The Green Municipal Fund provides funding for municipalities planning and leading projects related to environmental sustainability.
UPDATE: The RED Program is currently accepting applications until February 1, 2021.
The Rural Economic Development (RED) program has announced the re-opening of an application intake period for Economic Diversification and Competitiveness projects and Strategic Economic Infrastructure projects.
The next intake deadline for Ontario’s Rural Economic Development funding program is February
The Green Municipal Fund (GMF) is a Canadian government funding program that provides financial support to municipalities demonstrating an innovative solution or approach to environmental issues involving air, water, and soil quality, and reducing greenhouse gas emissions. Administered by the Federation of Canadian Municipalities, the program offers four streams of
The City of Quinte West, Ontario will receive a substantial grant from the federal government under the Canadian Experiences Fund (CEF) to support a local tourism initiative. The city will use the funds to complete much-needed improvements to the Ontario Street boat launch in the town of Trenton, in order
To expand the implementation of environmentally friendly solutions involving water, soil quality, and air while reducing greenhouse gas emissions, municipal governments across the country have recently received Canadian government funding. Fifteen innovative green projects have been awarded and will help bring long-term sustainability to communities from coast to coast.
Climate change is a serious issue that all levels of government in Canada must work to solve. Federal, provincial, and even municipal governments all have a significant role to play in reducing greenhouse gas emissions (GHGs) so that Canadians retain a high quality of life – now and into the
To expand the implementation of environmentally friendly solutions, communities across Canada have recently received government support for green innovation, climate change resiliency, and infrastructure planning initiatives. These cleantech solutions are ensuring healthy and safe communities, creating jobs, and helping Canada meet its climate change goals.
109 community projects across Canada have
The Northern Ontario Heritage Fund Corporation (NOHFC) is a federal government organization that administers funding programs for growing businesses. As one of Canada’s six regional development agencies (RDAs), NOHFC has the mandate of developing incentives that help businesses and municipalities alike. Its programs help attract wealth to Northern Ontario while
Alberta’s municipalities and non-profit organizations have significant potential to expand tourism within the province. But despite Alberta’s strong reputation and ability to cater to tourists, each year there are many missed opportunities to draw Albertans, Canadians, and international tourists. Groups that organize tourism events should consider ways to expand and
As climate changes are continuing to occur throughout many regions of Canada, municipalities are developing and implementing innovative green solutions. This is to ensure communities are safe, healthy, and sustainable places for residents to live. To expand these efforts for environmentally friendly solutions, communities across Canada have recently received government