D-Wave Systems Inc., a Vancouver, Canada-based developer of quantum computing systems and software, raised $20m in funding.
Wealthsimple, a Toronto, Canada-based fintech company that provides a millennial-friendly digital investing service, raised a $51m ($65MCAD) in funding.
Dojo Technology Corp., a Vancouver, British Columbia, Canada-based financial software company, secured an undisclosed amount of seed funding.
Hack Capital, a Vancouver, Canada-based provider of an ops platform built for startup founders, raised a $750k in seed funding.
GoFetch, a Vancouver, Canada-based provider of a mobile app to find and book dog sitters and walkers, raised $3.4m in funding.
Phoenix Labs, a Vancouver, BC, Canada- and San Mateo, California-based independent game studio committed to building shared gaming experiences, raised a Series B financing round of undisclosed amount.
inBay Technologies, an Ottawa, Canada-based developer of ‘passwordless’ authentication solutions, secured additional $1m in the second tranche of its pre-series A raise.
Loopio, a Toronto, Canada-based RFP response solution, raised $9m in Series A financing.
Frank and Oak, a Montréal, QC, Canada-based clothing and accessories retailer, raised $16m in funding.
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7D Surgical, a Toronto, Canada-based company that develops advanced optical technologies and machine vision-based registration algorithms to improve surgical workflow and patient care, completed a significant financing round.
Flying Colours Corp., a Peterborough, Ontario, Canada-based refurbishment, completion and MRO business, received a minority investment from New Heritage Capital.
Curve Dental, an Orem, Utah and Calgary, Alberta-based provider of dental practice management software, received a significant investment from Battery Ventures.
Tilray, a Toronto, Canada-based medical cannabis research, cultivation, processing and distribution company, raised C$60m in Series A funding.
TribalScale, a Toronto, Canada-based innovation firm that delivers product strategy, design, and development for mobile, web, and emerging technologies, has launched a $100m, 5-year program that partners with entrepreneurs to create startups.