It is anticipated that the Ontario Municipal Partnership Fund (OMPF) will receive $500 million in 2023 to support municipalities.
Canadian Heritage is offering up to $200K to support Canadian local festivals that feature local artists and performers.
The Anti-Racism Anti-Hate program was designed to fund initiatives that spread awareness and initiate dialogues between cultural groups.
The Resilient Communities Fund is designed to support not-for-profit organizations recovering from the COVID-19 pandemic.
The GMF’s new program, the Community Buildings Retrofit (CBR), is designed to improve public building sustainability.
The Liberal Party was re-elected in the snap 2021 election with many changes coming to the future of federal grant, loan, and wage subsidy programs for Canadian businesses.
The Zero-Emission Vehicle Awareness Initiative (ZEVAI) program has announced its latest intake period, closing on August 16, 2021. Up to $300K in grant funding.
145 households in the Biigtigong Nishnaabeg community have received high-speed internet through the Universal Broadband Fund.
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.