LightIntegra Technology, a Vancouver, BC-based developer of a 5-minute test for platelet activation status, received $5.3m in Series A funding.
Ontario Teachers’ Pension Plan, Canada’s largest single-profession pension plan, is launching a new department called Teachers’ Innovation Platform.
Coconut Software, a Saskatoon, Saskatchewan, Canada-based cloud SaaS appointment scheduling and lobby management solution provider, raised $1.75m in debt financing.
Voiceflow, a Toronto, Canada-based design and development platform for voice apps, raised $3m in seed funding.
Broadsign International Inc., a provider of an out-of-home marketing platform, is to acquire Ayuda Media Systems, a provider of an out-of-home enterprise business solution.
Sofinnova Investments, a Menlo Park, Calif.-based clinical stage biopharmaceutical investment firm, added Maha Katabi, PhD. to the investment team as a Partner.
Lendified Holdings, Inc., a Toronto, Canada-based financial technology company, closed a $15m funding round.
OnCall Health, a Toronto, Canada-based platform that provides secure virtual care technology and services for healthcare providers, raised $2 million CAD ($1.5M USD) in seed funding.
Pixel Union, a Victoria, British Columbia, Canada-based top partner in the Shopify ecosystem, received a majority investment of undisclosed amount.
HiMama, a Toronto, CA-based childcare tech startup, raised CAD $7.25M in Series A funding.
Fincad, a Vancouver, BC, Canada-based provider of enterprise solutions for derivative and fixed income portfolios, secured US$12m in growth financing.
Synapse, a Toronto, Canada-based provider of technology for the Learning and Development market, closed a US$2.5m seed financing.
Buckzy Payments Inc., a Toronto, CA-based fintech company, closed a $1.75m seed funding round.
Geotab, an Oakville, ON, Canada-based global leader in IoT and connected transportation, is to acquire BSM Technologies, a Toronto, Canada-based provider of telematics and asset management solutions to more than 165,000 vehicles across government and private fleets in Canada and the United States.
ABK Biomedical, Inc., a Halifax, Nova Scotia, Canada-based medical device company dedicated to the research, development and commercialization of innovative embolic therapies, raised $30m in Series B funding.