SCAP Newfoundland and Labrador funding programs aim to support farmers and producers in adopting sustainable practices to boost the growth and resilience of the agricultural sector.
The SCAP Saskatchewan Product Development Program (PDP) can provide agri-businesses with up to $50,000 in government grants towards the development of new agri-business products or services.
British Columbia has announced its SCAP funding under the Food Processing Growth Fund (FPG) with a total $20 million over three years to provide eligible businesses with $50,000 to $1 million in funding for infrastructure, equipment, and/or training projects.
The Agtech Growth Fund (AGF) will provide up to $450,000 in government grants to eligible Saskatchewan applicants for agriculture research and development projects.
The Ontario government is investing $9.8 million via the Supply Chain Stability and Adaptability Program with up to $150,000 per project for eligible applicants.
The Supply Management Processing Investment Fund (SMPIF) helps agri-processors invest in new automation and technology for efficiencies.
With recent concerns over the Omicron variant in the agri-food sector, the government has introduced the Enhanced Agri-Food Workplace Protection Program – Outbreak Management stream.
The Canadian governments are stimulating agriculture innovation with $150,000 in funding through the Canadian Agricultural Partnership (CAP) program.
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.