We look at the possible outcomes of the 2021 snap election to see what could happen to government funding programs for Canadian businesses.
The Green Heat Challenge provides $5M in funding towards the low-cost, low-carbon heating of 10,000+ government buildings. This program is now open.
Quebec is implementing a new program called SME in Action which covers up to 40% of expenses on projects from $50,000 – $250,000.
Mitacs expanding support for SMEs through their Mitacs Accelerate program by covering up to 75% of costs for up to $15K for a limited time.
The Poultry and Egg On-Farm Investment Program (PEFIP) can cover up to 70% of eligible project costs to increase productivity, food safety, and more.
NGen’s Additive Manufacturing Demonstration Program helps SMEs trial 3D technology to give additive manufacturing a head start in Canada.
The federal Aerospace Regional Recovery Initiative funding program will provide $250 million over the next three years to support recovery from COVID-19 for small and medium-sized aerospace sector businesses across Canada.
The Canadian federal government is providing up to $500K in funding through the Tourism Relief Fund (TRF) to help businesses adapt to COVID-19.
The Jobs and Growth Fund (JGF) is a $700 million federal government funding program that aims to strengthen Canadian economies and create jobs for long-term growth following the global COVID-19 pandemic.
Access the CME TAP program to cover 100% of the cost to bring in a third-party technology assessment vendor to identify bottlenecks within your manufacturing plant.