FedDev Ontario

WE’RE MOVING!

The Federal Economic Development Agency for Southern Ontario’s Kitchener headquarters is relocating! As of June 15, 2015 all written correspondence should be sent to our new address:

101-139 Northfield Drive West
Waterloo, Ontario
N2L 5A6

We are moving

Apply Now — Canada 150 Community Infrastructure Program in Southern Ontario

FedDev Ontario is now accepting applications for the new Canada 150 Community Infrastructure Program. The program supports the rehabilitation, renovation and expansion of existing community infrastructure, with the aim of creating a lasting legacy for the future as Canada celebrates its 150th anniversary. More than $44 million is available for projects in southern Ontario. Learn more today.

Canada 150 Community Infrastructure Program

Government of Canada Takes Action to Improve Community Infrastructure

The Honourable Gary Goodyear, Minister of State for the Federal Economic Development Agency for Southern Ontario (FedDev Ontario), launches the new Canada 150 Community Infrastructure Program in southern Ontario. The program supports improvements to community infrastructure, with the aim of creating lasting infrastructure as Canada celebrates its 150th anniversary.

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Minister Goodyear Talks Additive Manufacturing in Hamilton

On April 30, FedDev Ontario Minister Gary Goodyear announced that since the launch of the SMART Advanced Technologies for Global Growth program in December 2014, supported by FedDev Ontario, Canadian Manufacturers & Exporters has awarded more than $1 million in 15 projects.

Ron McKerlie, President, Mohawk College; Ian Howcroft, Vice-President Ontario, CME; the HonourableGary Goodyear, Minister of State for FedDev Ontario; Rob Gerritson, Professor, Mohawk College; and Tony Thoma, Dean of Engineering, Technology, Media and Entertainment, Mohawk College, on a tour of Mohawk College Additive Manufacturing Resource Centre.

Government of Canada announces up to $20 million for Leading-Edge Technologies to Advance Market Growth and Commercialization

On April 28, FedDev Ontario Minister Gary Goodyear announced an investment of up to $20 million to the University of Toronto on behalf of the Southern Ontario Smart Computing Innovation Platform (SOSCIP) consortium, to increase access to advanced computing and big data analytics tools and systems, to develop new collaborative projects.

Professor John Capone, Vice-President (Research), Western University; Elissa Strome, Director, Strategic Initiatives, Office of the Vice President, Research and Innovation, University of Toronto; the Honourable Gary Goodyear, Minister of State for the Federal Economic Development Agency for Southern Ontario (FedDev Ontario); Professor Cheryl Regehr, Vice-President and Provost, University of Toronto; and Patrick Horgan, Vice-President, Manufacturing, Development and Operations, IBM Canada Ltd., announced $20 million for the Southern Ontario Smart Computing Innovation Platform (SOSCIP).

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Large-Scale Collaboration in Research and Innovation

Leveraging Resources to Support Emerging Innovation
Program: Investing in Business Innovation
Funding recipients: Capital Angel Network and eSight
Region: Ottawa
Video length: 2 minutes 38 seconds

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