Rebellion Media tops IRAP Q2 contributions in SWOntario

Waterloo's Rebellion Media was awarded the largest IRAP contribution in the country—$500,000 —in the quarter ended September 30 (Q2 1014), according to NRC's disclosures. Other companies in Southwestern Ontario that received IRAP funding included London's Big Blue Bubble and Kitchener's Miovision. Contributions were awarded to organizations in Waterloo Region, London, Middlesex, Windsor, Essex, Guelph, Chatham-Kent, Grey, Bruce, Norfolk, and Brant.

Among organizations in Ontario supporting innovation, MaRS, Invest Ottawa, VentureLab, Communitech and OCE all were awarded contributions of $250,000 or more.

Q2 IRAP contributions to Southwestern Ontario-based organizations:

Rebellion MediaWaterloo$500,000
Whitfield WeldingOldcastle$312,000
Concours MoldLakeshore$150,000
Eclipse AutomationCambridge$99,999
Sport Systems UnlimitedWaterloo$99,000
HNH MachineLondon$98,393
Pavaco PlasticsGuelph$80,857
WEtech AllianceWindsor$70,000
Big Blue BubbleLondon$54,620
Miovision TechnologiesKitchener$50,000
Ontario Aerospace Council (OAC)Kitchener$50,000
Excellence In Manufacturing Consortium  Owen Sound  $50,000
Bluewater Wood AllianceWalkerton$50,000
Southern Ontario Water ConsortiumWaterloo$50,000
Advanced Machining ServicesWindsor$49,000
Great Lakes GreenhousesLeamington$48,990
Bluewater Wood AllianceWalkerton$47,927
Canadian Tooling And Machining AssocCambridge$44,000
The Sanderson Harold CompanyParis$34,200
Bluestreak EquipmentDelhi$30,000
21310439 Ontario Leamington$29,232

Some notable contributions to organizations across the province supporting innovation:

MaRS Discovery DistrictToronto$400,000
Invest OttawaOttawa$350,000
Ontario Centres Of ExcellenceToronto$250,000
Canadian Youth Business FoundationToronto$248,000
Northwestern Ontario Innovation CentreThunder Bay$150,000
Niagara CollegeNiagara-OTL$100,000
Sault Ste. Marie Innovation CentreSault Ste. Marie  $100,000
George Brown CollegeToronto$100,000
Mohawk College InstituteHamilton$85,000
RIC CentreMississauga$80,000
Innovation FactoryHamilton$75,000
University Of Toronto - RotmanToronto$75,000
Spark CentreWhitby$75,000
WEtech AllianceWindsor$70,000
Angel One NetworkOakville$60,000
Southern Ontario Water ConsortiumWaterloo$50,000
Innovation Initiatives Ontario NorthNorth Bay$49,048
Launch LabKingston$40,000
Maple Leaf AngelsToronto$35,000
Biomass Innovation Centre (NipissingU)  North Bay$30,000


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