Two Ottawa-based startups have secured $1.45 million in funding from the Federal Economic Development Agency for Southern Ontario (FedDev Ontario) to further develop and bring their products to market. FedDev said the
CHAR Technologies Inc. has announced the completion of a series of financings. The financing included equity capital from a series of independent angel investors, as well as the Ontario Centres
Members of Anges Québec, the Anges Québec Capital Fund and Fier Succès invested over $1.2M in Feldan, a Quebec company that develops cell therapy products. With this third round of
Checkfront Inc, a provider of online cloud booking solutions, announced the $1 million closing of its first round of funding.
MEDFAR Solutions Cliniques, with its MYLE electronic medical file, has received $695K investment from several member investors of Anges Québec.
TRACE Live Network, the developer of The TRACEr1, a visually intelligent camera capable of following its owner almost anywhere and
BTV Games Inc. or Black Tie Ventures, a video game developer of highly targeted social casino games for the Facebook,
Jostle Corporation has raised $2 million in new equity funding. Jostle has now raised $6.6 million, all from private individuals.
Retailcommon Inc. has raised $2 million in Series A financing with a group of private investors. They join pervious investors
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