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A $3 million support from the TDDC

A $3 million support from the TDDC

The Government of Canada is investing in Canadian companies that support economic development and create good jobs.

On February 17th, the Minister of Innovation, Science, and Industry, the Honorable François-Philippe Champagne, announced investments totaling $68.2 million in 17 Canadian clean technology companies through Sustainable Development Technology Canada (SDTC). ‘enim’ was among these 17 companies and will receive a $3 million support from SDTC.

SDTC’s funding will assist them in developing clean technologies that could have promising environmental and economic benefits for Canadians.

“It is time to implement ambitious measures to combat climate change. Our government proudly supports these pioneering companies that drive innovation and stand out as global leaders in the field of clean technologies. We will continue to help clean technology companies realize their vision to support economic growth and create well-paying jobs in this sector.”
– The Minister of Innovation, Science, and Industry, the Honorable François-Philippe Champagne

“Canada’s entrepreneurs have ideas that can address some of the most pressing environmental challenges on our planet, but they cannot act alone. By supporting and funding them at all stages of development, we help them bring their innovations to market more quickly and take advantage of the strong global demand for sustainable solutions in all sectors of the economy.”
– The President and CEO of Sustainable Development Technology Canada, Leah Lawrence”


To read the full press release, please click on the link below.