Rebelstork, a Toronto, Canada-based marketplace that allows the buying and selling of expert-curated quality baby gear, closed a $2M seed funding round.
ApplyBoard, a Kitchener, Ontario-based online platform that empowers students around the world to access the best education, raised C$70M (US$55M) in Series C extension funding.
Kivuto, an Ottowa, Ontario, Canada-based provider of academic digital resources, raised $7.6m in funding.
GHGSat, a Montreal, Canada-based global leader in high-resolution greenhouse gas monitoring from space, completed the first tranche of Series B funding, raising US$30m and more than doubling the total amount raised since GHGSat was founded to over US$55m.
SpotHero, a Chicago, IL-based digital parking leader in North America, is to acquire Rover Parking, a consumer parking app in Canada.
Replica Analytics, an Ottawa, ON, Canada-based provider of privacy protective synthetic data, raised over $1m in new pre-seed funding.
Bruush Oral Care Inc., a Vancouver, BC-.based e-commerce business focused on the oral care industry, closed a $6.5m Series A financing.
Klue, a Vancouver, BC, Canada-based AI-powered competitive enablement platform, raised $15m in Series A funding.
Inversago Pharma Inc., a Montreal, Canada-based peripheral CB1 blockade company, secured a US$35m (€32m) Series B financing.
Brightspark Capital, a Montreal and Toronto, Canada-based venture capital firm, held the third close of its new Brightspark Canadian Opportunities Fund (BCOF) with commitments of $60m towards an ultimate fund size of $75m.
Athennian, a Calgary, Canada-based developer of a cloud-based legal entity management software platform, raised $8m in Series A funding.
Vena Solutions Inc., a Toronto, Canada-based provider of cloud-based financial planning and analysis software, received $25m in growth capital financing.
Acerta Analytics, a Kitchener, Ontario-based Automotive Intelligence company, raised USD $7m (CAD $9m) in Series A funding.
AlayaCare, a Montreal, Canada-based home care software company, received a $15m growth capital financing.
Acto, a Toronto, Canada-based education and engagement platform for life sciences companies, raised $11.5m in Series A funding.