The search for funding options, free resources, and customized mentorship should be a vital focus for entrepreneurs wishing to break through the glass ceiling that prevents many Canadian startup businesses from reaching great heights.
As social distancing measures are lifted in the months ahead, the ‘next normal’ in the recovery phase means that many Canadian workplaces are now planning for more flexible hybrid work models which blend on-site and remote work.
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 Airports Capital Assistance Program and the Regional Air Transportation Initiative provide funding to Canada’s regional airports for projects that improve safety, protect assets, reduce costs, and support recovery of COVID-19.
The Indigenous Community Business Fund provides grants for First Nation, Inuit, and Métis businesses that have been affected by COVID-19.
Black-led organizations can access up to $3M for regional projects, or up to $5M for national projects to help Black Canadian entrepreneurs.
Read about the top five misconceptions related to Canadian business funding and what businesses should consider instead.
Discover the top small business grants currently available through the Government of Canada. Including wage subsidies, exporting grants, and expediting research.