Tag : Agricultural Programs

Canadian Agricultural Partnership Ontario: Apply by May 6, 2019

The Canadian Agricultural Partnership (CAP) is a federal-provincial-territorial initiative that provides funding from all levels of government to support a growing, investment-driven agriculture and agri-food sector. The program provides some funding supports on a national level, while other supports are provided on a province-by-province basis. Ontario’s suite of grants and

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Ag Action Manitoba Capital Assets and Equipment Deadline: May 15, 2019

Ag Action Manitoba is a suite of government funding programs designed to support agricultural producers, processors, industry associations, and industry service providers. It offers multiple streams of Manitoba agriculture grants, including one specifically for Capital Assets and Equipment projects. This stream is ideal for agricultural processors and industry service providers

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Top 10 Sources of Ontario Agriculture News

Ontario agricultural producers and processors can benefit greatly by staying up-to-date with industry news. Yet for many agri-businesses, it’s difficult to find resources and publications that help inform growth strategies and improve competitiveness. While there’s no one definitive source of information for Ontario businesses, there are several sites that provide

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What CAP Alberta Funding Programs Can Your Organization Access?

The Canadian Agricultural Partnership is a federal-provincial-territorial initiative that supports businesses and non-profit organizations across the country. It also offers 15 targeted funding programs specifically designed to help grow Alberta agricultural producers, processors, and organizations. These streams of funding, known as CAP Alberta, are an ideal way for the agri-sector

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[WEBINAR] November 29: Agriculture and Agri-Food Government Funding

The Canadian Agricultural Partnership is a five-year, $3 billion investment contributed through the federal, provincial, and territorial governments across Canada. It is the primary mechanism used to disburse government agriculture grants and repayable funding contributions to SMEs, non-profits, and other key industry stakeholders.
Canadian agri-food companies should consider tapping into Canadian

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