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.
One of the largest allocations of NOHFC funding in 2022 has been the investment of more than $11.8 million to 46 tourism-sector business projects.
FedDev Ontario recently announced a combined $3.6 million in grant funding for the revitalization and restoration of six local community projects for Hamilton, Ontario.
The SWODF program is opening another intake for businesses and municipalities within Southwestern Ontario with a November deadline.
The Ontario Save on Energy incentive program provides businesses with grants towards projects that help to reduce your electricity costs.
The OBIO’s WiHI helps women enter and progress in business-oriented roles within the health sciences industry.
The Ontario government has re-tabled their 2022 Ontario Budget document. Learn what this means for your Ontario businesses today.
Ontario businesses hiring workers with disabilities can access grants to reduce on-boarding costs, lower unemployment rates, and access untapped talent.
Canada’s food and beverage industry can benefit from many government funding programs to support strategic growth projects. Discover top grants and incentives.
The thriveFORWARD program is a tech adoption grant program for southern Ontario manufacturers. This program provides up to $100K in government funding to a maximum of 50% of project costs.