Bionik Laboratories Presents for His Royal Highness Prince Edward, Earl of Wessex, at the DMZ at Ryerson University

- Bionik co-founders included in group of innovative entrepreneurs that presented during Royal visit to the DMZ at Ryerson University and roundtable discussion -

TORONTO, Oct. 28, 2015 /PRNewswire/ -- Bionik Laboratories Corp. (OTCQX: BNKL), a pioneering medical device and robotics company with a focus in developing technologies and solutions for individuals with neurological disorders ("Bionik" or the "Company"), today announced the Company met with His Royal Highness Prince Edward, Earl of Wessex during his visit to the DMZ at Ryerson University on Tuesday, October 27, 2015.

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Bionik Laboratories management was one of three innovative tech companies to meet with His Royal Highness Prince Edward, Earl of Wessex on Tuesday, October 27 at 11 a.m. at the DMZ at Ryerson University. The Honourable Elizabeth Dowdeswell, Lieutenant Governor of Ontario, accompanied the Earl to hear from the young entrepreneurs. Included in the meeting was a demonstration of Bionik's proprietary lead program, ARKE™, the Company's lower-body exoskeleton robotic device which could allow paraplegics as well as other wheelchair users the ability to rehabilitate through walking and other motion.

"We were honored to have met with Prince Edward, Earl of Wessex and to take part in building into the legacy of innovative tech founders at the DMZ at Ryerson University," stated Mr. Prywata, the Company's Chief Operating Officer. "We believe our patented ARKE exoskeleton has the potential to transform the future for mobility impaired patients. We continue to work in earnest to develop the technology, manageability and structural strength to create a more effective rehabilitation product."

Following the presentation, a roundtable discussion with the focus of fostering a culture of innovation took place with the Bionik management team and other young entrepreneurs attending the meeting.

About The DMZ at Ryerson University

Founded in 2010, the DMZ (formerly the Digital Media Zone) at Ryerson University is one of Canada's largest business incubators for emerging tech startups. The DMZ is the top-ranked university incubator in Canada and fifth in the world, offering space and community that supports and fosters new technologies that transform lives and businesses. Five years after launching, more than 180 startups have incubated at the DMZ. They've raised over $70 million in seed funding and have fostered the creation of more than 1,500 jobs. They've acquired customers, won awards, grown their teams, and developed products and solutions that are positively changing lives and businesses in Canada and abroad.

About Bionik Laboratories

Bionik Laboratories (OTCQX: BNKL) is a pioneering medical device and robotics company with a focus in developing technologies and solutions for individuals with neurological disorders. The Bionik team has researched, developed and tested its primary product, The ARKE, a robotic lower-body exoskeleton device that allows paraplegics as well as other wheelchair users the ability to rehabilitate through walking and other motion. Bionik recently successfully raised approximately US$13.1 million which enables the company to rapidly advance its development and growth strategy. For more information, please visit and connect with the Company on Twitter, LinkedIn, Facebook, and Google+.

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