Federal and provincial governments provide loans and grants for small business units to help them invest in capital equipment, enterprise software, and advanced technologies to expand and improve their operations. Financial programs can assist organizations in areas such as building design and construction, technology investments and commercialization strategies. Programs exist on both the federal and provincial level, including Ontario grants for small business in this particular region and Western Canadian government grants.
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Capital investment grants, loans, and other incentives may support businesses across the country. Use the following categories to reveal funding for your upcoming project.
Canadian Government Funding for Capital Investment
Canadian business funding for capital investments may be accessed through:
Ontario Government Funding for Capital Investment
Ontario business funding for capital investments may be accessed through:
Manitoba Government Funding for Capital Investment
Manitoba business funding for capital investments may be accessed through:
Currently Unavailable Business and Export Expansion Programs
Canadian government funding programs often pass through cycles where funding is released, then becomes depleted over time. The following programs are well-oriented for large-scale technology adoption projects, but at this time, are not open for application submission:
Canadian Government Grants and Loans for Capital Investment
Globalization has created a shift in how businesses operate and plan their growth. The need for automated and advanced technologies is greater than ever, and businesses need to constantly invest in new equipment to keep up with technological improvements. Without investment in new equipment, businesses limit their production capabilities and may risk losing a competitive advantage. To learn more about any of the loans and grants for small business below, please click on the program name to view more detailed information. If you are still evaluating your funding options, our helpful guide on Comparing Funding Types might be useful.