The Digital Technology Supercluster COVID-19 Program has allocated $60M for projects to improve the health and safety of Canadians during COVID-19.
NGen Manufacturing Canada will invest $50M to fund projects that can provide positive impacts to healthcare workers and individuals in response to COVID-19.
The Ocean Supercluster is one of Canada’s five Innovation Superclusters, bringing together leaders in multiple sectors across the ocean economy. Learn more.
The Digital Technology Supercluster, based in BC, is one of Canada’s five Innovation Superclusters. Read more about what the program supports.
Next Generation Manufacturing Canada (NGen) is an industry-led, non-profit organization dedicated to building next generation manufacturing capabilities. It is one of five “superclusters” created from Canada’s Innovation Superclusters Initiative and maintains a pool of funding to award to competitive member-based projects. This pool of funding created the NGen Manufacturing Program,
Next Generation Manufacturing Canada (NGen), one of the Canadian government’s Innovation Superclusters, has approved its first project, a collaborative undertaking with total costs of $4.2M, led by iVexSol Canada (Intelligent Vector Solutions).
NGen will provide $1.89M to develop a new manufacturing process for viral vectors, which are crucial components in the
The government of Canada has been actively working to establish and position Canada as a leader in global innovation. This has been done through initiatives for national businesses and research and post-secondary institutions to recommend strategies for developing superclusters of innovation.
A total federal investment of up to $950M has transitioned