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Webinar: SR&ED Tax Incentives for Healthcare and Cannabis Companies


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In this webinar, Catherine will inform healthcare and cannabis companies about how to access Scientific Research and Experimental Development  Canadian Revenue Agency tax incentives, known as the SR&ED program.

The Scientific Research and Experimental Development (SR&ED) tax incentive program is offered by Canada Revenue Agency (CRA) to encourage Canadian businesses to develop or improve new products and processes in the field of science or technology. 

Business owners and entrepreneurs of the cannabis and healthcare industries are often unaware they can receive SR&ED tax credits. However, companies that develop new cannabis products, manage clinical trials, develop diagnostic tools or medical devices may be eligible for the program. In this webinar we will address the following topics:

  • What type of research qualifies for the SR&ED program?
  • What kind of projects are eligible?
  • What kind of expenditures qualify?
  • How much money can your business obtain?
  • How to prepare the claim

This free webinar will be done over Zoom. To allow for meaningful Q&A, space is limited, register for your tickets now!

About Catherine

Catherine Frelin completed her PhD in molecular biology in France before coming to Toronto where she worked as a stem cell scientist at Princess Margaret Cancer Center for almost 10 years. During her academic career she also worked as a freelancer consultant, providing scientific expertise and advising many clients from the healthcare and biotech industries on how to finance research and innovation projects. 

Catherine co-founded FelixSRED in 2015, a consulting firm specialized in helping small to medium size businesses finance their R&D projects. FelixSRED helps businesses in many fields including companies from the biotech and cannabis industries.

Don’t worry if you can’t get a virtual seat in this session, we’ll put you on the waiting list for future sessions with Catherine.


Watch the webinar on YouTube here


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