The Food Waste Reduction Challenge is now accepting applicants for the Novel Technologies funding streams. These programs aim to reduce food waste and create new projects from them.
The Agricultural Clean Technology (ACT) Program has opened two funding streams, the Adoption Stream and the Research and Innovation Stream.
Through the Early Adopters Stream of the Agri-Tech Innovation Cost-Share Program, Ontario farm and processor businesses can receive up to 35% to a maximum of $100,000 per eligible costs on a relevant COVID-19 safety project with a value of at least $150,000.
With $101.4 billion in total spending, the new Canadian Federal Budget 2021 promises a strong recovery and growth for all Canadians by overcoming COVID-19, creating a million new jobs, and advancing cleantech innovation to combat climate change.
The Ontario provincial government has created its 2021 Budget, with $23.3B in spending towards COVID-19 business support and new grants, wage subsidies, and no-interest loans available.
FedDev Ontario invests $7.2 million into London’s agri-food business sector. Over the next five years, the government funding will help new and existing agri-food businesses located in London, Ontario to reach their full potential.
The government has granted an additional $11.6M for support efforts by Ontario producers to stop the spread of COVID-19.
Canada’s food and beverage industry can benefit from many government funding programs to support strategic growth projects. Discover top grants and incentives.
Canadian Agricultural Partnership Manitoba (CAP Manitoba) provides a max of $25,000 per applicant for up to 50% of eligible PPE, sanitization, and training costs.
The Ontario Ministry of Agriculture, Food and Rural Affairs (OMAFRA) has launched its new initiatives for 2020 which include COVID-19 financial support.