OVIN’s report on Ontario’s automotive sector describes the province’s efforts to strengthen the industry for years to come.
Ontario is investing up to $5 million to help provide funding for Ontario businesses to develop and adopt cybersecurity innovation.
Through the Alberta Innovates Voucher Program, businesses can offset a portion of their costs related to technology development and research.
Via the Industry Commercialization Associate Program (ICAP), eligible applicants can receive up to 75% to a maximum of $120,000 in grant funding towards an associate employee’s salary per year for up to two years.
Government funding for cleantech innovation helps meet climate action goals so that all Canadians can benefit from a more sustainable country and advancing cleantech sector.
The BSP program for British Columbia businesses is now open to Expression of Interest (EOI) applications until September 22, 2023, our team highly recommends aligning an upcoming project so that your business can access this funding.
Innovative Solutions Canada (ISC) has open funding opportunities in which eligible businesses can receive government funding support on focus projects.
The DIGITAL Horizon AI’s Technology Commercialization Program offers up to 35% of eligible costs with a minimum of $1M in funding to help research artificial intelligence (AI) solutions for strengthening intellectual property and data management.
In Canada, the VR landscape is vibrant and rapidly evolving, with several major players driving innovation and pushing the boundaries of what is possible. In this article, we will delve into the key trends shaping the virtual reality industry in Canada.
Through the SCAP Grow Ontario Market (GOM) program, applicants can receive up to 50% funding to a maximum of $60K per business for producers and food and beverage processors, or up to $125K for eligible sector organizations.