TELUS Business is a world-leading technology company of 16 million customer connections spanning from wireless and entertainment to data and security. We leverage our leading LPWA, 4G and 5G networks and solutions to empower remarkable human outcomes within our IoT, Smart City, Big Data, Health and Agriculture solutions–while protecting data with our industry-leading privacy safeguards. We give where we live as community investment is a top priority, especially as we work with health authorities and governing bodies to help remedy pandemic challenges with our award-winning Data for Good programs.
At BDC, we know business owners. We’ve been working with them for more than 75 years. We know their challenges and we understand their needs. And we want them to grow and succeed.
We support small and medium-sized businesses in all industries and at every stage of growth with money and advice. We are the Business Development Bank of Canada. We are BDC.
In 1916, our doors opened in Calgary, Alberta, Canada with 11 students and a mandate to train veterans returning from the First World War. Over the years, we’ve matched community needs — as a hospital during the Spanish Flu pandemic and as a Royal Canadian Air Force Wireless Training School during the Second World War.
Fast forward to today and SAIT’s action-based learning, solution-focused research and industry partnerships are helping to shape the next generation of inventors, entrepreneurs and pioneers.
Health Cities is a Canadian, not-for-profit corporation that works with clinicians, innovators, philanthropic organizations, and companies to develop new models of care to increase accessibility, drive better health outcomes and economic growth in the health sector. Our focus is on transforming innovations from multiple sectors, using technology platforms like IoT, into solutions that have both commercial application and global relevance, adopting them for local impact and scaling them for export to global markets. By leveraging our region’s strengths, we can enhance the user experience (patients) and increase their ability to manage their own wellness.
RINSA operates with a client service model focused on the client, outcomes and collaboration. The main clients of RINSA are entrepreneurs with start-ups/small businesses with a focus on technology and innovation. RINSA collectively assists start-ups and small businesses to successfully navigate the commercialization system through programs, services, and resources. As a part of the Alberta Innovation Network, RINSA can leverage opportunities to collaborate with other regional innovation networks throughout the province as well.
The Foundation facilitates collaborative philanthropy by making powerful connections between donors and community organizations for the long-term benefit of Calgary and area. In 2020-21, Calgary Foundation saw $88.7 million in new contributions, 64 new funds established, had an asset base of $1.2 billion and granted $66.9 million to 1,105 charitable organizations.
It is the strategic partnerships with our generous fundholders and effective nonprofits that enable us to do great work and build a vibrant community. The strength and value of a community foundation is reflected in a strong and sustainable charitable sector.
Canadian Association of Petroleum Producers
The Canadian Association of Petroleum Producers (CAPP) is the voice of Canada’s upstream oil and natural gas industry. CAPP enables the responsible growth of the industry and advocates for economic competitiveness and safe, environmentally, and socially responsible performance.