A research study from the Cardiac Arrythmia Network of Canada (CANet) and Lawson Health Research Institute is testing the use of a new online patient care platform designed to help track symptoms for COVID-19 positive patients.
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Dynacare validates saliva collection method to detect infection with COVID-19
Largest Number of Female Deputy Ministers in Manitoba History: Pallister
Winnipeg will be home to Western Canada's first testing facility for personal protective equipment, the federal government announced in a news release
The Deputy Prime Minister and Minister of Finance, the Honourable Chrystia Freeland, announces that the application deadline for the Canada Emergency Business Account (CEBA) has been extended from August 31 to October 31, 2020
The project will receive a total of $3.5 million in investments: $1.75 million from the group of companies and $1.75 million from Protein Industries Canada. This is the 10th project announced by the Supercluster.
$100,000 in Financial Support Available for Businesses to Get More Manitobans Back to Work: Pallister
“Equipping Manitobans with the information they need to stay safe while restarting our economy will help ensure we are better prepared to navigate through the COVID challenges ahead, said Premier Pallister.
Governments of Canada and Manitoba will invest up to $2.5 million cost-shared funding under the Canadian Agricultural Partnership program to support new technologies in Merit Functional Foods’ new state-of-the-art, plant protein production facility.
Research Manitoba is pleased to announce a $250,000 investment to support two COVID-19 Innovation Proof-of-Concept (IPoC) Grants to local companies
Pfizer Canada and BioNTech SE announced an agreement with the Government of Canada to supply their BNT162 mRNA-based vaccine candidate against SARS-CoV2, subject to clinical success and Health Canada approval.
Ag Action Manitoba Program: New Canadian Agricultural Partnership COVID-19 Pandemic Response Initiative
The $3 million Special COVID-19 Response Initiative assists Agri-Processors, Industry Organizations and Industry Service Providers to adapt production processes and implement new strategies and technologies to mitigate the impact of COVID-19.
Classroom learning will resume on Sept. 8 for all students in kindergarten through Grade 12 at schools across Manitoba following last spring’s suspension caused by the COVID-19 pandemic, Education Minister Kelvin Goertzen announced today.
Government of Canada and Manitoba announce new program to help agri-processors mitigate the spread of COVID-19
The governments of Canada and Manitoba announced a new $3-million cost-shared Canadian Agricultural Partnership program to support projects that will help agricultural processors mitigate the spread of COVID-19
As part of #RestartMB, Manitoba’s roadmap to recovery, the Manitoba government is expanding its ‘Back to Work’ wage subsidy program and providing additional financial support for businesses to bring more Manitobans back, Premier Brian Pallister announced.
Following public health advice and feedback from Manitobans, the province has adjusted plans for the fourth phase of the Restoring Safe Services roadmap as part of the #RestartMB program, Health, Seniors and Active Living Minister Friesen announced
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
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.