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In order to compete and be one of the best, your business must invest in ground-breaking products, processes, and services. The only downside to that is having a sizeable budget specifically for research and development. This is where the importance of government funding can’t be better emphasized.

The government, through the Atlantic Canada Opportunities Agency (ACOA), provides the necessary funds to support a broad range of technical research projects. The Atlantic Innovation Fund (AIF) aims to empower small businesses for business innovations and help them develop technologies that will eventually be ripe for commercialization.

Understanding the Atlantic Innovation Fund

The Atlantic Innovation Fund is a funding program initiated by the government in support of research efforts for innovative technologies. Through this funding program, private-sector research, as well as partnerships with research institutions and the academe, are made possible. Through the AIF, companies can use the granted funds to further develop commercially-viable technology or adaptation projects.

Related: Government Grants for Innovation and Technology

Who Are Eligible for the Atlantic Innovation Fund?

The AIF can help anyone or any entity that wants to:

  • Develop products and services that meet market demands and globalization standards
  • Take on new technology in order to answer business needs or market opportunities
  • Become a competitive member of Atlantic Canada’s new and traditional business sectors

To be eligible for the AIF, an applicant must:

  1. Operate in Atlantic Canada, including and limited to Nova Scotia, New Brunswick, Newfoundland and Labrador, and Prince Edward Island
  2. Be a private-sector business, a post-secondary institution, a research institution, or a provincial Crown corporation

Related: Funding for Scientific Research & Experimental Development 

What Are Project Eligibilities for the Atlantic Innovation Fund?

The AIF provides government funding for companies to develop products and services that are technology-based provided that the project:

  1. Has infallible research and development component
  2. Is developed with a high probability of going commercial
  3. Is on track to provide Atlantic Canada vast economic development opportunities
  4. Supports new or improved technologies
  5. Has scientific and/or technical components
  6. Can be concluded within a minimum of 18 to 36 months or a maximum of five years

Related: Industrial Research Assistance Program (IRAP)

How Much Funding Can Projects Receive from Atlantic Innovation Fund?

Eligible businesses operating in Atlantic Canada may be granted up to 75% of the costs of their eligible projects or up to a maximum of $3 million in research and development funds. Projects requiring less than $500,000 may be directed to a different ACOA program that basically works the same way.

Aside from capital costs, the funding will cover the salaries and wages of employees, as well as other operating expenses relevant to the project. Take note, though, that the funding AIF offers is conditionally-repayable funding, which means repayment amounts and conditions will be set based on the competitiveness of a project. If a project has the potential to rake in benefits for a company and contribute to a broader economy, then there’s a higher chance of getting approved.

Related: IRAP: Could You Be the Next Company to Receive Millions in Funding?

Is There an Application Deadline for AIF?

None. The AIF operates on an open-call basis, which means businesses and research institutions have the opportunity to submit their applications any time of the year.

If you are interested with AIF or other sources of funding, contact EVAMAX for a free consultation. You may also email us at info@evamax.com or call 1-877-711-7733

 

 

 

In order to compete and be one of the best, your business must invest in ground-breaking products, processes, and services. The only downside to that is having a sizeable budget specifically for research and development. This is where the importance of government funding can’t be better emphasized.

The government, through the Atlantic Canada Opportunities Agency (ACOA), provides the necessary funds to support a broad range of technical research projects. The Atlantic Innovation Fund (AIF) aims to empower small businesses for business innovations and help them develop technologies that will eventually be ripe for commercialization.

Understanding the Atlantic Innovation Fund

The Atlantic Innovation Fund is a funding program initiated by the government in support of research efforts for innovative technologies. Through this funding program, private-sector research, as well as partnerships with research institutions and the academe, are made possible. Through the AIF, companies can use the granted funds to further develop commercially-viable technology or adaptation projects.

Related: Government Grants for Innovation and Technology

Who Are Eligible for the Atlantic Innovation Fund?

The AIF can help anyone or any entity that wants to:

  • Develop products and services that meet market demands and globalization standards
  • Take on new technology in order to answer business needs or market opportunities
  • Become a competitive member of Atlantic Canada’s new and traditional business sectors

To be eligible for the AIF, an applicant must:

  1. Operate in Atlantic Canada, including and limited to Nova Scotia, New Brunswick, Newfoundland and Labrador, and Prince Edward Island
  2. Be a private-sector business, a post-secondary institution, a research institution, or a provincial Crown corporation

Related: Funding for Scientific Research & Experimental Development 

What Are Project Eligibilities for the Atlantic Innovation Fund?

The AIF provides government funding for companies to develop products and services that are technology-based provided that the project:

  1. Has infallible research and development component
  2. Is developed with a high probability of going commercial
  3. Is on track to provide Atlantic Canada vast economic development opportunities
  4. Supports new or improved technologies
  5. Has scientific and/or technical components
  6. Can be concluded within a minimum of 18 to 36 months or a maximum of five years

Related: Industrial Research Assistance Program (IRAP)

How Much Funding Can Projects Receive from Atlantic Innovation Fund?

Eligible businesses operating in Atlantic Canada may be granted up to 75% of the costs of their eligible projects or up to a maximum of $3 million in research and development funds. Projects requiring less than $500,000 may be directed to a different ACOA program that basically works the same way.

Aside from capital costs, the funding will cover the salaries and wages of employees, as well as other operating expenses relevant to the project. Take note, though, that the funding AIF offers is conditionally-repayable funding, which means repayment amounts and conditions will be set based on the competitiveness of a project. If a project has the potential to rake in benefits for a company and contribute to a broader economy, then there’s a higher chance of getting approved.

Related: IRAP: Could You Be the Next Company to Receive Millions in Funding?

Is There an Application Deadline for AIF?

None. The AIF operates on an open-call basis, which means businesses and research institutions have the opportunity to submit their applications any time of the year.

If you are interested with AIF or other sources of funding, contact EVAMAX for a free consultation. You may also email us at info@evamax.com or call 1-877-711-7733

 

 

 

The Canadian Agricultural Partnership (CAP) is an agreement that provides funding for innovations in the agricultural sector. It provides repayable grants to businesses as well as other entities that are directly involved in the agricultural industry.

Recognizing the importance of the agricultural sector as a driver for economic growth, the Canadian government launched CAP on April 1 of this year to provide repayable grants to various stakeholders in the agricultural sector.

 

With at least $3 billion in earmarked funds, CAP focuses on strengthening the competitiveness of the Canadian agricultural sector and providing opportunities for producers, processors, and SMEs in the face of global challenges to growth.

 

Key Areas of Focus

CAP aims to develop the Canadian agricultural sector by funding eligible For-Profit and Not-for-profit entities to undertake projects that are in line with the areas identified by CAP. These areas include:

  • Science, research, and innovation
  • Markets and trade
  • Environmental sustainability and climate change
  • Value-added agriculture and agri-food processing
  • Public trust
  • Risk Management

Federal & Provincial Funding

Federal Programs & Activities:

Agriculture and Agri-Food Canada delivers federal programs under CAP aimed at generating economic growth in the agricultural sector.

There are several sub-programs under CAP – Federally Funded activities, namely:

AgriMarketing:

The program supports industry-led promotional activities that differentiate Canadian products and producers, and leverage Canada’s reputation for high quality and safe food. The program also helps some sectors maintain their domestic market.

Who can apply: Small & Medium-sized Enterprises & National Industry Associations. 

AgriCompetitiveness:

Funding will support sector-led activities such as farmer-oriented seminars, and conferences that identify industry best practices and build the capacity of the sector, farm business management, farm safety information, and tools, as well as activities which raise agricultural awareness.

Who can apply: Not-for-profit organizations including associations in Canada and Indigenous organizations.

AgriScience:

The focus of this program is to accelerate the pace of innovation, support pre-commercialization activities and invest in cutting-edge research to benefit the agricultural and agri-food sector. Project activities must address key industry and government priorities.

Who can apply: Not-for-profit organizations, Indigenous groups in the agriculture, agri-food, agri-based products sector. 

AgriInnovate:

This program focuses on initiatives to accelerate the demonstration, commercialization, and/or adoption of innovative agri-based products, technologies, processes or services that increase agri-sector competitiveness and sustainability.

The program will provide repayable contributions on projects that:

  • demonstrate a recently proven innovation
  • adopt new or world-leading agricultural products, technologies or services in clean technology, automation or robotics, and precision agriculture
  • introduce significant improvements to the value-added sector
  • provide new opportunities, or expand existing export opportunities

Who can apply: For-profit organizations operating in the agriculture, agri-food, agri-based products sectors such as businesses and corporations, co-operatives, and Indigenous organizations.

AgriDiversity:

This program provides funding to help under-represented groups in Canadian agriculture, including youth, women, Indigenous People, and people with disabilities to fully participate in the sector. It also aims to develop their skills to take a leadership role, build their entrepreneurial capacity and business skills, facilitating the sharing of industry experience, best practices, and knowledge, and to help under-represented groups to manage transformation.

Who can apply: Not-for-profit organizations including associations in Canada, Indigenous organizations, and Official Language Minority Communities.

AgriAssurance:

This program focuses on supporting initiatives for development of assurance systems and standards to foster public trust.

Who can apply: Funding is offered through two components.

For National Industry associations – Funding provided will assist industry associations (Not-for-profit organizations in the agriculture, agri-food, agri-based products sector, including fish and seafood) develop assurance systems, standards or tools, such as: food safety, animal and plant health surveillance, animal welfare, environmental sustainability, traceability, quality standards, market attributes, food defense, and system integration.

For-Profit Organizations: Businesses operating in the agriculture, agri-food, agri-based products sector, including fish and seafood, such as businesses and corporations, co-operatives, and Indigenous organizations can apply for funding to obtain third-party certification when it is required to meet an export opportunity.

Deadline

Applications from producers, processors and other stakeholders are accepted until May 8, 2018. Get a FREE consultation.

Application process

Interested organizations and individuals may undergo a pre-screening eligibility assessment and must satisfy all requirements set by the program administrator. To know which CAP program best fits your business, and to position your grant proposals for seamless approval contact EVAMAX Group.

Cost-Shared programs by federal, provincial and territorial governments

Ever since it was launched, the CAP has been accepting applications in provinces where bilateral agreements have already been arranged, namely Ontario and Quebec. This investment will be cost-shared on a 60:40 basis and delivered by provinces and territories to ensure programs are tailored to meet regional needs. Read full article

 

To know which CAP program best fits your business, and to position your grant proposals for approval contact EVAMAX Group.

 

 

Program Overview

The Product Demonstration Program (PDP) looks to provide Alberta-based companies with the opportunity to develop novel and innovative technologies. The government of Alberta and the Ministry of Economic Development and Trade are providing incentives for your business to reduce time to market and commercialize your product.

In 2015, Alberta Innovates (AI) surveyed and identified key performance indicators identified by businesses that led to the success of technology development and implementation. One key factor pointed out by several companies was establishing a partner who could help transition from prototyping to sales. As a result, Alberta Innovates created the Product Demonstration Program to help companies with novel technologies find a strategic partner who could aid in the sales department.

Eligible Companies

To qualify as an Applicant, an Alberta SME is required to satisfy the following criteria:
• be a for-profit SME;
• demonstrate that the SME has engaged with a strategic partner(s), and that the relationship does
not create a conflict of interest;
• have a physical presence in Alberta;
• meet the following definition of an SME: a company with fewer than 500 Full-Time employees, and
less than $50,000,000 annual gross revenue;
• be a legal entity:
1. incorporated in Alberta; or
2. incorporated federally or in another jurisdiction and extra-provincially registered in Alberta; or
3.  a General Partnership, Limited Partnership or Limited Liability Partnership and registered in
Alberta;
• have no outstanding balance or otherwise owe money to Alberta Innovates or its subsidiaries.

Eligible Projects

To qualify for funding all projects must:
• have the participation of an Alberta-based SME as the Applicant, and at least one Strategic Partner;
• start after the execution of the Agreement between Alberta Innovates and the Applicant and must
have clear, critical “go/no go” milestones;
• be completed within two (2) years unless an extension is specifically approved in writing by Alberta Innovates;
• submit to other criteria that Alberta Innovates may develop from time to time.

Project activities include but are not limited to the following:

  • Technology optimization critical for market acceptance
  • Manufacturing of a prototype for a demonstration project
  • Applications for regulatory approval and certifications critical for market acceptance
  • Testing of a prototype in an operational environment
  • Results assessment or verification of technical data.

Eligible Expenditures

  1. Salary and benefits (one-time)
  2. Materials
  3. Capital assets & Software
  4. Sub-contractors

Funding

This program offers up to $300,000 in funding over a maximum 2-year project. The funding amount will be determined on a per-company basis depending on the needs of your business. The amount funded by Alberta Innovates must be matched by the applicant.

Application Deadline

This program has a continuous intake period.

 

For assistance in preparing your submission and to position your application for approval contact EVAMAX Group to help you with the process.

 

 

Program Overview

The Alberta Bio Future (ABF) program encourages strategic alliances between businesses and academic, research and government institutions. These alliances must focus on novel or enhanced bio-industrial products and technologies. The main purpose of this program is to utilize Alberta’s biomass and create a market that is competitive, profitable and efficient. Undoubtedly, the bio-industrial sector remains untapped, this program allows businesses the ability to enter the industry with more wealth of knowledge, by partnering with other institutions you will be better prepared to mitigate challenges.

In particular, the ABF Opportunities program is relevant for companies who would not be able to conduct their projects in a timely manner without funding. This is especially important for companies who are transitioning from research to commercialization but don’t have the financial means to do so efficiently, while also being in a time-sensitive position.

Eligible Companies

Applications must be submitted by:

  • Researchers based in Alberta, and researchers elsewhere conducting projects with
    a benefit to Alberta, or
  • Operating companies or industry groups based in Alberta.

Eligible Projects

Projects must:
• Be completed by December 31, 2020

  • Have the project work carried out primarily in Alberta.
    • Have a direct application to the bio-industrial sector. (Note: Bioindustrial products exclude food, feed or pharma products in this sub-program.)
    • Develop bio-industrial products and bio-industrial technologies that use renewable,
    sustainable biomass, with a focus on agriculture and forestry biomass, produced or available in Alberta.
    • Focus on developments leading to a competitive advantage for Alberta companies or other direct benefits to Alberta.
    • Engage a project team with demonstrated competence, experience, and the organizational capacity to successfully complete the project.

Eligible Expenditures

  1. Salary (one-time)
  2. External Consultants
  3. Travel
  4. Equipment
  5. Materials/Supplies

Funding

Funding for approved full proposals will be established on a per-company basis based on your needs.

Application Deadline

Applications will be accepted until March 31, 2019.

 

For assistance in preparing your submission and to position your application for approval contact EVAMAX Group to help you with the process.

 

 

 

Sustainable Development Technology Canada (SDTC) provides funding for clean technology development and demonstration projects (i.e., when project is past the proof-of-concept stage but has not been commercialized) through SD Tech Fund (SDTF).

SDTC evaluates projects on the basis of environmental benefits, strength of technology innovation, Technology Readiness Level (TRL), Management capability, Business plan and commercialization plan, Financial strength.

 

Funding Type:

The funding is a non-repayable contribution.

SD Tech Fund typically provides:

  • Funding of up to 33% of eligible projects costs.
  • An average contribution of $2 million to $4 million, with funds disbursed over the life of the project up to a five-year period.

 

Eligible Activities:

The project must have the potential for one of the following:

  • GHG emissions reductions,
  • Reductions in water consumption,
  • Reduction of water, soil or air contamination.

 

To be funded through SDTF, a project:

  • Must fund at least 25% of its eligible costs privately.
  • Cannot receive more than 75% of its eligible costs from other government funding sources.
  • At least 50% of its eligible project costs incurred within Canada.
  • Enter the commercialization phase within 1-5 years;

 

Eligible Costs:

  • Salaries and Contractor costs related to the project;
  • Field testing services and feasibility studies;
  • Supplies and equipment;
  • Laboratory and field supplies and materials;
  • Travel and conference expenses;
  • Print, production, and translation services,
  • Shipping costs (incl. customs fees);
  • Data collection services; and
  • Communication and distribution costs.

 

Who can apply?

  • Be a Canadian business;
  • Have a defined project and demonstrate pre-commercial technology.
  • Have a strong market potential for the technology.
  • Own the IP right to the technology; and
  • Be able to enter a legally-binding agreement with at least two other consortium partners.

 

Deadline:

This program has an open intake, however SDTC has a multi-step evaluation process: Phase 1 is the Initial Project Review; Phase 2 is the Full Project Review; Phase 3 is the Funding Approval

 

For assistance in preparing your submission and to position your application for approval contact EVAMAX Group to help you with the process. You may also email us at info@evamax.com or call 1-877-711-7733

 

 

The Health Technologies Fund (HTF) is a program of the Government of Ontario, developed by the Office of the Chief Health Innovation Strategist (OCHIS), administered by the Ontario Centres of Excellence.  It supports the development of made-in-Ontario health technologies. It provides grants to businesses and research organizations seeking to improve the quality and deliverability of healthcare in the province by testing and adopting new technologies.(Source: www.oce-ontario.org)

The HTF is currently available to healthcare providers, technology developers, and academic institutions in the province of Ontario.

Created by the Ontario local government, the HTF is developed by the Office of the Chief Health Innovation Strategist and administered by the Ontario Centres of Excellence. Its main objective is to forge partnerships among publicly funded health service providers (HSPs), patients, academia and industry in streamlining the evaluation, procurement, and adoption of healthcare technologies in the Ontario health system. With the theme of “Better Care Closer to Home,” the HTF is primarily focused on improving the deliverability of healthcare services to patients in the province.

Key Areas of Focus

The HTF has two main drives:

  • Pre-Market Evaluation:

Projects under this area deal with the implementation of validated technology in a healthcare setting through proper evaluation and assessment practices, and acquisition of evidence-based data on the cost-effectiveness of the technology as well as its perceived impact to the healthcare industry. This is to support procurement programs and support wide-scale procurement activities and programs in the future.

Projects under the pre-market evaluation stream may include identification of changes in the clinical workflow, collection of data & generating evidence to support procurement goals, and creating plans for adopting a validated technology.

Clinical trials that determine a technology’s efficacy are excluded as well as activities that are not based in the province of Ontario.

  • Early Adoption:

Projects under this area support validated market-ready technologies that have been successfully implemented in one or more healthcare settings. These projects must involve a HIT collaborating to perform an additional implementation (and preferably multiple implementations) of the technology (in one or more healthcare settings) in order to evaluate the technology across multiple implementations, to generate further evidence to support value-based procurement and wide-scale adoption plan.

Projects under the early adoption stream may include streamlining and identifying changes in clinical workflow, to successfully integrate the technology, knowledge translation and user training, collecting evidence for future procurement activities, and creating procurement and adoption plans for healthcare providers.

Similar to projects under the pre-market evaluation, clinical trials that determine a technology’s efficacy and activities that are not based in the province of Ontario are excluded from the program.

Projects under both categories must align with the theme of Better Care Closer to Home and the technologies must have obtained required regulatory approvals and received initial user feedback.

Who Qualifies:

The HTF is currently accepting applications from Health Innovation Teams (HITs), which comprises the following members:

  • Applicant

One or more Providers of publicly-funded Health Services Provider. Eligible health care system applicants include (but are not limited to) family health teams, community care providers, long-term care homes, and hospitals.

  • Technology partner

This includes Ontario-based for-profit health technology businesses that provide solutions and conduct research innovations that are in line with the HTF’s main drive.

Partners may be of any size or stage (start-up, small- to medium-sized enterprise, and multinational enterprise) with a research and development, and/or manufacturing presence in Ontario.

  • Third-Party Evaluation Provider

 Ontario-based evaluation team with expertise in technology adoption and diffusion, design and implementation, and health economics. The evaluation component of the project should support the development of a plan to support wider-scale procurement and/or adoption of the technology in Ontario.

  • Other contributors

It is strongly recommended that partners such as community-based associations and advocacy groups are included in addition to Local Health Integration Network (LHIN) to provide sector expertise to ensure project development and implementation meets sector and local needs.

Funding

Pre-Market Evaluation projects Up to 50 percent of the eligible project cash costs up to a maximum amount of $500,000 for a term of up to 24 months.

Early Adoption projects Up to 50 percent of the eligible project cash costs up to a maximum amount of $1,000,000 for a term of up to 24 months.

Eligible Expenditures:

Actual costs directly attributable to and necessary for the completion of the project and are not wholly or partially for another purpose.

  • One-time costs, directly attributable to implementation of the project;
  • Retroactive Expenses: OCE will acknowledge expenses after the approval date.
  • Founder’s Salary: For a Start-up company, the maximum allowable compensation of $5,000 per month
  • Cost of utilization/depreciation of Capital items i.e. equipment, testing tools, and instruments used for the project.

Deadline

  • Interested HITs may submit their expressions of interest (EOI) until May 9, 2018.
  • Invitation to Submit a Full Application: July 2018
  • Full Application submission deadline: August 16, 2018

Application process

Interested applicants may submit their EOIs to the OCE. After a thorough assessment, the OCE and OCHIS will contact candidates for the program to submit a full application.

 

For assistance in preparing your submission and to position your application for approval contact EVAMAX Group to help you with the process.

 

 

NSERC Engage

Engage Grants provide innovative companies in Canada access to the academic resources available at Canadian universities and colleges.

These grants are intended to motivate companies to form partnerships with the academic community in Canada and support short-term research and development activities aimed at solving a specific problem for the company such as the development of a new product or improvement to an existing process.

 

Funding Type:

Engage Grants provide a maximum grant of $25,000 over a period of six months to support the joint collaboration between the academic institution and the company and offset project costs.

 

Eligible Activities:

  • The project must generate new knowledge or apply existing knowledge in an innovative way to solve a company-specific problem.
  • This problem must relate directly to the company’s products and services.
  • The company must be able to further develop the results after the project is completed.
  • The project must have short-term objectives.

Applications are evaluated mainly against the following criteria:

  • Technical merit
  • Industrial relevance and potential for innovation impact
  • Industrial participation and plan for technology transfer
  • Benefit to Canada

 

The NSERC Engage program reimburses project costs including:

  • Labour
  • Office Supplies up to maximum of $250 per project.
  • Equipment
  • Consulting Fees up to 20% of the funding request.
  • Publication and Conference Expenses

Who can apply?

Once the company has found an academic partner to collaborate with on the project, the application can be made by the University or college researcher on behalf of the company.

To be eligible for the grant, the company must:

  • Operate independently in Canada and produce goods or services, or perform research and development activities;
  • Operating for at least two years or be projected for exceptional growth;
  • Have at least two full-time employees;
  • Have participating staff with relevant expertise;
  • Actively generate revenue from sales or have significant private sector investment; and
  • Have a plan and capacity to exploit the research results within Canada.

 

Deadline:

Applications have an open-intake and will be processed on a first-come, first-served basis, subject to the availability of funding. The company initiates the collaboration process by creating a detailed research proposal to be taken to an academic institution to find a professor with the capabilities to support the project.

Once a match has been made between the school and company, the professor and/or research institution initiates the NSERC Engage grant application. Decisions are typically made within six weeks of submission.

 

For assistance in preparing your submission and to position your application for approval contact EVAMAX Group to help you with the process. You may also email us at info@evamax.com or call 1-877-711-7733

 

 

 

Cost-Shared programs by federal, provincial and territorial governments:

The Canadian Agricultural Partnership (CAP) is a five-year federal-provincial-territorial initiative to increase the competitiveness, prosperity, and sustainability of the agriculture, agri-food and agri-based products sector.

Since its launch, the CAP has been accepting applications in provinces where bilateral agreements have already been arranged, namely Ontario and Quebec.

This investment will be cost-shared on a 60:40 basis and delivered by provinces and territories to ensure programs are tailored to meet regional needs.

Cost Sharing Opportunities in Ontario

In Ontario, strategic initiatives under CAP will focus on achieving key outcomes related to Economic Development, Environmental Stewardship, and Protection and Assurance.

Funding Type

Cost-sharing (up to 50% of cost sharing for some projects and initiatives)

Eligible Activities & Expenditures

  1. Capital Expenses (Equipment purchases/retrofits, construction, software etc.)
  2. Enterprise Resource Planning (ERP) Systems implementation & upgrades.
  3. Product, Processes & Technology Development & Innovation
  4. Food Safety / Traceability Systems
  5. Marketing – Domestic & Export
  6. Business Development Planning
  7. Plant & Livestock related infrastructure
  8. Not for Profit organizations initiatives raising agricultural awareness & education.

Potential Funds

  • Maximum 50% cost share for some projects & initiatives
  • Up to maximum 250K for some projects & activities

Who can apply

For-profit & Not-for-profit organizations in the following categories are eligible –

Producers, Processors i.e. any established company that is a manufacturer and is

  • currently directly involved in the transformation of agricultural commodities, food, beverage or agri-based bio-products in Ontario may meet the eligibility criteria.

This includes processors:

  • Tobacco-based pharmaceuticals or other bio-products
  • Ornamentals (flowers, shrubs, sod, etc.,  both land-based and greenhouse)
  • Health or nutrition supplements
  • Pet food products

or Other business: Businesses or manufacturers that want to adapt products, services or processes that will help drive producer and processor productivity.

Deadline

ProducersProcessors, and Other Businesses can apply for cost-share funding starting on April 3, 2018, until May 8, 2018.

 

To know which CAP Cost Share program best fits your business and to position your grant proposals for approval contact EVAMAX Group.