The Manitoba government has selected nine businesses to receive more than $750,000 through the Innovation Growth Program (IGP), an investment designed to help them develop and commercialize new, innovative products and services, Minister Eichler announced
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Precision ADM, Inc., a global medical device company and advanced manufacturing solutions provider announced that their CANSWAB™ nasopharyngeal swabs are the first Canadian-made COVID-19 testing product to receive Health Canada approval
Through the Manitoba Works Capital Incentive, the Manitoba government will provide a rebate of up to $4.2 million over a maximum of 20 years to a commercial greenhouse development in the Parkland region, Minister Eichler announced
CHRIM Investigators Awarded Prestigious CIHR Funding to understand impact of COVID-19
The Manitoba government is introducing the Manitoba Job Restart program, which will provide direct payments to a maximum of $2,000 to help qualified Manitobans return to work, Premier Brian Pallister announced today.
Cerebra Health, 1 amongst 50 companies to be selected to participate in the 2020 MedTech Innovator Accelerator program, featuring the most promising medical technologies from around the globe.
Protein Supercluster investment to help find solutions to processing in cold climates and new pea and fava bean products.
“We are thrilled to receive this MTEC Award, which we believe is a testament and preliminary validation to both the DispersinB® technology as well as the dire need for a non-healing chronic wound treatment,” said Marc Edwards, President and CEO
Red River College's Prairie Research Kitchen won the Canadian Association of Research Administrators’ (CARA) Research Partnership Award, for its ongoing work with Manitoba food start-up Prairie Fava.
Province Seeks Input From Manitobans on Plans For Phase Three of Restoring Safe Services: Manitoba's Pandemic Economic Recovery Roadmap
The Manitoba government is seeking feedback from the public on its proposed plan to ease public health restrictions and continue safely restoring services, while ensuring physical distancing, Premier Brian Pallister announced today.
"Health Canada reached out to us a couple of months ago to make hand sanitizer," says Friesen, "so in response we began making a really value-added premium hand sanitizer that has been very well received."
The malaria drug hydroxychloroquine did not help prevent people who had been exposed to others with COVID-19 from developing the disease, according to the results of an eagerly awaited study published in the New England Journal of Medicine.
The Manitoba government has launched Student Jobs MB, a new and exciting online tool dedicated to matching students looking for job opportunities to employers with workforce needs throughout the province, Premier Brian Pallister announced today.
Manitoba government has finalized the draft Phase Two plan and will implement measures effective June 1 to continue safely restoring services and opening additional businesses while ensuring physical distancing, Premier Brian Pallister announced today.
No Mercy for the Coronas is a fun, creative tool to help kids and their families understand the scientific realities of the COVID-19 virus and the pandemic.
BAM along with member companies and friends donate Manitoba made “Wellness Packages” supporting frontline essential workers.
"B2B Manitoba Will Assist Businesses with Reopening and Economic Recovery" says Premier Brian Pallister.
The Manitoba government is planning to purchase up to one million made-in-Manitoba N95 reusable silicone masks.
Prime Minister Announces Important Measures within Agriculture Programs to Support Canadian Farmers and Food Supply
Prime Minister announced an investment of more than $252 million to support farmers, food businesses and food processors ensuring a safe and reliable food supply.
Mondetta Clothing outsources production of PPE to manufacturers in China, Vietnam
The province is expanding COVID-19 testing criteria while also ramping up its testing capacity, a crucial step before beginning to loosen public health measures and safely restarting Manitoba’s economy, Premier Brian Pallister announced today.