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Risley’s Project Nujio’qonik Wins Environmental Nod

  • Apr 10, 2024
  • Avery Mullen

John Risley’s World Energy GH2 has won the long sought-after environmental approval it needs to move ahead with a massive, 328-turbine wind energy and hydrogen production facility near St. George’s Bay, Newfoundland and Labrador.

The Newfoundland

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CTA London Seeks East Coast Applicants

  • Apr 09, 2024
  • Peter Moreira

With Atlantic Canadian companies making up one-quarter of its latest cohort, the Canadian Technology Accelerator in London is hoping for even more applications from the East Coast in the future.

The Trade Commissioner Service in the British capital

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US Company Agrees To Buy Appili

  • Apr 09, 2024
  • Avery Mullen

Halifax-based drug discovery company Appili Therapeutics has agreed to be acquired by Richmond, Virginia-based Aditxt for C$16.8 million in cash, stock and assumed debt, though the acquirer has to raise US$20 million to close the deal.

Last week,

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Swiftsure Lands $149K in Provincial Funding

  • Apr 08, 2024
  • Peter Moreira

Pasadena, NL-based medtech company Swiftsure Innovations has received $149,000 in funding from the Newfoundland and Labrador government to help finance its second clinical trial at the Cleveland Clinic.

The provincial government’s Industry, Energy

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Potential Entering Commercialization

  • Apr 07, 2024
  • Avery Mullen

Potential Motors, the Fredericton-based maker of control software for off-road vehicles, has now logged more than 3,000 hours of real-world testing of its systems, including the first round of customer trials under its deal with manufacturer CFMOTO

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TrojAI Could Double Staff in 12 Months

  • Apr 04, 2024
  • Avery Mullen

Veteran cybersecurity executive Lee Weiner’s appointment as TrojAI CEO reflects what management sees as a chance for the Saint John startup to become a central player in the artificial intelligence ecosystem, Co-Founder James Stewart said Thursday.

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TrojAI Raises C$7.8M

  • Apr 03, 2024
  • Avery Mullen

TrojAI, the Saint John maker of security software for artificial intelligence systems, has raised US$5.75 million or C$7.77 million and appointed a new CEO, veteran cybersecurity executive Lee Weiner.

The deal was led by Seattle's Flying Fish

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Council of Canadian Innovators Opens Halifax Bureau

  • Apr 03, 2024
  • Avery Mullen

Technology sector industry group the Council of Canadian Innovators has opened a bureau in Halifax, complementing its offices in Quebec, Ontario, the Prairies and British Columbia.

Founded in 2015 and comprising executives from major technology

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Still Time To Complete our Survey

  • Apr 03, 2024
  • Peter Moreira

Are you an Atlantic Canadian founder who has been meaning to fill out the Entrevestor survey? If so, there’s no better day than today to get around to it.

So many founders have told us they intend to fill out the survey, but then the reality of

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Frenter Signs Deal With Heavy Equipment Marketplace

  • Apr 02, 2024
  • Avery Mullen

California- and Halifax-based Frenter has signed a deal to incorporate its maintenance and analytics software for heavy equipment into Austin, Texas-based Boom and Bucket’s equipment rental marketplace.

The system will offer users estimates of

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Shoelace Eyes Textbooks, Canadian Market

  • Apr 01, 2024
  • Avery Mullen

Halifax reading game startup Shoelace Learning is aiming to leverage its traction in the United States to win more deals in Canada, as CEO Julia Rivard Dexter looks to consolidate on pandemic-era growth amid a saturated educational technology

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Genesis to Hold Pitch Competition April 9

  • Apr 01, 2024
  • Avery Mullen

Genesis, the Newfoundland and Labrador startup hub, will hold a pitch competition showcasing six companies from the latest cohort of its eight-week Evolution accelerator on April 9.

Chosen by Genesis out of the broader Evolution cohort, the seven

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