Tag : Manitoba Funding

Ag Action Manitoba Capital Assets and Equipment Deadline: May 15, 2019

Ag Action Manitoba is a suite of government funding programs designed to support agricultural producers, processors, industry associations, and industry service providers. It offers multiple streams of Manitoba agriculture grants, including one specifically for Capital Assets and Equipment projects. This stream is ideal for agricultural processors and industry service providers

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Manitoba Waste Reduction and Pollution Prevention Fund (WRAPP)

In recent years, the Government of Manitoba has been dedicated to identifying ways to improve the province’s waste disposal practices. According to Statistics Canada’s 2015 report, Manitoba produces an average of 1,026,522 tonnes of waste per year. Although actions have been taken to support waste management solutions, businesses and municipalities

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Manitoba Commercialization Support for Business Program (CSBP) Eligibility

Update: The Commercialization Support for Business Program (CSBP) is closed and no longer accepting applications. Please refer to the Innovation Growth Program for similar support.
The Commercialization Support for Business Program (CSBP) provides Manitoba government grants to support innovative technology development projects. Business can use CSBP funding to offset product/process development

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Manitoba Industrial Opportunities Program: Business Expansion Loans

Manitoba’s diverse economy offers extensive opportunities for business growth. One of the reasons for this is that the Provincial Government of Manitoba encourages new, large-scale business investments with lucrative government grants and loans for businesses. This access to capital provides organizations a unique incentive for expanding their business in Manitoba.

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Manitoba Commercialization Support for Business Program (CSBP)

Update: The Commercialization Support for Business Program (CSBP) is closed and no longer accepting applications. Please refer to the Innovation Growth Program for similar support.
Manitoba small businesses occasionally face difficulties when commercializing innovative products or processes. Companies often lack the capital required develop products; and even once a working prototype

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Western Innovation Initiative (WINN) Canadian Tech Development Funding

Created in 2013, the five-year Western Innovation Initiative (WINN) will invest up to $100 million towards late-stage research and development projects conducted by businesses in western Canada. By commercializing new innovative products and processes, small and mid-sized businesses across western Canada will be able to expand and support employment opportunities.

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