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Discover funding programs available for your business' upcoming initiatives and new hires.
Provincial and federal governments understand the economic value of supporting business innovation. In 2012, Statistics Canada recorded that businesses spent over $14.8 billion on research and development activities, most of which are eligible for Canadian government grants. In fact, the federal and provincial governments provided $5.98 billion and $2.03 billion respectively in research and development funding for that time period. Although R&D programs are not highly visible, assistance is available for those who know where to find it.
Research grants, loans, and other incentives support innovative businesses across the country. Use the following categories to reveal funding for your upcoming project.
Canadian business funding for research and development projects may be accessed through:
Ontario business funding for research and development projects may be accessed through:
Alberta business funding for research and development projects may be accessed through:
Manitoba business funding for research and development activities may be accessed through:
Canadian government funding programs often pass through cycles where funding is released, then becomes depleted over time. The following programs are well-oriented for research projects, but at this time, are not open for application submission: