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Accelerating
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Innovation
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Randall Howard wins NACO’s Canadian Angel of the Year Award

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Manitoba's Permission Click Named NACO's Most Promising Start-Up
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Supporting Angel Investors as They Foster the Growth of the Next Generation of Innovative Canadian Companies


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iStock_000024806082XXLarge Top Five Trends for Angel Investing in 2015 by NACO Staff - Canada is proud to have a diverse and dynamic technology landscape, with exciting new startups emerging from top-notch accelerator programs from Halifax to Vancouver. Under the strategic leadership of Executive Director, Read More
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Angel Investment News

Women Angels Wanted

Financial Post

Angel investor Michelle Scarborough isn’t phased by being the only woman in the board room, but she’d like to see more women taking a seat at the table. More News

Maple Leaf Angels Announce MLA48, Canada’s First Angel Investment Fund

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Maple Leaf Angels Corporation announce the launch of MLA48; Canada’s first Angel investment fund that commits to make investment decisions within 48 hours More News

Investors Back ‘Startup’ Immigration Visa

CBC – The Exchange with Amanda Lang

Yuri Navarro discusses pilot program for a new visa to lure entrepreneurs to Canada. More News

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First Angel Network

Halifax, Nova Scotia

In 2004, Ross Finlay and Brian Lowe met and worked to successfully raise over  $1M for a vaccine company. They recognized the lack of a formal Angel network in Atlantic Canada and set about creating the first one in the region (hence the name “First Angel Network). First Angel Network officially formed in 2005 and held their inaugural investment meeting in September of that year. Read more

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