The Canada Summer Jobs program has a new intake until January 12, 2023. This wage subsidy provides 50–100% of minimum wage for youth hires during the summer months.
The OVIN Regional Future Workforce Program aims to encourage students in Ontario to pursue careers in the automotive sector by providing eligible applicants with up to $500k per project that educates youth about career opportunities.
Eligible businesses can now apply to receive funding for workforce development projects from the Skills Development Fund which has an open intake until January 31, 2023.
The Manitoba Innovation Growth Program (IGP) 2022 intake period is currently open and accepting applications. Find out how your business can receive up to $100,000 in funding for eligible projects.
Canadian businesses can reduce the costs of hiring interns and recent post-secondary graduates by 50% or more. Discover how hiring grants can support recruitment.
Ontario businesses hiring workers with disabilities can access grants to reduce on-boarding costs, lower unemployment rates, and access untapped talent.
The Alberta government has opened a new intake for a hiring and training program called Workforce Strategies.
Businesses who struggle to find skilled workers often turn to hiring foreign candidates. Learn the programs available today.
Canadian government funding programs are used strategically to fund business activities via government grants, loans, tax incentives, and more
Find the top business events and webinars this March from various Canadian business leaders relating to grants, tax credits, improving leadership, and increasing productivity.