Three manufacturers in Cambridge, Ontario have been announced as recipients of the Southwestern Ontario Development Fund (SWODF). Nearly $2 million will be allocated between these businesses, which is expected to create 130 long-term jobs, while maintaining 476 current positions over the next four years. Each manufacturer will leverage these funds
Therapure Biopharma is a leading manufacturer of biologics for medical use with expertise in working with plasma-derived proteins. The Mississauga, Ontario-based business has been able to use this industry-leading knowledge to create a proprietary system known as PlasmaCap Expanded Bed Absorption (EBA). PlasmaCap EBA yields an increased amount of protein
Barrie, Ontario based company Wolf Steel, manufacturer of Napoleon branded fireplaces, barbeques, and soon HVAC systems, has received more Canadian government funding to support their continued expansion within Ontario. We recently reported on Wolf Steel’s $4.2 million repayable small business funding announcement via FedDev Ontario’s Investing in Business Growth &
The Ontario government is very active in their distribution of Ontario small business funding this month. In addition to the recent FedDev Ontario funding awarded to HubHead ($625K) and MappedIn ($600K), the government has announced three more recipients of the Investing in Business Innovation (IBI) repayable Canadian government funding program.
Mississauga, Ontario based aerospace parts manufacturer, Koss Aerospace, will receive Ontario government funding from one of FedDev Ontario’s Southern Ontario Prosperity Initiatives (SOPI) to support facility expansion efforts, creating jobs in the region. Through the Investing in Business Growth & Productivity (IBGP) Ontario funding, Koss Aerospace will receive an investment
Four Seasons Greens, a Muskoka-based food producer will receive repayable Ontario business funding towards the construction of an aquaponics food processing system. This small business funding allotment was provided through FedNor’s Northern Ontario Development Program (NODP). NODP has supported Northern Ontario businesses since 2006, providing approximately $343 million in Ontario