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BUILD Applications Open

  • Aug 16, 2022
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Potential’s First EV To Be Off-Road Camper

  • Aug 15, 2022
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Ed Martin Named Director of MCE

  • Aug 14, 2022
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BUILD Applications Open

The prototyping accelerator offers participants the chance to apply for up to $10K of funding.

Dalhousie University’s Emera ideaHUB incubator has opened applications for this year’s BUILD accelerator — a 10-month program meant to help deep tech startups develop

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Potential’s First EV To Be Off-Road Camper

  • Aug 15, 2022
  • Avery Mullen

Fredericton-based Potential Motors’ electric vehicle will be an off-road camper van that uses the company’s vehicle control software to identify and adapt to changes in terrain.

Chief Executive Sam Poirier said in March the vehicle will be a

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Ed Martin Named Director of MCE

  • Aug 14, 2022
  • Avery Mullen

Ed Martin, former CEO at St. John’s-based edtech startup Zorbit’s Math, has been appointed Director of the Memorial Centre for Entrepreneurship at Memorial University.

As director of the MCE, Martin will lead an organization that has worked with

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Four Atlantic Companies Receive SDTC Funding

  • Aug 14, 2022
  • Avery Mullen

The federal government’s Sustainable Development Technology Canada, or SDTC, has announced grants for four Atlantic Canadian startups: Hampstead, N.B.’s PLAEX Building Systems, and Halifax-based ZeroIN Foods, Drinkable Water Solutions and OceanSync

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Propel Names Traction and Growth Grads

  • Aug 11, 2022
  • Avery Mullen

Atlantic Canada's IT accelerator Propel has announced seven graduate companies from the latest cohort of its Traction and Growth program.

The Traction and Growth program is meant for startups that have already completed Propel’s more basic Vision

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Virtual Hallway Books 500 Consults for NS Doctors

  • Aug 11, 2022
  • Avery Mullen

Virtual Hallway has helped doctors to schedule more than 500 meetings with specialists through a pilot program with Nova Scotia Health’s Innovation Hub since the end of May.

The six-month program will evaluate whether the province should partner

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