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Q4 Inc., E Inc., Goeasy Ltd., BBTV Holdings Inc.

Companies are working to weather challenging market conditions. As technology companies continued to roll out second quarter earnings, it’s increasingly apparent that no one…

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Well Health, Magnet Forensics, Dialogue Health, and Thinkific Labs

Gains and losses aren’t about the verticals, but rather the companies. Gains and losses: We have them both, as a slew of public companies…

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Dooly latest Vancouver startup to cut staff amid broader market downturn

Dooly has joined a growing number of Canadian tech companies to trim their workforce, laying off 12 people. Vancouver-based software startup Dooly has…

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HR tech startup Humi acquires SaaS scheduling startup Ameego

Humi customers include Tim Hortons, Boston Pizza, and Moxies. Human resources tech startup Humi is expanding its platform’s capabilities with the acquisition of Winnipeg-headquartered…

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Hootsuite restructuring, laying off 30 percent of employees

CEO: “We need to refocus our strategies to drive efficiency, growth and financial sustainability.” Hootsuite is set to lay off 30 percent of its…

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Bootstrapped since 2008, Evidence Partners closes $20 million to tackle automated literature review market

Evidence Partners caters to more than 60% of the world’s largest pharma, medical device companies. Nearly 15 years after its formation, Kanata-based research software…

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S|W: The SaaS Weekly – Inside this week’s massive BC tech exit

Plus: Layoffs across SaaS startups pile up. The SaaS Weekly is a weekly newsletter covering major SaaS news from Canada and around the globe….

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Uberflip CEO attributes company layoffs to “unsteady economy”

Uberflip laid off 31 employees. Uberflip has joined the slew of tech companies that have had to make staff reductions amid the changing macroeconomic…

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RenoRun lays off 12 percent of staff, pauses geographic expansion amid uncertainty surrounding consumer spending

Montréal-based building material delivery startup RenoRun has laid off around 70 members of its 600-person team, BetaKit has learned, joining a growing list of…

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Nubik becomes latest Canadian tech firm acquired by Deloitte

Nubik specializes in Salesforce, FinancialForce, and Rootstock Cloud ERP. Continuing its Canadian tech acquisition spree, Deloitte Canada has announced that it is acquiring Montréal-based…

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