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Women Entrepreneurship Strategy
$7 billion in FUNDING TO SUPPORT Canadian women entrepreneurs!
The full and equal participation of women in the economy is not just the right thing to do; it's the smart thing to do.
Studies show that by advancing gender equality and women's participation in the economy, Canada could add up to $150 billion in GDP. Only 17% of Canadian small and medium-sized businesses are owned by women, and the Government of Canada is working to change that.
The government is advancing women's economic empowerment with the first-ever Women Entrepreneurship Strategy (WES), representing nearly $7 billion in investments and commitments. WES aims to increase women-owned businesses' access to the financing, talent, networks and expertise they need to start up, scale up and access new markets.
In Canada SME's Job Creation Economic Development Canada Funding for Women
Clean Tech Fund
FUNDING OF UP TO $10,000,000 TO SUPPORT GHG reduction in Canada!
The Clean Tech Fund (CTF) aims to support high-potential clean technology companies by providing funding for development and demonstration projects to achieve market readiness or growth as well as expansion in the global market.
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Aboriginal Entrepreneurship Program
FUNDING OF UP TO $500,000 TO SUPPORT Indigenous entrepreneurs!
The Aboriginal Entrepreneurship Program (AEP) seeks to increase the number of viable businesses in Canada owned and controlled by Indigenous people. The AEP funds a broad range of entrepreneurial pursuits and aims to build capacity, reduce barriers and increase access to capital, by forging partnerships that will increase economic opportunities for First Nations, Inuit and Métis people.
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Fast-Track to Financing Program
FUNDING OF UP TO $25,000 TO SUPPORT entrepreneurs!
The Fast-Track to Financing Program supports projects that help to create strong business or commercialization plans to attract public financing or private investment to support the development, and eventual market entry, of natural product or technologies (Technology Readiness Levels (TRL) 4-9).
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Green Freight Program
FUNDING OF UP TO $5,000,000 TO SUPPORT GHG reduction in Canada!
The Green Freight Program will help fleets reduce their fuel consumption and greenhouse gas emissions through fleet energy assessments, fleet retrofits, engine repowers, logistical best-practice implementation and the purchase of low-carbon vehicles. This will be administered through two key funding streams.
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Canada Travelling Exhibitions Indemnification Program
FUNDING OF UP TO $6,000,000 TO SUPPORT Exhibitions in Canada!
In 1999, the Government of Canada established the Canada Travelling Exhibitions Indemnification Program within the Department of Canadian Heritage. Indemnification is a process through which the government assumes financial risk, and provides compensation for damage or losses, should these occur. Through the establishment of the Canada Travelling Exhibitions Indemnification Program, therefore, the Government of Canada assumes the financial responsibility for loss or damage to objects and appurtenances in eligible travelling exhibitions.
The Program has two objectives: first, to increase access for Canadians to Canada's and the world's heritage through the exchange of artifacts and exhibitions in Canada; and second, to provide Canadian art galleries, museums, archives, and libraries with a competitive advantage when competing for the loan of prestigious international exhibitions. Both international and domestically organized exhibitions are eligible for indemnification.
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Canada Arts Training Fund
FUNDING OF UP TO $6,000,000 TO SUPPORT artists in Canada!
The Canada Arts Training Fund (CATF) supports arts training in Canada. The CATF provides financial support for the ongoing operations of Canadian arts organizations that specialize in training artists for professional national or international artistic careers, at the highest levels.
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Film or Video Production Services Tax Credit
FUNDING TO SUPPORT film in Canada!
The Film or Video Production Services Tax Credit (PSTC) provides eligible production corporations with a tax credit at a rate of 16 per cent of the qualified Canadian labour expenditures incurred in respect of an accredited production.
Co-administered by the Canadian Audio-Visual Certification Office and the Canada Revenue Agency, the PSTC is designed to enhance Canada as a location of choice for film and video productions employing Canadians, as well as to strengthen the industry and secure investment.