The Ontario government is looking to expand broadband and cellular infrastructure by granting up to 25% of eligible project costs.
Ontario businesses hiring workers with disabilities can access grants to reduce on-boarding costs, lower unemployment rates, and access untapped talent.
Read about the top five misconceptions related to Canadian business funding and what businesses should consider instead.
Find out how the Ontario provincial government has allocated its 2020 budget and what grant or loan programs your business may be eligible for.
The Regional Relief & Recovery Fund (RRRF) provides interest-free loans to support Ontario SMEs ineligible for other COVID-19 funding programs.
Attend a Mentor Works webinar in November 2020 to learn about how government funding programs can help your business succeed.
Eligible Canadian small businesses can qualify for government grants through the Canada United Small Business Relief Fund in support of pandemic recovery.
Canadian innovators can access grants and procurement contracts to research and develop solutions for government COVID-19 challenges. Browse ISC’s current challenges.
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.
Organizations in Canada’s creative industries can receive up to $2.5M in funding via the Creative Export Canada program. Deadline is November 25, 2020.