I’m a writer who mostly focuses on stories about technology, gaming, entertainment and more. Ever since I could remember, I’ve always been obsessed with technology, it has been something I could relate to and easily understand. Also, technology is something that’s always constantly changing or evolving, with each day bringing something new.

It wasn’t until I discovered Jon Rettinger of TechnoBuffalo and his YouTube channel and site back in 2009, that he really truly inspired me to start my own technology news site, TheCanadianTechie.

I started the site in 2012 and have continued to write articles for it ever since. TheCanadianTechie not improved my writing skills and provided a creative outlet but it also gave me a chance to share my love of technology with the world and to meet all kinds of people.

Self-Driving Cars: Are You Ready?

We’ve all seen the movies, how in the “future” we will all have hoverboards (like the ones in Back To The Future 2) and flying cars. They also show that we won’t actually have to drive our cars either because they’ll be able to drive themselves as we kick back and relax.

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To Toy Story Sequels and Beyond!

Toy Story has already spawned two sequels and another sequel is on its way.

Toy Story 2 was initially going to be a direct-to-video release but after the return of the cast from the first movie and the story prove to be better than just a direct-to-video release, the movie was given a theatrical release. The sequel focuses on Woody being stolen at a yard sale and the rest of the toys going to rescue him.

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Toy Story: 20 Years Later

It’s hard to believe that it’s only been 20 years since the release of Toy Story. In those two decades, two sequels have been released (with another coming in 2019), two television specials have aired and three of Disney’s theme parks around the world have a Toy Story-themed attraction.

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The rise of Canadian music

The number of Canadian singers and bands with songs on the Billboard Top 100 chart has increased drastically since 2006. This is because people discover artists and music via sites like YouTube or apps like Vines. Some artists share their music online on their own website and allow people to download them for free.

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Moto X – The Most Hyped-up Phone that Missed Expectations

After months of waiting and hundreds of rumours about the next flagship from Motorola after being acquired by Google, the Moto X is finally revealed. From above it seems like the Moto X is a awesome phone, with it’s blend of what both Motorola and Google have to offer.

Sure it can be customized in thousands of different ways, and you can control the device without even touching it or activate the camera with a simple gesture.

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Durham College receives donation from rotary club for CFF

The Rotary Club of Whitby has donated $20,000 to Durham College’s Centre for Food (CFF), located at the DC Whitby campus.

Lovisa says the donation from the Rotary Club will be used to build an arboretum at the Centre for Food, which is a garden area with a collection of trees and shrubs. These will be used for educational purposes.

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Tim McTiernan reappointed as UOIT president

Dr. Tim McTiernan will get to keep his position as President and Vice-Chancellor of the University of Ontario Institute of Technology (UOIT) for another four years as the Board of Governors of the university renewed his contract. His first term began on July 1st, 2011 and his second term will begin on July 1st 2016 and last until 2020.

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