Security Compass, a Toronto, Canada-based provider of enterprise DevSecOps software solutions, secured growth equity funding from FTV Capital.
eSSENTIAL Accessibility, a Toronto, Canada-based provider of web accessibility-as-a-service, closed a $16m funding round.
Nicoya, a Kitchener, ON – based provider of advanced analytical instruments for the biotechnology and pharmaceutical industries, raised $10m in Series A financing.
ToursByLocals, a Vancouver, British Columbia-based online marketplace for private tours, secured $33m in funding.
AbSci, a Vancouver, Wash.-based protein printing company, closed a $10.4M Series D financing.
e-Zn, a Toronto, Canada-based energy storage company, raised $3.4m in seed funding.
Aspect Biosystems, a Vancouver, British Columbia-based biotechnology company advancing microfluidic 3D bioprinting of human tissues, raised US $20m in Series A financing round.
Greenway Greenhouse Cannabis Corporation, a Canadian producer of highest quality cannabis, received final credit approval for a $6m term loan with Bank of Montreal.
Rein, a Chapel Hill, NC, Maynard, MA and Halifax, NS-based insurtech startup, received an investment from Volvo Financial Services.
Absorb Software, a Calgary, Alberta Canada-based learning company, acquired ePath Learning, a cloud-based learning technology company in Connecticut.
Global Daily Fantasy Sports Inc., (TSXV: DFS) (FSE: 7CR), bought Playgon Interactive Inc., a B.C., Canada-based live dealer casino gaming company.
Second Closet, a Toronto, Canada-based self-storage company, raised $13.2m in Series A financing.
The Stars Group Inc. (Nasdaq: TSG) (TSX: TSGI), a global provider of technology-based product offerings in the global gaming and interactive entertainment industries, is to acquire the remaining 20% interest in BetEasy, its Australian-based sports betting business, for AUD$151m.
Riipen, a Toronto, Canada-based developer of a platform that enables students at postsecondary institutions to connect with real-world projects from companies, raised $3.75m in funding.
FlexPay, a Montreal, Canada-based company which uses AI and machine-learning to allow merchants to recover lost revenues from declined transactions, raised $6m in funding.