Ontario recently published its economic statement with a few takeaways related to Canadian government funding programs.
The Canada and Ontario Auto Pact represents a commitment from the Canadian and Ontario governments to solidify the fast-evolving EV automotive landscape and aim to foster economic growth through sustainable initiatives.
The Experience Ontario 2023 Program is supporting festivals and events in Ontario with grants up to 50% to a maximum of $125,000.
The Ontario government is investing $9.8 million via the Supply Chain Stability and Adaptability Program with up to $150,000 per project for eligible applicants.
The EnAbling Change Program provides eligible organizations with grants for projects that bring more accessibility to Ontario.
Ontario is leading more and more initiatives to spread the awareness that a job in a skilled trade is an admirable path. That including government grants and loans to support skilled trades industry promotion.
Via the SWODF program, the Ontario government has awarded more than $24 million to four Ontario manufacturing companies to enhance local processes and create 52 jobs.
Find the top business events and webinars this March from various Canadian business leaders relating to grants, tax credits, improving leadership, and increasing productivity.
FedNor, is officially a standalone agency as of August 10, 2021. Northern Ontario reveres this transition as a win for local businesses.
The Reconnect Festival and Event Program has announced 27 successful recipients that received a combined $3.5M in funding for their safe and local events in Ontario.