The Net Zero Accelerator Program promises Canadian innovation of cleantech projects and economic growth.
The Canadian federal government has invested a total of $44.5M in 201 research and development-related projects, including universities and business R&D funding.
Kilmarnock Enterprise, an industrial solutions provider, has been awarded FedDev Ontario funding for COVID-19 solution projects, including a simplified and inexpensive ventilator.
The Canadian federal or provincial governments offer numerous programs that support Canadian companies with projects aimed at growing international partnerships and increasing exports.
The Quantum Leap Funding Program helps SMEs and Canadian universities develop innovative pharmaceutical solutions for safer drug options.
A $24.8 million investment from the SDTC Tech Fund is providing nine Canadian businesses with the opportunity to research and develop sustainability projects focused on innovative clean technology.
The NRC has awarded government funding towards Canadian projects that will research and develop solutions to help prevent and fight the COVID-19 pandemic.
St. John’s, Newfoundland-based company Kraken Robotics is set to receive $2.9 Million towards their deep-sea autonomous vehicle project.
To support the economy and prevent COVID-19 spread, the Digital Technology Supercluster has awarded $4.5M to Patriot One to develop innovative technology.