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Canada

Country in North America

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April 19, 2021
Finance Minister Chrystia Freeland introduced Canada's first federal budget in two years on Monday, which contained promises of tax breaks for investments in carbon capture, utilization and storage (CCUS) projects as well as $319,000,000 in funding for research and development in CCUS systems.
April 8, 2021
Online Vegan Marketplace Vejii Launches in Canada.
2018
Accelerate Okanagan receives $473,000 from the Government of Canada and has also received funding from Innovate BC and the Province of British Columbia.
July 1, 1867
Confederation

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Kevin Carmichael
September 24, 2021
financialpost
The biggest obstacles companies are reporting relate to supply, the inverse of 2020 when executives were mostly troubled by lack of demand
Charlize Alcaraz
September 24, 2021
BetaKit
The Canadian Information Exchange names its top 20 early-stage startups and top 10 later-stage companies for 2021.
The Canadian Press
September 24, 2021
CTVNews
Canada's two largest railways may run out of grain to move and face revenue challenges in the coming year as the domestic grain crop is expected to decrease 37 per cent due to drought conditions across the Prairies despite a slight improvement in August.
Charlize Alcaraz
September 24, 2021
BetaKit
Silicon Valley-based Salesforce is set to acquire Toronto's own LevelJump, a SaaS startup that offers a digital sales onboarding and enablement platform.
Douglas Soltys
September 24, 2021
BetaKit
BetaKit will be joined by three Canadian policy wonks who will share their thoughts on what Canada's new innovation policy might look like.
Josh Scott
September 24, 2021
BetaKit
RBCx has expanded its product suite with the launch of a new venture debt offering, which the innovation banking group views as a key component of its platform.
Special to Financial Post
September 24, 2021
financialpost
Bring the public to you, rather than mimic the left-wing's latest faddish ideals and retreaded socialist truths
Bianca Bharti
September 23, 2021
financialpost
Demand for grains pushed cargo volumes up seven per cent overall from the start of 2021 to the end of June
Larysa Harapyn
September 23, 2021
financialpost
Watch: National Post's John Ivison and Financial Post's Kevin Carmichael on what's next for Canada after the federal election
Ben Cousins
September 23, 2021
CTVNews
The Canadian Olympic Committee and the Canadian Paralympic Committee announced on Thursday that Lululemon is the new 'official outfitter' for the 2022 Beijing Winter Olympics, in a deal that extends to the 2028 Summer Games in Los Angeles.
Larysa Harapyn
September 23, 2021
financialpost
Watch: Business Council of Canada's Goldy Hyder argues now is not the time to raise or even lower taxes
Meagan Simpson
September 23, 2021
BetaKit
StandUp Ventures has secured just over $30 million in initial capital for its second fund after finding early success investing in women-led startups.
Barbara Shecter
September 22, 2021
financialpost
With more Canadians near retirement age, reverse mortgages seen as growing business
Terence Corcoran
September 22, 2021
financialpost
The overall ideological thread through the election has been that governments have the power and the right to do whatever they want
Gabriel Friedman
September 22, 2021
financialpost
Episode 120 of Down to Business podcast
By Chris Morris
September 21, 2021
BBC News
Are rich countries living up to their climate promises to the developing world?
Charles Mandel
September 22, 2021
BetaKit
Toronto-based FinTech unicorn Wealthsimple ranked highest on LinkedIn's Top Startups Canada 2021 list.
Barbara Shecter
September 21, 2021
financialpost
Liberals' proposed tax could cost the banks around two per cent of their profits
Kelsey Rolfe
September 21, 2021
financialpost
All major parties campaigned on promises of billions in new spending, continued deficits
Kevin Carmichael
September 21, 2021
financialpost
Yes, the campaign was awful, but it might have been something we had to endure so that the next one won't be
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