CanCon Podcast Ep. 122: Which Canadian apps don’t get enough recognition?


Even in the fast-growing world of Canadian tech, the firehose of news can slow to a dribble in the summer months. For the CanCon podcast, that’s not a problem, but an opportunity to change our focus from the latest news to the Canadian tech stories not often discussed.

This week, Communitech’s Chris Plunkett joins to help give some shine to those stories: the great Canadian tech apps that rarely make the headlines; the dearth of Canadian tech reporting; an ecosystem more in love with its own narrative than winning.

Consider it the perfect companion to you summertime backyard barbeques – make sure to save us a bite.

Subscribe via: RSSiTunesStitcherGoogle Play

CanCon Podcast Episode 122

Sending some love across Canadian tech
Toronto-developed 1Password gets updated to its seventh version on Mac
Here are all of the Canadian-made games shown off at E3 2018
Toronto-based TunnelBear acquired by McAfee

Let’s talk about Canadian tech… reporting
Welcome to The Logic: Why I’m asking you to join us
Media group Politico to launch in Canada
Things are going pretty well at BetaKit!
Postmedia, not so much…

Is Canadian tech too much in love with its own narrative/
Collision event at MaRS builds anticipation for Toronto and 2019
Hubba’s Ben Zifkin says Canada can’t rely on potential to become a global tech hub

Canadian Content music clip (under fair dealing): “Tokyo Summer” by Mounties
Ad music: “Dreams” by Joakim Karud

This story was originally published on BetaKit

MobileSyrup may earn a commission from purchases made via our links, which helps fund the journalism we provide free on our website. These links do not influence our editorial content. Support us here.

Related Articles