Black-led organizations can access up to $3M for regional projects, or up to $5M for national projects to help Black Canadian entrepreneurs.
Your charity or not-for-profit can receive up to $75K and 100% of costs for community-based projects and $200K for National/Provincial projects.
The Tourism Development Fund offers up to 50% for Ontario not-for-profit organizations and municipalities to invest in innovative tourism projects.
FedDev Ontario Community Economic Development & Diversification Program: Up to $5M to create economic growth in small communities in southern Ontario.
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
Palette Skills Inc. is a not-for-profit based out of Toronto, Ontario that helps workers adapt to the rapid changes and new demands in the Canadian job market. Palette Skills Inc. works with companies in growing industries that are having difficulty with filling high-demand jobs, then designs programs that aim to
The IESO Conservation Fund is an Ontario government funding program that helps businesses better manage and reduce electricity consumption through innovative projects. This includes, but is not limited to, the development and piloting of energy conservation programs, tools, training, and technologies. Interested parties can apply for funding during one of
Habitat for Humanity Windsor-Essex is a non-profit, faith-based organization working towards universal access to safe, decent, affordable housing, as well as breaking the cycle of poverty. The organization has recently received Ontario government grants to reinstate a furniture bank which helps those in need furnish their homes.
The Ontario Trillium Foundation
Eight Alberta-based non-profits and industry associations have recently been awarded government grants to enhance the clean technology sector. Government funding will enable the organizations to develop new technologies, establish startup working space, and better market technology-based solutions to potential purchasers.
Through the Western Diversification Program, a total of $3,485,406 will be
Celebrate Ontario government grants provide funding to festivals and events across the province. Since 2006, the event funding program has helped organizers enhance their product and attract larger audiences, which in turn boosts tourism in Ontario. Some well-known events that have received grants through Celebrate Ontario include the Shaw Festival,