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Audits, uncertainty, and paperwork: The bureaucratic burden of SR&ED

When Stephen Hayward, the co-founder and president of Toronto-based data and analytics solution provider Project X Ltd., applied to the Scientific Research and Experimental...

Federal budget 2019: Tech community welcomes Global Talent Stream commitment, SR&ED expansion

By Brian Jackson and Buckley Smith  Insiders of Canada's technology community reviewed the budget as taking steps in the right direction to help firms scale...

SMBs can rely on IRAP funding, contrary to Brian Cookson’s recent blog, NRC exec says

By Andrew McNaughton The following was sent to IT World Canada editorial director Brian Jackson as a letter to the editor. I would like to clarify...

A Look at SR&ED in 2018 and beyond

By Brian Cookson Some background and context The SR&ED tax credit program has been in existence since 1985. The Budget Papers published in 1985 stated that...

Are SR&ED tax changes another punch in the teeth for Canada’s tech sector?

While announcing new money for innovation funding, governments are also making moves that will make it difficult for smaller ICT firms to compete in the market.

Government essentially cutting billions from innovation funding, CATA says

CATA is making the case that newly announced funding pales in comparison to years of SR&ED tax credit cut backs.

Is Canadian innovation in ICT an oxymoron?

The Canadian Federal government is emphasizing support for innovation as a big theme in its second federal budget that is likely to be tabled...

CIOs in Canada may be overlooking a way to finance innovation

The CIO Association of Canada brings Canada Revenue Agency together with IT decision-makers to improve access to an R&D funding program

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