Momentum Ventures Donates $25,500 To Canadian Cancer Society

Momentum Ventures has donated a total of $25,500 to the Canadian Cancer Society. The amount was selected as part of a broader goal to donate $75,000 to worthy causes in 2016, with the final amounts and charities selected by the staff of Momentum Ventures by vote.

In addition to this donation to the Canadian Cancer Society, Momentum Ventures did its part to make sure two local families had a Merry Christmas. Momentum Ventures donated a combined $3,600 to two Montreal families, providing them with winter clothing, toys, transit passes, and other essentials. These two families, one family of six and the other a family of four, were very happy to receive these much needed gifts.

Momentum Ventures CEO Matt Keezer is anticipating more major donations to occur over the course of  2016 saying “Momentum Ventures is committed to donating $75,000 in 2016 to a handful of worthwhile charities,” adding “we are working with our whole team here to determine where exactly they would like to see the money allocated as we want every person here to have a voice in this decision.”



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FlightHub’s Guide To Canada’s Biggest Tech Cities

FlightHub’s home base, Montreal is another big time gaming town. Whether it is newcomers like Ludia or established shops like Ubisoft and Bioware, Montreal is one of the biggest cities in the world for video games. Montreal also has a thriving startup scene thanks to its attraction to students. Quebec features the lowest tuition costs in Canada, thus attracting students who move to Montreal, learn, and form their own companies or join a growing startup. Popular ones include SportLogiq, Landr, and LightSpeed.

FlightHub’s Guide to Sugaring Off in Montreal

For those who are unaware of what a sugar shack is, or les cabanes à sucre for our francophone friends, and otherwise known as a sap house, this is a place where your sugary dreams come to life. Canada produces about 71% of the world’s purest maple syrup, with over 91% of the product originating in Quebec. By all accounts, this undoubtedly makes Quebec—and Montreal—maple syrup gurus if you will.