Grants for Ontario
Amount: 75% cost-share funding of total eligible costs, to a maximum of either $20,000 or $30,000 cost-share per project depending on project category.
Amount: 50% of eligible costs up to a maximum of $100,000
Amount: Minimum government contribution to a project is $250,000 while the maximum suggested government contribution is up to $1 million.
Next Intake: Intake will remain open until January 27, 2020
Funding will support agriculture and food value chain partners by offering cost-share funding opportunities to address identified industry priorities and outcomes for Ontario in the following areas:
- Food Safety and Traceability
- Animal Health
- Plant Health
- Soil Health and Water Quality
- Market Development
- Technology Solutions
- Addressing Labour Supply and Training Challenges
Amount: $250,000 per project ($20,000 minimum)
Amount: Selected projects will be eligible for a non-repayable performance-based contribution and require a minimum 50 percent cash contribution by the recipient on eligible expenses net of HST. The minimum project size for an Eastern Ontario Innovation Initiative regional stream project is $200,000 resulting in a minimum contribution of $100,000 by the recipient.
Amount: Up to 75% of eligible costs to a maximum of $75,000 for any approved CanExport Innovation Project.
NOTE: Starting fiscal year 2019-2020, CanExport Innovation is offered as both a grant and contribution funding program. Eligibility for a grant or contribution will be assessed as part of the Formal Review phase of the Application Review Process.
Amount: No-interest, repayable contributions from $500,000 up to $10 million per project
The Eastern Ontario Development Fund (EODF) supports projects and investments to businesses, municipalities and not-for-profit organizations for economic development in eastern Ontario. The fund supports projects that create jobs, encourage innovation, collaboration and cluster development, attract private sector investment and lead to business growth and broad positive economic impacts.
Amount: 50% of the provincial minimum per hour wage per each summer student
Amount: Up to $100,000
Amount: Up to $3,000,000
Amount: $350,000 (Limited Intake Deadlines)
The Southwestern Ontario Development Fund (SWODF) supports projects and investments to businesses, municipalities and not-for-profit organizations for economic development in southwestern Ontario. The fund supports projects that create jobs, encourage innovation, collaboration and cluster development, and attract private sector investment.