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il y a 22 minutes, mark_ac a dit :

http://www.lesaffaires.com/strategie-d-entreprise/pme/financement-des-start-ups-montreal-au-deuxieme-rang/596139

 

2016 - Montreal $334M de financement

Toronto $578M + Waterloo at $253M.

Donc Toronto+Waterloo 148% over Montreal. Encore le declin relatif...

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http://montrealgazette.com/business/local-business/for-montreal-firms-2015-was-a-banner-year-for-securing-investments

According to these numbers Montréal had $600M+ in 2015, but only $295M in 2014. It's far from being a linear progression. But of course, you jump to the conclusions that suit your narrative the best. ;) 

 

http://martinprosperity.org/content/startup-city-canada-the-geography-of-venture-capital-and-startup-activity-in-canada/

I've found the Toronto VC numbers for 2015 when Montréal apparently racked up $600M+ in investements : $358M. 

Youre level of bad faith is shocking... for people that arent members of this forum that is. :P

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LOL - I have bad faith by quoting facts from an article from les affaires a reputable Quebec publication... now that's some funny logic.

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By not using your god given capacity to contextualize information before making assumptions. I guess we're truly in the information age:  Critical thinking is more and more of a lost art. ;)

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il y a une heure, mark_ac a dit :

2016 - Montreal $334M de financement

Toronto $578M + Waterloo at $253M.

Donc Toronto+Waterloo 148% over Montreal. Encore le declin relatif...

Aaaaaaaaaah...... mark_ac,  you're the best !

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Thomson Reuters donne une toute autre image du capital de risque au Canada. Pour une raison que j'ignore PWC n'inclu pas le capital de risque du fonds FTQ (le plus gros au Canada) ainsi que Desjardins, Investiisement Québec, le Fonds dAction,la CDP.Ça semble être une question de définition du VC Capital qui défavorise le Québec avec les données de PWC.

https://www.pehub.com/wp-content/uploads/2017/02/Canadian-Venture-Capital-Review-2016-2.pdf

A noter que les données fluctuent beaucoup d'un trimestre à l'autre. Selon Thomson, le Québec et Montréal étaient au premier rang après 9 mois en 2016. L'Ontario a rattrapé le Québec dans le dernier trimestre.

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Il y a 9 heures, fmfranck a dit :

 

Youre level of bad faith is shocking... for people that arent members of this forum that is. :P

Oh, even to us members, I can tell you! Un tel degré de malhonnêteté et de superficialité frôle le délire profond. Il doit bien y avoir des spécialistes capables de traiter ça....O.o

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Just now, MtlMan said:

Oh, even to us members, I can tell you! Un tel degré de malhonnêteté et de superficialité frôle le délire profond. Il doit bien y avoir des spécialistes capables de traiter ça....O.o

Mtlman you keep ignoring me. Countless times I've proposed a get together to exchange our love for eachother. Please respond to me. It's only then I can express my true "dishonesty" :D

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No doubt Toronto is over Montreal for Venture Capital but Toronto is in the mud compared to San Fransisco , Boston , New York.... By a wide margin. 

I would be depressed if i were them. Always thinking they are a Global City and bla bla bla....... 

 

 

 

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