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 EDI Fund aims to liaison more young Canadians into the automotive sector by providing up to 800 young, diverse, participants the opportunity to gain skills training and knowledge through a placement or employment.
Employee training and development is one of the most critical factors in building engaged, high-performing teams. While many businesses conduct ongoing product and process training between managers and employees, there are significant opportunities to develop new skillsets by hiring outside training providers. Training providers (also referred to as training vendors) can help your team overcome…
The Canada Emergency Wage Subsidy (CEWS) has been extended to October 2021. This program covers up to 75% of employee wages for eligible businesses impacted by COVID-19.
Ontario has announced an investment of $690,000 to provide a new, free training program to 260 manufacturing employees around the province to upgrade productivity, health and safety in the workplace, and supply chain strength.
The Canada Recovery Hiring Program is a federal wage subsidy program that will support businesses hit hardest by the pandemic.
The University of Waterloo takes a look at how young talent is helping small businesses adapt to the challenges of COVID-19 and why your business should consider hiring a co-op student or recent grad.
The Ontario Skills Development Fund is upskilling 150 new construction jobs in Hamilton to help overcome the challenges of COVID-19.
Paris Kitchens has won Canadian government grants and loans. See how Mentor Works helped them identify and apply for funding.
The Canada-Ontario Job Grant offers employers training grants worth up to $15,000/trainee to support skills development. Explore answers to this program’s FAQs.