Government Funding

The Southern Ontario Network for Advanced Manufacturing Innovation

Manufacturers can now access to the Southern Ontario Network for Advanced Manufacturing Innovation (SONAMI), a research and development network aimed at accelerating the adoption of advanced manufacturing technologies.

SONAMI is a partnership between Niagara College, Mohawk College, Sheridan College and McMaster University. The network of research institutions, each with areas of manufacturing specialization, can

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Is Your CleanTech Project Eligible for the TargetGHG Collaborative Technology Development Program

The TargetGHG Collaborative Technology Development Program is a $45 million research and development fund aimed at supporting clean technology (cleantech) commercialization partnerships. Innovations created through the collaboration should specifically seek to reduce the greenhouse gasses released by Canada’s heaviest emitters.

Ontario technology developers who enter a partnership with at least one

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Changes to Alberta Innovates: Research and Development Funding

Alberta Innovates is a provincially-funded catalyst for innovative research and development. The corporation administers Alberta government funding programs to small and mid-sized enterprises (SMEs) and operates two applied research subsidiaries to help businesses execute their innovative projects.

On November 1, 2016, Alberta Innovates consolidated its four previous corporations – Bio Solutions,

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Growing Forward 2 Ontario Organizations & Collaborations Final Deadline is Feb. 16, 2017

The Growing Forward 2 Ontario: Organizations and Collaborations stream provides government grants to support the partnership of non-profit organizations, small businesses, and research/academic institutions who are enhancing the abilities, yields, and productivity of Ontario’s agriculture industry.

Eligible applicants may receive up to 50-75% of expenses to a maximum $500,000 in Ontario

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Apply for the CDMN Soft Landing Program in Spring 2017

The Canadian Digital Media Network’s CDMN Soft Landing program allows startups and small and mid-sized businesses to access new markets, collaborate with international partners, and improve global sales at reduced cost.

Eligible export expansion initiatives may receive up to $4,000 in reimbursable expenses for projects lasting up to three months. CDMN

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