An NRC IRAP investment will help four Canadian businesses to produce safe and effective treatments for those fighting the COVID-19 virus, while also building strong domestic plans to fight future pandemics.
The Government of Canada has extended the Innovation Assistance Program (IAP) by $155 million to continue supporting Canadian businesses through the adverse economic impacts caused by COVID-19.
St. John’s, Newfoundland-based company Kraken Robotics is set to receive $2.9 Million towards their deep-sea autonomous vehicle project.
A business is only as strong as its team. Learn about Canadian government grants for hiring and training that are available to offset the costs of new employees.
Develop software with help from government funding programs. Find small business grants for software development in Ontario and Canada.
CEWS’ strict eligibility criteria leaves many businesses ineligible to receive funding. These alternative wage subsidies can help your business through COVID-19.
Finding government funding for video game development is not as tough as you may think. Canada is home to successful game studios thanks to grants and loans.
The Government of Canada’s NRC-IRAP program has granted $300K to Toronto company CleanSlate UV to test and produce mobile device disinfection machines.
With help from NRC-IRAP COVID-19 funding of $299,190, portable coronavirus tests are currently being developed by Canadian biotechnology company Nicoya.
NRC-IRAP funding is helping businesses research and develop alternative methods for COVID-19 prevention. Learn how you can help and what others are doing to fight COVID-19.