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CanExport Associations provides export grants to Canadian industry and trade organizations looking to conduct international global expansion projects.
The NRC has awarded government funding towards Canadian projects that will research and develop solutions to help prevent and fight the COVID-19 pandemic.
The government has granted an additional $11.6M for support efforts by Ontario producers to stop the spread of COVID-19.
Through NORP, eligible businesses can receive up to 100% of eligible project costs to a maximum of $25,000 for projects relating to impacts of COVID-19.
Eligible Canadian small businesses can qualify for government grants through the Canada United Small Business Relief Fund in support of pandemic recovery.
Ontario’s Reconnect Festival and Event Program is investing $9M to support event organizers in creating safe community events for Ontarians.
The NGen Supercluster recently distributed $28.8M towards nine advanced manufacturing projects that will increase economic growth and innovation.
The RRRF has been crucial in stabilizing businesses following impacts of COVID-19. An additional $600 million will continue to offer federal relief solutions to address urgent needs.
The Southwestern and Eastern Ontario Development Funds offer up to $5M to support businesses undertaking economic development initiatives.