Industrial Technologies Office
Possible Canada Post Service Disruption: Important Notice
In the event of a Canada Post service disruption, mail service to the Industrial Technologies Office (ITO) will be affected.
For general enquiries, we recommend that you consider the following alternative delivery methods: Online, courier or fax.
Correspondence may be sent:
CourierIndustrial Technologies Office
Innovation, Science and Economic Development Canada
C.D. Howe Building
235 Queen Street, 8th Floor
Ottawa Ontario K1A 0H5
For existing clientele, the ITO will generally conduct business via electronic documents during the period of any service disruption, and defer receipt of any required original documents until regular Canada Post service is restored. Should you need clarification, you are encouraged to contact your ITO advisor.
We are pleased to announce that MDA Systems Ltd. is the first recipient under the TDP. A contribution of up to $54 million will support MDA Systems Ltd. and its collaborators to develop next generation radar, communication and optical missions. (MDA Announcement)
ITO is accepting Statements of Interest for the next round of TDP from July 11, 2016 to October 11, 2016 at midnight (PST). Please note that all of the TDP guides have been revised to reflect the program's updated Terms and Conditions.
The Technology Demonstration Program (TDP) was launched in 2013. It provides non-repayable contributions to support one or more large scale projects per year. Projects supported by the program are expected to ensure a concentration of technology development in priority areas with significant potential for broad-based and long-term economic benefits. As well, projects funded through this program are expected to be the basis for the next generation of manufacturing, technical capabilities and services in Canada, and to generate material economic benefits for Canada in the longer term.
Strategic Aerospace and
Defence Initiative (SADI)
The Strategic Aerospace and Defence Initiative (SADI) program was launched in 2007. It provides repayable contributions to support innovative projects by aerospace, space, defence and security companies. The SADI program encourages research and development leading to new or improved products, services and processes, contributes to enhancing the competitiveness of Canadian companies in the aerospace and defence sector, and fosters collaboration between research institutes and the private sector.
Technology Partnerships Canada (TPC) was a special operating agency of Industry Canada with a mandate to provide funding for strategic research and development (R&D) projects that produced economic, social and environmental benefits to Canadians.
The TPC program was geared to pre-competitive projects across a wide spectrum of technological development, including environmental technologies, life sciences, information and communications technologies and advanced manufacturing.
- May 30, 2016
New federal support for innovative software to modernize aircraft
- May 26, 2016
Government supports advanced geomatics research
- May 5, 2016
Government announces $54 million to help bridge the gap between research and development for aerospace companies
- March 23, 2015
Investing in New Technology to Keep Canadians Safe
SADI Program Highlights 2013–2014
- December 8, 2014
Creating Jobs for Canadian Families
- July 3, 2014
Government of Canada Invests in Advanced Manufacturing for Marine Technology
- April 23, 2014
Government Invests in Aerospace Research and Development
- February 27, 2014
Harper Government Invests in Aircraft Flight Simulation Technology
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