News - handyem Inc., a manufacturer of personal and portable flow cytometers announces the commercial launch of the HPC-150 personal cytometer for life science research, bioprocessing, water quality and many other applications. The HPC-150 flow cytometer from handyem is portable and rugged. Its reliable fiber-optics flow cell eliminates the need for periodic laser alignment and reduces by an order of magnitude the amount of sheath fluid normally required by conventional flow cytometers.
News - Belgian developer Larian Studios, the company behind last year’s hit RPG Divinity: Original Sin, has expanded from its European roots to open a new office in Quebec CIty. The studio will initially house a core team of ten staff, with plans afoot to employ between 30 to 40 staff over the next three years. This would make the office as big as its current HQ in Ghent, and twice as big as its St Petersburg branch. The team will initially collaborate with existing teams on projects, including a new upcoming RPG, but eventually could work on its own titles.
News - Creaform, worldwide leader in portable 3D measurement solutions and 3D engineering services, announced the opening of its US-based corporation and offices in Costa Mesa, California. The opening of this new office is the result of the growing demand for Creaform’s portable measurement solutions as well as its dedication to better support its ever-expanding US customer base. Moreover, it complements Creaform’s current American presence.
News - Québec City is proud to welcome the annual Plenary Assembly of the International Federation of Sport Climbing (IFSC) in March 2017. The city will be the first in North America to host this gathering of the international competitive climbing community’s most senior executives.
News - Opsens Inc. ("Opsens" or the "Company") (TSXV: OPS) (OTCQX: OPSSF) announces that its common shares began trading under the ticker symbol "OPSSF" on the OTCQX marketplace in the United States, effective today. OTCQX, operated by OTC Markets Group Inc., offers the best informed and most efficient trading for established, global and growth companies. Opsens' shares will continue trading on the TSX Venture Exchange under the ticker symbol "OPS."
News - The 2014 Desjardins Group Annual Report, with the theme “Your Desjardins Advantage,” was released today. The report, which is only available online at www.desjardins.com/annualreport, details the achievements that contributed to the nationwide growth of Canada’s largest cooperative financial group, including its improved efficiency, while upholding its fundamental strategic direction: continuing to better serve its seven million members and clients.
News - The Quebec government has raised the games tax credit available to local game studios back up to 37.5 per cent, following cuts to the scheme last year. Increased incentives already available to studios in province.
News - EXFO Inc. (NASDAQ: EXFO, TSX: EXF) announced the addition of the FIP-435B Fully Automated Wireless Fiber Inspection Probe to its market-leading portfolio of portable fiber-optic test equipment. EXFO now allows connector testing to reach new heights by swapping the standard wire for a Wi-Fi connection to Android(TM) smart devices.
News - WANTED Technologies (TSX-V: WAN), a leading provider of real-time market intelligence and analytics for staffing and workforce strategies, will introduce its WANTED Analytics International product to the European human resources audience at the HR Tech Europe exposition today. The event is held March 24-25 at the ExCel London. WANTED Analytics will be located at booth #605 for the duration of the exposition.
News - Davie – voted North America’s #1 Shipbuilder in 2015 – is celebrating its 190thanniversary this year. In 1825, English sea captain, Allison Davie founded what is now Canada’s largest and highest capacity shipbuilder. Today, Davie is also the largest employer of skilled shipbuilders in Canada. Throughout the past 190 years, Davie has built every type of vessel imaginable from the largest of warships for the Canadian, British and French navies to the largest of offshore rigs for international oil companies.