Beekeeper’s Naturals, a Canadian natural superfood maker, raised $3.5 m in Series A funding.
Chalmers Group of Companies, a Canadian corporation that manufactures and supplies niche quality equipment to the medical and transportation industries, has acquired LYNX Product Group, which designs, develops, and manufactures both standard and custom animal care washing, disinfection, filling, and conveying systems.
Pela, a Kelowna, BC-based maker of a compostable phone case, closed a $5M round of funding.
Voyager Capital, a Seattle, WA-based venture capital firm focused on first-round venture technology investments, raised $100m to accelerate innovation in the Cascadia market, which includes Washington, Oregon, and Western Canada.
Hub International Limited, a Chicago, IL-based global insurance brokerage, acquired ProCorp Financial Inc., a boutique benefits and retirement consulting firm.
Thomson Reuters (TSX/NYSE: TRI) acquired FC Business Intelligence (FCBI), a London, UK-based global business-to-business events specialist.
Netrush, a Vancouver, Canada-based Amazon retailer with a diverse set of digital retail and supply chain capabilities, received an investment from Insignia Capital Group.
Joriki Inc., a Canadian contract manufacturer of beverages and select food products, received an investment from TorQuest Partners.
Tiny, a Victoria, British Columbia, Canada-based technology holding company, acquired Meteor, an open source app and development platform overseen by San Francisco-based Apollo.
AmacaThera Inc., a Toronto, Canada-based focused on the commercialization of a hydrogel platform for sustained drug release, closed US$3.6M seed financing round.
Panache Ventures, a Canadian venture capital firm, closed its inaugural fund, at $58m.
Naborly, a San Francisco, CA-based credit bureau for the rental industry, closed its $7.5m seed funding round.
Chronometriq, a Montreal, Canada-based provider of access-to-care and patient engagement tools, raised more than $20m CAD in Series B funding.
7shifts, a Saskatoon and Toronto, Canada-based labor management platform for restaurants, raised an additional $6m in growth equity funding.
Eavor, a Canadian cleantech startup, raised CAD$15m in Series A funding.