Who's Here

The following companies and organizations are tenants and-or occupants at 945 Princess Street.

Several companies are incubating inside the university’s current Innovation Park footprint that is within this facility. For information on startup incubation and acceleration space and resources, please click here.

The remaining companies and organizations are tenants and-or occupants at 945 Princess Street. Many participate in and contribute to the innovation ecosystem. For general leasing enquiries please contact GGTC, the owner of the facility.

ListNet is an online property marketplace.

ListNet consolidates all property types (Residential, Commercial, and industrial, for sale, rent, lease) all on one easy to use website.

Tom Marlay, member of the bars of Ontario and New York, is a graduate of Queen’s U., Ottawa U., Carleton U. and Osgoode Hall Law School. He has years of experience in technology law, licensing, private equity, purchase and sale of businesses, franchising, and commercial leases.

Start-ups welcome.


Tom is also counsel to Andrews Robichaud, an intellectual property law firm in Ottawa specializing in patents, industrial design, trademarks and copyright.


Medizone International, Inc., is a research and development company engaged in developing its AsepticSure™ technology to decontaminate and sterilize hospital surgical suites, emergency rooms, intensive care units, schools and other critical infrastructure. If current trials continue to proceed successfully they will be followed by a hospital mock-up and then hospital beta testing of the production prototype. Initial sales are targeted to commence in the 4 quarter of this year.

NanoFabrication Kingston is a collaboration between Queen’s University and CMC Microsystems, providing researchers with access to leading-edge equipment, methods, and expertise for designing and prototyping microsystems and nanotechnologies.


T: 613. 530. 4786

E: gibson@cmc.ca



The NRC Industrial Research Assistance Program (NRC-IRAP) is the Government of Canada's best tool for helping small and medium-sized firms develop new technologies that result in the commercialization of new products, processes or markets.

NRC-IRAP's technology and business advisory network, coupled with the shared financial support it offers to innovative companies and organizations, strengthens Canada's innovation system and ignites the growth of NRC's technology cluster initiatives in Canada.

Okwaho International Inc. is fast becoming one of the most influential advocates of Indigenous business in Canada. We represent and promote business relationships that deliver progressive outcomes that improve the competitive edge, profitability and growth of Canada's emerging Indigenous business sector.
What makes us unique is that we are a 100% First Nations-owned and operated business that is dedicated to creating business solutions that contribute to the economic sustainability and self-sufficiency of Indigenous communities in Canada.

One Market Inc is a new E-Commerce Platform launching in April 2017.

Subscribe to the One Market mailing list at http://www.OneMRKT.com to receive up to date development information or contact Shawn Gauvin at shawn@OneMRKT.com

Ontario Centres of Excellence (OCE) drives the development of Ontario’s economy by helping create new jobs, products, services, technologies and businesses. In partnership with industry and academia, OCE co-invests to commercialize innovation originating in the province’s colleges, universities and research hospitals.

Ontario East Economic Development Commission promotes Eastern Ontario as a centre for investment. Through shared resources and working collaboratively, we market the region – developing strategic marketing and communications plans to attract industry with business attraction and retention activities.  We represent over 200 communities, with more than two million residents.  Ask today about the Ontario East advantage!  

QSBRI Inc. specializes in commercializing patented technology in the renewable energy sector with a strong focus on solar thermal and heating applications.  Working with Dr. Stephen Harrison, director of the Solar Calorimetric Laboratory at Queen’s University, QSBRI works to develop new Intellectual Property and seek licensing partners worldwide.  


Professor Steve Harrison, stephenharrison@qsbri.com

Robert Stinson, robertstinson@qsbri.com