Patch is a self-watering herb planter that makes urban gardening projects easier, delivered through the letterbox.
The pressureNET app uses the in-built barometers present in many smartphones to submit meteorological readings to researchers for more accurate forecasting.
Canada-based platform Trashswag offers crowdsourced images and information about salvageable goods nearby.
Canadian Dalhousie University recently set up a Puppy Room to help de-stress students during final exams.
Filabot is a desktop extruder that lets users make and reuse their own filament from household plastic recyclables.
The City of Calgary is now trialling its Bluetooth traffic tracking program, harnessing data anonymously from drivers’ cell phones.
The Vouchr app is enabling Canadians to gift recommendations for local experiences, along with credit to spend.
Canadian Cardign is a mobile app for contacts that uses a facial recognition capability to let users put a face to each name.
Operating in the town of St John’s, Newfoundland, Home Share aims to connect students looking for affordable accommodation with those over 50 living alone.
Canadian SMARTeacher has come up with a PC math game that not only recognizes children’s emotions as they learn, but also adapts the game accordingly.