Find the top Alberta grant and loan programs from the Canadian federal and provincial governments towards hiring & training, business expansion, and more.
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.
Both established and new craft breweries have access to Canadian government funding opportunities to help expand their business beyond local markets.
Explore CAP Alberta’s government funding streams to identify your eligibility and funding potential. Is your project well-suited for Alberta agriculture grants?
The Canadian Agricultural Partnership’s Agri-Food Open for E-Business initiative provides Ontario’s agri-food sector the opportunity to expand online. Apply today.
The AgriRisk Initiative is investing $482K in the Manitoba Pork Council to develop a risk management strategy in the event of a disease outbreak.
The federal government is providing up to $7M to subsidize research into biomasses—plant or animal material used for energy production. The funding will support BioMass Canada (BMC), a research cluster focused on improving technologies for processing agricultural biomass, including waste materials, as a basis for renewable energy. Funding will come from the federal government’s AgriScience…
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. It 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 incentives, CAP Ontario, is specifically designed…
The Canadian Federal Government recently announced support for the agri-food industry in Nova Scotia that will allow Ocean Crisp Apple Company to invest $2.5M to advance apple processing techniques. The investment will increase facility capacity, improve processing efficiencies, and contribute overall to the apple industry in Nova Scotia – which produces approximately three million bushels…