The Canadian governments are investing $40 million in funding for nine community infrastructure projects across the regions of Saskatchewan.
As the tourism industry around the world continues to rebound following the global pandemic, FedNor is investing $9.7 million to benefit 74 tourism projects in Northern Ontario.
Through the Northern Ontario Heritage Fund Corporation (NOHFC), the Ontario government is providing more than $6 million to 17 agri-food projects in Northern Ontario.
The Ontario government will invest $25 million in economic development initiatives for Indigenous communities over the next three years.
FedDev Ontario has announced an investment of over $8.2 million to support 34 projects in the Niagara region to drive community revitalization, tourism, and local growth.
Over $198 million has been invested by the Ontario government via Ontario Research Fund to support Ontario-made innovation.
From Canada and Ontario government investment, Southwestern Integrated Fibre Technology (SWIFT) plans to invest $268 million for broadband expansion to high-speed internet service to more than 63,000 rural buildings in Southwestern Ontario by 2023.
Via the SWODF program, the Ontario government has awarded more than $24 million to four Ontario manufacturing companies to enhance local processes and create 52 jobs.
In 2023, Nokia will commence construction on its new $340 million research and development center in Ottawa that is expected to open in 2026.
Canadian media companies continue to come up against new challenges as the industry faces new technologies that require adoption, while new opportunities have opened through an ever-expanding globalized market. The increased technology and market demands require equivalent growth in supply, a challenge that can be supported by many government funding programs at the federal and…