Plastics For Change is spearheading ‘fair trade’ recycling, which will see waste pickers paid fair prices for the plastic they collect.
Inkbox temporary tattoos are made from a fruit-based formula, which takes ten minutes to apply and lasts for two weeks.
GoHere Washroom Access Initiative is a scheme that encourages businesses to open up their facilities to those in need, no questions asked.
Tron-Club offers a monthly subscription service for circuit building kits, which become more challenging each time.
Beagle is an AI-powered tool that translates contracts from elusive legal language into comprehensive visual summaries.
Palette Gear Kits are programmable modules which click together to let users interact with software in a more natural, physical way.
Myle Tap is a voice powered wearable which captures users’ thoughts and ideas, and converts them into notes and actions.
AXS Map is a global app, making the world more accessible for those with mobility problems by crowdsourcing venue reviews from its users.
GamerLink is a mobile app which connects gamers with similar playing styles and skill levels to enhance their online multiplayer experience.
VeloReality’s indoor training equipment now enables avid cyclists to train beside each other in a virtual reality ride, without braving the off-season weather.
HiMama is an online platform which enables childcare programs to document kids’ daytime activity and report back to their parents in real time.
Three-in-one bike upgrade helps cyclists to navigate screen free and locate missing and stolen bikes.
Key Ingredient has developed its Recipe Tablet, a heat and spill-resistant tablet that can read recipes out loud while users cook.
Gymtrack is a system that lets venues provide wearable trackers and virtual personal training for members each time they workout.
The Kitchen Library is Canada’s first non-profit lending library dedicated to short-term rentals of cooking equipment.
Scent Trunk enables subscribers to sample different fragrances each month based on their previous likes and dislikes.
Canada’s Signs Restaurant wants to help teach ASL to non-deaf customers by printing instructions next to each menu item.
Dutch collective MIJLO has developed the Everyday Watch, a timepiece with two different faces and five straps.
Currently seeking funding on Indiegogo, pd.id is a small kit that enables anyone to check if their drink has been spiked.
Faraday Café uses a unique architectural design to create a space where all phone and wifi signals are blocked.
Ecodrain is an easy-to-install drain that heats up incoming shower water with the hot water going down the plug hole.
Canada’s Frank Anthony has created a range of shorts that repel any kind of water or fluid stain.