The Skills Development Fund offers funding support for building employee skills and creating more Ontario apprenticeships. Second round of funding is open until March 31, 2022.
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 Group Sponsorship Grant (GSG) provides up to $3,000,000 in non-repayable government funding towards onboarding skilled trades apprenticeships.
The Rural Economic Development Fund (RED) has announced October 1, 2021 deadlines for two new funding streams.
We look at the possible outcomes of the 2021 snap election to see what could happen to government funding programs for Canadian businesses.
Employee training and development is one of the most critical factors in building engaged, high-performing teams. While many businesses conduct ongoing product and process training between managers and employees, there are significant opportunities to develop new skillsets by hiring outside training providers. Training providers (also referred to as training vendors) can help your team overcome…
The Canada Emergency Wage Subsidy (CEWS) has been extended to October 2021. This program covers up to 75% of employee wages for eligible businesses impacted by COVID-19.
Looking for affordable, skilled talent? Mentor Works will is teaching the best practices for securing funding for hiring & training talent with your company through government funding.
The Healthy Hire Manitoba Program is a hiring grant that offers up to $50,000 per employer to help offset wages of rehired or new employees who have received, or will be receiving, their COVID-19 vaccines.
The Agricultural Clean Technology (ACT) Program has opened two funding streams, the Adoption Stream and the Research and Innovation Stream.