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Alberta Clean Technologies (VCC) Ltd. (“ABCT”)

(ABCT) was founded in June 2018 as a venture capital corporation (VCC) under the Investing in a Diversified Alberta Act. ABCT provides capital to Alberta small businesses doing research, development or commercialization of proprietary clean energy technologies, products or processes. ABCT is not a reporting issuer in any jurisdiction. Investors may not be able to transfer their shares until 4 months after ABCT becomes a reporting issuer, or pursuant to a further exemption under applicable securities laws.

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Sprout Fund

Sprout Fund invests in seed- and early-stage companies with Series-A funding potential. The fund leverages the collective experience of its Managing and Limited Partners to mentor and fund high-potential technology companies.  Investments range from $50,000 to $100,000 per company. 

The fund is managed by serial tech entrepreneurs, angel investors and community builders Kristina Milke, Lindsay Dodd, Mark Benning, and Shaheel Hooda.

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Builders VC

Builders VC is an early-stage venture capital firm focused on investing where technology meets new business models to modernize antiquated industries including healthcare, agriculture, industrials and real-estate. Builders operates offices in San Francisco, Calgary and Chicago where they manage the Builders Studio, which provides functional help to assist portfolio companies.

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Panache Ventures

Panache Ventures is Canada's most active seed stage venture capital fund, and is led by a team of experienced operators, with a strong angel investor track record, years of institutional VC experience and a strong network in Canada, in Silicon Valley and worldwide. The fund has a founders-first philosophy, a commitment to diversity and strategically co-invests with smart angel investors and seed stage funds.

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Mistral Venture Partners

We are a seed stage venture capital firm based in Canada.

We invest in startups that solve critical business problems, regardless of the business model– enterprise software, B2B SaaS, marketplaces, etc. We partner with founders who value experience, commitment and the highest standards of integrity and respect. We look for clear value propositions that drive meaningful utility for end customers.

Our portfolio reflects our belief that the Internet is still fundamentally transforming business across the globe.

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TriWest Capital Partners

TriWest is a leading Western Canadian-based private equity firm with 20 years of experience investing in 40 companies representing a broad cross-section of the economy. TriWest was built on the pillars of operational experience and financial expertise and continues to focus on the principle of partnership on which it was founded.

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District Ventures Capital

District Ventures Capital invests in early-stage Canadian companies that develop, manufacture, market, distribute or sell consumer-packaged goods, with a particular focus on the food, beverage, beauty and health and wellness sectors.

The Fund will seek investments in companies that exhibit strong and unique opportunities for market leadership, growth and economic value creation. Prospective investee companies will have strong revenues, and generally require capital for growth of up to $4 million to commercialize their products; initiate product roll-outs and expand distribution and market presence.

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Canada - Alberta Workforce Development Agreement

The Government of Canada has established new Workforce Development Agreements (WDAs) with provincial and territorial governments. The Agreements: Provide $722 million annually, as well as an additional $900 million over six years from 2017-2018 to 2022-2023, for the development and delivery of programs and services that help Canadians get training, develop their skills and gain work experience…

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Azure Capital Partners

We invest in early stage technology companies that are at the forefront of a transformative opportunity for growth

Founded in 2000, Azure is a San Francisco-based venture capital firm with over $750 million under management. We have served as trusted advisors to some of the most successful and important technology companies created in the last 20 years,

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inovia capital

inovia capital is a venture firm that partners with audacious founders to build enduring global technology companies. We seek to transform venture capital by perfecting the craft of investing in people first. We roll up our sleeves to serve founders with dedicated, long-term mentorship, a global talent network and strategic support for global scale. Together, we rewrite the rules of old industries, push technology frontiers and pursue bold visions of a better future. inovia capital manages over US $1B across early and growth stage funds, and holds offices in Montreal, Toronto, Calgary, San Francisco and London.

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TECTERRA

TECTERRA is a geospatial technology innovation support centre that supports the Canadian development and commercialization of geomatics technologies. The first centre of its kind, TECTERRA works with industry, entrepreneurs, researchers, and government affiliates to enable the use of geospatial technologies in addressing local, national and global challenges.

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MyHEAT

MyHEAT builds tools that engage the human spirit on energy efficiency. Inspiring local change, for a better global future. Through large-scale data processing that establishes where energy is escaping from buildings, the MyHEAT platform provides users with the information they need to understand their energy loss, increase efficiency, reduce consumption and save money. Our mission is to empower a worldwide reduction in urban greenhouse gas emissions, one building at a time. We have a passion for reducing greenhouse gas emissions and a commitment to innovation.

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Yaletown

Yaletown is a leading investor in companies that enable the application of data and technologies to digitally transform traditional industries, create operational efficiency and reduce the impact of climate change. In 2017, Yaletown received the CVCA’s Venture Capital Deal of the Year award for its investment in BitStew, Canada’s largest venture financed exit of 2016. Backed by leading institutional investors, including pension funds, and a network of successful technology entrepreneurs, Yaletown has offices in Vancouver, Calgary, Toronto and Montreal.

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