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The Innovation Factory, along with executives across the Canadian Digital Media Network (cdmn.ca), have jointly sent a letter to Ministers Ng, Joly and Bains to consider additional steps to help stabilize the startup ecosystem and contribute to a stronger recovery. Full text and copy of the letter are here. Please support this, by sharing your […]

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This article appeared on thestar.com by Krista Jones. To read the original post click here. Without more help from Ottawa, Canadian startups — critical to our economic future — will fail By Krista Jones, Contributor Our federal government is fighting COVID-19 battles on many fronts. Given the scope of what it’s trying to achieve, there would be endless […]

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  News release CLICK HERE to see the Government of Canada web page April 8, 2020 – Ottawa, Ontario – Department of Finance Canada The Government of Canada is taking immediate, significant and decisive action to support Canadians and employers facing hardship as a result of the global COVID-19 outbreak. Today, Finance Minister Bill Morneau provided […]

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This article appeared on inthehammer.com by Amy Kouniakis. To read the original post click here. COVID-19 has forced us all into an unprecedented situation and is making us all look for ways to do things differently. This can’t be more true than for businesses who are forced to close or operate at a much lower capacity in […]

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Apr 6, 2020 AQ’s Blog & Grill “Innovation Factory Accelerates Success” – who doesn’t want that!? Incubators and accelerators, like Hamilton’s Innovation Factory, are the not so hidden gem that entrepreneurs need to know. In this week’s episode on AQ’s Blog & Grill, David Carter and Alan Quarry discuss the difference between an accelerator and […]

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IF Partner, Yordas, is offering this online programming to bring disinfectant products to market. The spread of the SARS-CoV-2 virus has strongly increased demand for disinfectants globally. The use of disinfectants is essential to prevent the spread of novel coronavirus. Countries around the globe have put in place emergency legislations and derogations to respond to […]

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This article appeared on InsideHalton.com. To read the original post click here. Ethan Foy is a long-term resident of Oakville, who has recently returned after completing his undergraduate neuroscience degree at Brock University, where he founded his current startup, LifePoints, an app that looks to reward people’s healthy lifestyle choices. March 28th, LifePoints released a new version […]

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This article appeared on softwarehamilton.com by Rodney Barnes. To read the original post, click here.   Nix Sensor, a Hamilton-based startup focused on colour measurement technology, has recently released iOS application Chip on the Apple App Store. Users can browse paint swatches, or pair a Nix sensor with their phone or tablet and use the app to […]

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This article appeared on softwarehamilton.com by Rodney Barnes. To read the original post click here. Several initiatives from tech organizations across the city have sprung up in response to the global pandemic. Here are the ones we know about: Maker Militia is an Innovation Factory project that connects makers – software developers, designers, people with 3D printers or […]

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  Government Announces Details of the Canada Emergency Wage Subsidy to Help Businesses Keep Canadians in their jobs Click here https://www.canada.ca/en/department-finance/news/2020/04/government-announces-details-of-the-canada-emergency-wage-subsidy-to-help-businesses-keep-canadians-in-their-jobs.htm

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