The Ontario government is providing one-time payments of $10,000 to $20,000 to support eligible small tourism and travel businesses.
Through the Early Adopters Stream of the Agri-Tech Innovation Cost-Share Program, Ontario farm and processor businesses can receive up to 35% to a maximum of $100,000 per eligible costs on a relevant COVID-19 safety project with a value of at least $150,000.
Paris Kitchens has won Canadian government grants and loans. See how Mentor Works helped them identify and apply for funding.
The Reconnect Festival and Event Program has announced 27 successful recipients that received a combined $3.5M in funding for their safe and local events in Ontario.
The Canada-Ontario Job Grant offers employers training grants worth up to $15,000/trainee to support skills development. Explore answers to this program’s FAQs.
Ontario is awarding a total $3 million to Techo-Bloc to establish its first manufacturing facility in Ontario which is expected to create 50 new jobs in the Waterloo Region as the province prepares for recovery following COVID-19.
The Ontario 2021 Budget allocated $400M towards the creation of a new funding agency called Invest Ontario which will provide business grant, loans, and funds.
To help restart safe and social events in Ontario, the Government of Ontario is investing $105M through the OTF Community Building Fund to provide grants for eligible organizations that are focused on arts, culture, tourism, heritage, sport, and recreation.
The Ontario provincial government has created its 2021 Budget, with $23.3B in spending towards COVID-19 business support and new grants, wage subsidies, and no-interest loans available.
To help Canadians in rural communities access high-speed internet, the federal government launched the $1.75B Universal Broadband Fund (UBF). Recently, $2.2M was awarded to bring connectivity to 310 households in the Niagara region.