The Ottawa Sports and Entertainment Group, Kinemedics, LeoNovus Inc. and Atomic Energy of Canada Ltd. are among the local companies announcing new agreements.
The Ottawa Sports and Entertainment Group has signed a multi-year sponsorship deal with Labatt Breweries of Canada. The deal will see Labatt products sold at TD Place, the new stadium and arena at Lansdowne Park. As part of the deal, Labatt will be named the title sponsor of several events and sections at the new facilities. As well, Budweiser will be named the “official beer” of the Ottawa 67’s, the RedBlacks and Ottawa Fury FC.
Ottawa-based sports medicine equipment retailer KineMedics has signed a deal to become the exclusive Canadian distributor of the AlterG Anti-Gravity Treadmill. Developed by California-based AlterG, the device uses air pressure to reduce the impact of running. KineMedics plans to offer the device at “training centres” where users will be charged by the half-hour.
LeoNovus Inc. (TSXV: LTV), a software company with offices in Ottawa and California, has added Philadelphia-based AgileSwitch to its customer list. AgileSwitch, which develops and sells power semiconductor devices, plans to store data using LeoNovus’ cloud-based solution.
Atomic Energy of Canada Ltd. has signed a deal with Collingwood-based Isowater Corp. that will see Isowater market and sell heavy water, also known as deuterium oxide, in “certain non-nuclear markets.” The deal will also see the two companies work together to refine heavy water. The agreement also calls for Isowater to eventually develop its own heavy water production systems.