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Glenn D. Godfrey & Co. LLP Law Firm
3rd Floor, 35 Barrack Road, Belize City, Belize
+501 223-3530

Dufferin Rogers Dental Clinic Family Dentist
2032 Dufferin St, York, ON M6E 3R5
(416) 658-3384

Cannect Home Equity Loans
1006 King St W, Toronto, ON M6K 3N2
(416) 214-9000

Cannect Home Financing Mortgage Broker
81 Navy Wharf Ct, Toronto, ON M5V 3S3
(416) 766-2666

Cannect Private Mortgages & Small Business Loans
33 Gladstone Ave, Toronto, ON M6J 3K7
(416) 766-2666

Trinity Family Dental Clinic Whitby
185 Thickson Rd, Whitby, ON L1N 6T9
(905) 579-5551

TPI Personal Injury Lawyers
2800 Skymark Ave #503, Mississauga, ON L4W 5A6
(905) 361-1500

Uptown Yonge Dental
2717 Yonge St, Toronto, ON M4N 2H8
(416) 487-3333

Adelaide Barks Dog Daycare and Boarding
23550 Highbury Ave N, London, ON N0M 1P0
(519) 854-1214

Atlantis Pools & Spas
23550 Highbury Ave N, London, ON N0M 1P0
(519) 471-2058

Rotondi Mold Assessors
6 Richard Ave, Saratoga Springs, NY 12866, United States
(518) 852-9090

Knot Springs
33 NE 3rd Ave Suite 365, Portland, OR 97232

Genome Prairie
Genome Prairie develops and manages large-scale genomics-based research projects by bringing together industry, government, and academia to promote biological innovations for matters that are significant in Saskatchewan and Manitoba. There is also close cooperation with Ag-West Bio to facilitate commercialization of these scientific innovations.
Ag-West Bio is a leader in the Saskatoon Biotechnology Cluster, and facilitates the development of biotech enterprises. Ag-West Bio is managing a carinata- and Camelina-based drop-in biojet fuel feasibility project which is funded by the AAFC CAAP (Canadian Agricultural Adaptation Program) through the Agriculture Council of Saskatchewan.
Linnaeus Plant Sciences is developing Camelina as an industrial oilseed crop for the generation of value-added bioproducts to replace non-fuel petroleum products such as motor oils, lubricants, and hydraulic fluids. They are also creating the path to regulatory approval for growing Camelina as an industrial crop.
National Research Council – Aquatic and Crop Resource Development. (NRC-ACRD) is involved with the biology of oil profile modification, genome sequencing (in collaboration with AAFC), and doubled-haploid development for an efficient breeding program.
Agriculture and Agri-Food Canada (AAFC) is involved with the breeding of elite agronomic traits in Camelina, and are collaborating with NRC-ACRD for the sequencing and annotating of the genome.
Saskatchewan Ministry of Agriculture is heavily involved with Camelina and carinata and has provided ADF grants for research and crop development. Camelina Day 2009
Metabolix Oilseeds is developing Camelina as a source of feedstocks for bio-plastics and bio-energy.
Genome Atlantic develops and fosters large scale genomics-based research projects to promote biological discoveries and innovations for Atlantic Canada. The “Camelina: Developing Canada’s Next Oilseed” project is using both Camelina and fin-fish genomics to develop Camelina both agronomically and for use as a fish-meal replacement as a means for sustainable fish farming. This project will have genomic and breeding synergies with Genome Prairie’s “Prairie Gold” project.