The two most common Canadian government research funding initiatives are IRAP and SR&ED, but how do they differ, and which can best support your business?
FedDev Ontario is investing $4.4 million to support two technology companies, BluWave-ai and Tehama, in cleantech projects.
The Mitacs Accelerate internship hiring grant program has received a $10 Million top-up to help provide 2,700 new paid internships through local Ontario employers.
The Agtech Growth Fund (AGF) will provide up to $450,000 in government grants to eligible Saskatchewan applicants for agriculture research and development projects.
Many Canadian businesses do not take advantage of the SR&ED tax credit program because they believe their project and/or costs are not eligible, but this belief is often guided by common misconceptions.
Ontario has three Provincial variants of the federal SR&ED tax credit program. Get to learn how your business can stack SR&ED with OITC, OBRITC, and ORDTC.
Find out how your Alberta business can stack tax credits from the federal SR&ED funding program and the Innovation Employment Grant (IEG).
Can your business receive SR&ED tax credits as a non-Canadian business? How about if you’re doing R&D work outside of Canada? The answers to these questions may surprise you.
The Critical Minerals Innovation Fund (CMIF) will provide Ontario businesses with up to $500k per project to support the research and development of critical minerals innovation.
Over $198 million has been invested by the Ontario government via Ontario Research Fund to support Ontario-made innovation.