Eligible businesses located in Atlantic Canada can access government grants and loans to support a wide range of strategic growth projects, including business expansion, capital investment, hiring and training, and research and development.
Atlantic Canada businesses can access up to 50-75% of eligible expansion project expenses to a maximum $20 million in funding.
This article covers how businesses in Atlantic Canada can use government funding to protect their Intellectual Property (IP).
With a variety of project purposes and funding amounts, SCAP Nova Scotia programs aim to stimulate growth, innovation, and sustainability within the agricultural community.
With $431M in new spending and a total expenditure of just over $3B, the Prince Edward Island (PEI) Budget 2023 serves as a critical financial roadmap outlining the government’s plans and priorities for the upcoming fiscal year.
The Newfoundland and Labrador (NL) provincial budget 2023 has released, and with it comes more announcements about business grant, loan, and tax credit programs.
The Prince Edward Island (P.E.I.) provincial government has introduced the Tourism Seasonal Extension Program as a cost-sharing program to help with the sectors recovery.
The Small Business Development Program provides up to 75% of costs in government grants to help businesses in Nova Scotia explore new growth opportunities.
New Brunswick Budget 2022 is available below, including agriculture, fisheries, health care, and economic development
Kinduct Technologies shifts from the sports medicine and training market to the Nova Scotia healthcare market with $2M in government funding grants.