Investing in Quebec’s clean tech industry to help Canadian farmers grow more crops

MP Lambropoulos announces $2.5 million for Montreal company to develop natural fertilizer

November 15, 2017 – Montreal, Quebec – Innovation, Science and Economic Development Canada

 

Canadian families could have access to healthier crops thanks to a Government of Canada investment in the  development of a new clean technology aimed at decreasing the need for man-made fertilizers.

Supporting Quebec’s clean technology industry benefits Canadians and creates jobs

MP Marc Miller announces $2.2 million for Montréal company to develop technology for wireless communications devices

November 14, 2017 – Montréal, Quebec – Innovation, Science and Economic Development Canada

Canadians could be using their mobile devices for much longer without draining the battery thanks to a Government of Canada investment in a new clean technology aimed at dramatically reducing the energy needed to power wireless devices.

Governments of Canada and Alberta invest in cutting-edge clean technologies to encourage clean growth

Minister Sohi and Minister Gray announce $28.8 million for 11 clean technology projects

November 3, 2017 – Edmonton, Alberta – Innovation, Science and Economic Development Canada

Canadians will benefit from a healthier environment and new business opportunities created across Canada thanks to the federal and provincial funding announced today for clean technology development.

Investment made in Quebec will support environmentally friendly technologies

November 3, 2017 – Boisbriand, Quebec – Innovation, Science and Economic Development Canada

Canadians will benefit from a new clean technology that extends lithium-ion (reusable) battery life, thanks to a $2.9-million investment by the Government of Canada.

The announcement was made today by Linda Lapointe, Member of Parliament for Rivière-des-Mille-Îles, on behalf of the Honourable Navdeep Bains, Minister of Innovation, Science and Economic Development.

Investments made in Nova Scotia will support environmentally friendly technologies and healthier communities

October 12, 2017 – Dartmouth, Nova Scotia

Canadian families will benefit from solar-powered vehicle technology that reduces carbon dioxide emissions and improves energy efficiency, thanks to a $5,395,000 investment by the Government of Canada.

This investment in Metamaterial Technologies Inc. will support technology development that has the potential to lead to greener vehicle alternatives for Canadians, which will mean cleaner communities and a healthier environment.

Investments made in Ontario will lead to cutting-edge, environmentally friendly technologies

 

August 8, 2017 – Brantford, Ontario – Innovation, Science and Economic Development Canada

Ontarians will benefit from new jobs created by innovations that power electric vehicles and reduce plastics in the environment, thanks to a $15.5-million investment by the Government of Canada.

This investment in six Toronto-area companies will create well-paying middle-class jobs as a result of the new business opportunities generated by the development of technologies that lead to less pollution and healthier communities.

Government of Canada invests in Quebec’s clean technology sector

Minister Bibeau and Parliamentary Secretary Lametti announce $7.8 million to develop cleaner technologies for less pollution and healthier communities

July 28, 2017 – Sherbrooke, Quebec – Innovation, Science and Economic Development Canada

 

Quebecers will benefit from new jobs created by innovations in the energy, mining and waste treatment sectors as a result of a $7.8-million investment by the Government of Canada.

Government of Canada invests in Nova Scotia’s clean technology sector to create jobs

MP Bernadette Jordan announces $2.6 million for Halifax-based company that turns landfill waste into clean-burning fuel

July 26, 2017 – Halifax, Nova Scotia – Innovation, Science and Economic Development Canada

Canadians will benefit from well-paying jobs and business opportunities created by a Halifax-based company that turns landfill waste into clean-burning fuel, thanks to a $2.6-million investment by the Government of Canada.

Government of Canada invests in Ontario clean technology projects

PS Lametti announces $7.85 million for Ottawa, Sault Ste. Marie and London companies

Ottawa - Innovation, Science and Economic Development

Canadians will benefit from new innovations in solar power, cloud computing and biofertilizers as a result of a $7.85-million investment by the Government of Canada in clean technologies that are being developed by companies in Ottawa, Sault Ste. Marie and London.