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A million times a month, CANARIE enables mobile research and learning

[Ottawa, ON | 29 November 2012] CANARIE, the operator of Canada’s Advanced Research and Innovation Network and the Canadian Access Federation, today announced that more than one million times a month, Canadian students, staff and faculty visiting educational institutions are able to seamlessly access campus WiFi networks, without having to use a guest ID or […]

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blog arrowDate: November 29, 2012


Jim Roche, CANARIE President & CEO, receives Queen Elizabeth II Diamond Jubilee Medal for outstanding service to Canada

[Ottawa, ON | 21 October 2012] CANARIE, Canada’s Advanced Research and Innovation Network, today announced that Jim Roche, President and CEO of CANARIE, will be presented with the Queen Elizabeth II Diamond Jubilee Medal this evening at a ceremony in Montreal at the i-CANADA Summit. NEWS Jim Roche was recognized for his contribution to the […]

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blog arrowDate: October 21, 2012


Government of Canada confirms $62M investment in CANARIE

[Ottawa, Ontario | August 8, 2012] CANARIE, Canada’s Advanced Research and Innovation Network today announced the Government of Canada has confirmed its investment of $62 million for a term of three years. Budget 2012 announced $40 million of the funding over two years. In confirming the $22 million in funding for the third year of […]

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blog arrowDate: August 8, 2012


PARTICLE PHYSICISTS USE A SUPER-FAST NETWORK TO FIND THE HIGGS BOSON

[Ottawa, ON | 4 July 2012] CANARIE, Canada’s Advanced Research and Innovation Network, today congratulates the global team of physicists who have gathered enough preliminary data to announce the existence of the Higgs boson, colloquially known as the “God particle.” NEWS The Higgs boson has been the subject of intense study since British physicist Peter […]

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blog arrowDate: July 4, 2012


CANARIE and BCNET helping Canadians get ready for IPv6 transition

[Ottawa, ON | June 6, 2012] CANARIE, Canada’s Advanced Research and Innovation Network, and BCNET, the Shared IT Services Organization for Higher Education in British Columbia, today announced, in conjunction with World IPv6 Launch Day, that universities and colleges have free access to an IPv6 Community Lab to help prepare their networks for the unavoidable […]

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blog arrowDate: June 6, 2012