The 30 per cent credit applies to investments in small businesses researching, developing or commercializing new technology, as well as firms in the software, cleantech, healthtech, interactive digital media and animation sectors. The program still has a remaining budget of $6.12 million for the fiscal year ended March 31. The provincial government said it is reviewing the investor credit, along with those for digital media and capital investment, all of which were launched by the previous NDP government. (Edmonton Journal)
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