The Group Sponsorship Grant (GSG) provides up to $3,000,000 in non-repayable government funding towards onboarding skilled trades apprenticeships.
The Zero Emission Transit Fund offers up to $350M in funding towards purchasing zero emission busses, infrastructure changes, and planning these changes.
D-Wave Systems Inc. has received $40 million in funding from the Government of Canada through the Strategic Innovation Fund (SIF). Funding will strengthen Canada’s reputation as a leader in quantum computing through research and development and jobs creation.
NGen’s Additive Manufacturing Demonstration Program helps SMEs trial 3D technology to give additive manufacturing a head start in Canada.
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.
The Government of Canada has invested $80 million over four years through the Cyber Security Innovation Network Program to support cyber security projects focusing on research, development, commercialization, and skills development for stronger systems that will protect Canadians online.
Accelerated by COVID-19, businesses are rapidly shifting to create e-commerce solutions for customers. Yet in doing so, a lack of strong cyber security has become a large concern for Canadians as cyber-attacks, often in the form of ransomware demands or phishing emails, continue to strike across the country.
The Mitacs Accelerate program provides businesses $7,500 in grants to offer 4-month (or longer) internships to Master’s and PhD students.
To help Canadians in rural communities access high-speed internet, the federal government launched the $1.75B Universal Broadband Fund (UBF). Recently, $2.2M was awarded to bring connectivity to 310 households in the Niagara region.
The Southern Ontario Network for Advanced Manufacturing Innovation enables manufacturers to develop and commercialize new products or processes with funding and support from post-secondary institutions.