It'll launch its Ignite Gigabit program in Toronto later this year, as well as in outlying areas including Vaughan, Markham, Richmond Hill, Ajax and Pickering. By 2016, it hopes to connect four million customers to its super fast network.
Canadian astronaut Chris Hadfield even invited Mohamed to Toronto for his Generator show at Massey Hall. While there's still no word on whether Mohamed will attend, another Toronto event is honouring him with a clock-making hackathon.
Track & Field Bar, the College Street bar that lets you indulge your inner octogenarian with games of shuffleboard and bocce ball, will be home to a no-phones-allowed night on September 24. Tickets are currently available for $10.
Here are my picks for the top tech events in Toronto this fall.