Numerous tax credits are available to support the film, television, and digital media industries in Canada, with the potential to receive credit rates covering up to 100% of eligible expenditures, depending on the type of program, as well as company… Read more »
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Initially developed to better support the agriculture and agri-food industries through streamlined programming, the Canadian Agricultural Partnership (CAP) will be closing on March 31, 2023, after five years of investments in agricultural innovation. With programs focusing on expanding markets, innovative… Read more »
At NorthBridge, we keep up to date on all the most recent government funding updates, intake announcements and upcoming deadlines so you don’t have to. Each month, we will be providing a summary of the most important news in government… Read more »
In early November, the Government of Canada’s Fall Economic Statement was released, which provided updates on Canada’s economic plan following Budget 2022. Included in this were several proposals related to net-zero commitments, such as new investment tax credits, a growth… Read more »
Considering that Canadians represent some of the most engaged digital media users in the world, it’s only natural that Canada has long been credited for innovative development in cross-platform entertainment, game development, virtual and augmented reality, and more interactive digital… Read more »
We would like to congratulate Rehabtronics, one of NorthSpring Capital’s portfolio companies, for their recent achievements. Rehabtronics, an Edmonton-based rehabilitative technology company, is one of three finalists in the iGan Partners’ Pitch to Heal competition. The competition, which received over… Read more »
The first industrial revolution quite literally picked up steam in the mid-18th century, as adoption of the newly invented steam engine in combination with coal power and the mechanization of manufacturing lines fueled massive economy growth. A century later, the… Read more »
Canadian manufacturers have consistently been leaders in research pursuits and discoveries for elevated products and technologies. Manufacturing is an abundantly diverse and innovative sector, relying on information technologies, automation systems, materials science, nanotechnology and biotechnology, and many more technologies. Today’s… Read more »
Today there are various government agencies pertained to providing financial incentives for Canadian films and television productions through tax credits, grants, and loans. At the federal level, there are two tax credit programs known as the Canadian Film or Video… Read more »