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Canadian Startup Lands in Y Combinator Winter 2013 Cohort

At least one Canadian company has made the grade [for Y Combinator].

Waterloo’s Thalmic Labs was founded 8 months ago by three uWaterloo mechatronics grads (Aaron Grant, Matthew Bailey, and Stephen Lake) and is now 9 employees strong. Including this new Y Combinator investment they have raised a seed round totalling $1.1 million which includes angel investments from ATI Technologies co-founder Lee Lau, Dayforce co-founder David Ossip, and Rypple co-founder Dan Debow.

via Canadian Startup Lands in Y Combinator Winter 2013 Cohort – Techvibes.com.

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