Hot New Programs

Updated weekly with new funding opportunities!

Sustainable Canadian Agricultural Partnership (SCAP ON - Dairy Processing Modernization Initiative)

By GrantMatch Team on Apr 10, 2024 4:25:22 PM

Up to $25 Million to be invested in Canadian Agricultural Innovation

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Quebec MAPAQ Food Processing Program

By GrantMatch Team on Apr 1, 2024 10:26:09 AM

get up to $750,000 in Grant Funding to Empower Food Processing Capabilities in Quebec

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Sustainable Jobs Training Fund

By GrantMatch Team on Mar 19, 2024 11:51:21 AM

get up to $15 Million in Grant Funding to Empower Sustainable Sectors

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Poultry and Egg On-Farm Investment Program 2024

By GrantMatch Team on Feb 15, 2024 10:45:41 AM



Funding Overview

The Poultry and Egg On-Farm Investment Program (PEFIP) aims to help supply-managed poultry and egg producers adapt to market changes resulting from the implementation of the Comprehensive and Progressive Agreement for Trans-Pacific Partnership (CPTPP). The program supports on-farm investments in:
  • Increasing efficiency or productivity
  • Improving on-farm food safety and biosecurity
  • Improving environmental sustainability
  • Responding to consumer preferences (improving animal welfare, adopting alternative housing systems, transitioning to organic production, etc.)
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Strategic Transportation Infrastructure Program

By GrantMatch Team on Nov 30, 2023 11:39:27 AM

Driving Accessible, Safe, and Efficient Transportation: STIP Boosts Economic Growth and Prolongs Infrastructure Lifespan

The Strategic Transportation Infrastructure Program (STIP) is a flagship initiative by the Alberta government aimed at supporting strategic projects that enhance the transportation infrastructure across the province. This program provides substantial financial assistance to eligible projects, spanning a diverse range of transportation-related endeavors such as road and bridge construction, public transit enhancements, and active transportation infrastructure. STIP is designed to foster economic growth, improve safety, and contribute to the overall sustainability of Alberta's transportation network.

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Nova Scotia Capital Investment Tax Credit

By GrantMatch Team on Sep 12, 2023 3:51:59 PM

Up to $30 Million in Funding available through the Nova Scotia Capital Investment Tax Credit Program

The Nova Scotia Capital Investment Tax Credit (CITC) is a highly beneficial program that has been specifically designed to drive economic growth and development within the province. This tax credit provides significant financial advantages to eligible corporations that choose to invest in capital equipment for approved projects located in Nova Scotia.

By participating in the CITC program, eligible corporations can gain access to up to $30 million in funding. This substantial financial support can be instrumental in fueling growth, expansion, and innovation within the Nova Scotia business landscape. Whether it's upgrading existing infrastructure, investing in cutting-edge technologies, or diversifying product streams, the CITC program aims to provide the necessary resources to enable corporations to thrive in a competitive marketplace.

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Investments in Forest Industry Transformation (IFIT)

By GrantMatch Team on Aug 16, 2023 1:44:20 PM

$10 Million in funding is available for forestry projects!

The Investments in Forest Industry Transformation (IFIT) program facilitates the adoption of transformative technologies and products in the Canadian forest sector by bridging the gap between development and commercialization. The program aims to create a more competitive, resilient, and environmentally sustainable sector with a focus on innovative, low-carbon projects that result in new or diversified revenue streams.

As part of its 2023 renewal, the IFIT program will increase its efforts to help improve the environmental performance of the forest sector by supporting demonstration and adoption projects that contribute to the decarbonization of industrial processes, as well as the efficient use of resources that generates more value from the same amount of wood. In addition to continuing to fund projects that produce renewable energy and sustainable bioproducts, IFIT will seek to invest in projects that integrate technologies leading to greater energy efficiency and explore bioenergy carbon capture in forest sector operations. These investments will enable the next wave of innovation, solidifying Canada’s position as a leader in forest sector transformation.
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Mitacs - Law Internship Program

By GrantMatch Team on May 19, 2023 11:55:23 AM

$10,000 or $15,000 awards available to law students working on IP or business strategy!

The Mitacs - Law Internship Program (M-LIP) aims to support law firms, businesses, corporate legal departments, and not-for-profit organizations by providing funding to hire a law student for a four-month period. The main goals of the M-LIP are to provide eligible organizations with assistance in completing projects while also providing law students with hands-on experience. 
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Women Entrepreneurship Strategy

By GrantMatch Team on May 19, 2023 11:40:48 AM

$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.

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