateral program between the cities of Montreal and Paris, France, will give 10 startup companies in each city the chance to open u..
Montreal’s Sharethebus is announcing its participation in Silicon Valley accelerator, Y Combinator.
One year after completing the Found..
Chronogolf, a Montreal-based cloud-based software solution that organizes and streamlines every aspect of the business side of golf course..
Nearly four years of hard work has paid off for Montrealers Tri Nguyen, Bruno Sylvain and Eduard Lucic.
In an exclusive for MTLinTech, ..
Blockstream has raised a $55 million Series A round of funding to continue its work expanding the bitcoin code base for commercial use, pe..
A pair of Montreal companies have been named as “Startups to Watch,” in a new blog post by notable investor database, CB Insights.
Medago, a Montreal startup that built an app allowing doctors to easily communicate with pharmacists, has been acquired by PetalMD.
Just six days remain before submissions for McGill University’s $100,000 Dobson Cup will no longer be accepted on February 1.