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Canada’s Alps Welding Ltd. has worked with Mentor Works since 2012 to receive multiple funding wins totalling close to $2M.
The National Research Council Industrial Research Assistance Program (NRC-IRAP) is set to receive $500M in funding from the Canadian federal 2021 budget.
An NRC IRAP investment will help four Canadian businesses to produce safe and effective treatments for those fighting the COVID-19 virus, while also building strong domestic plans to fight future pandemics.
The Government of Canada has extended the Innovation Assistance Program (IAP) by $155 million to continue supporting Canadian businesses through the adverse economic impacts caused by COVID-19.
St. John’s, Newfoundland-based company Kraken Robotics is set to receive $2.9 Million towards their deep-sea autonomous vehicle project.
CEWS’ strict eligibility criteria leaves many businesses ineligible to receive funding. These alternative wage subsidies can help your business through COVID-19.
The Government of Canada’s NRC-IRAP program has granted $300K to Toronto company CleanSlate UV to test and produce mobile device disinfection machines.
With help from NRC-IRAP COVID-19 funding of $299,190, portable coronavirus tests are currently being developed by Canadian biotechnology company Nicoya.