Explore the impacts of BC’s 2022 Budget on the Canadian BC business grants landscape.
The Fall 2021 Ontario Economic Outlook & Fiscal Review provides an overview of where the provincial government plans to spend their investment money to grow its workforce and economy.
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 Pacific Economic Development Canada (PacifiCan) is a new funding agency for B.C. that will award $553.1 million over five years (2021 – 2026).
FedNor, is officially a standalone agency as of August 10, 2021. Northern Ontario reveres this transition as a win for local businesses.
The Emissions Reduction Fund – Onshore Program provides up to $50M in funding towards projects that reduce or eliminate greenhouse gas emissions in the oil and gas industry.
We look at the possible outcomes of the 2021 snap election to see what could happen to government funding programs for Canadian businesses.
Canada’s Alps Welding Ltd. has worked with Mentor Works since 2012 to receive multiple funding wins totalling close to $2M.
The Ontario 2021 Budget allocated $400M towards the creation of a new funding agency called Invest Ontario which will provide business grant, loans, and funds.
The Ontario provincial government has created its 2021 Budget, with $23.3B in spending towards COVID-19 business support and new grants, wage subsidies, and no-interest loans available.