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This week, several Canadian startups have made announcements, launching new features, getting industry approvals, and more. Here’s the latest on Canada’s movers and shakers.
There might be something in Toronto’s air or water, but when it comes to the local startup scene, the magic is definitely in the people and the ecosystem. Thanks to Toronto’s resources, personal and professional support networks, tech-forward mindset, and collaboration-rich atmosphere, it’s likely that the city’s creator culture will keep on growing. Just ask some of the makers featured this month.
This week, several Canadian startups have made announcements, launching new features, partnerships, and more. Here’s the latest on Canada’s movers and shakers.
Created in support of the recent groundswell of Canadian tech leaders advocating for diversity, this series offers a snapshot into the lives of some of the incredibly talented people who have come to Canada from around the world — scientists and entrepreneurs who are working on life-changing discoveries, launching successful companies and helping us build our knowledge economy in innovative ways. #DiversityIsOurStrength
This past Thursday, MaRS announced it had secured $290 million from Manulife, Sun Life Financial, and iA Financial Group to repay its government loans.