Grants for Ontario
Amount: up to 20% of Eligible Costs, to a maximum of $3 million per applicant
Amount: up to 90% of the eligible cost with maximum grant value of $15,000
Amount: Up to 15% of funding to a maximum of $5 million, interest free during the project period (loan for up to four years).
Amount: Up to 50% of total eligible costs to a maximum of $500,000.
Amount: up to 50% of approved costs up to a maximum grant of $25,000 (Parry Sound/Muskoka only).
Amount: Funding 50% up to a maximum of $2 million per project.
Amount: Varies depending on the Request for Proposal
Amount: Up to $200,000 with maximum of 50% of total exploration expenditures.
Amount: Up to 75% of eligible project costs (maximum of $1.0 million per year).
Amount: Up to $30,000 or maximum of 30% of total eligible project costs over $100,000.
Amount: up to 50 percent of eligible costs with up to 10 million per project.
Amount: Up to 50% of eligible costs to a maximum of $600,000 for approved R&D Projects.
Amount: up to 40% tax credit on qualifying wages/salary.
Amount: refundable tax credit of 25% of your qualified labour expenditures.
Amount: refundable tax credit of 16% of qualified Canadian labour expenditures.
Amount: maximum 50% of total project cost up to $10M per project.
Amount: 60% cost-share, up to a maximum of $150,000 contribution under this initiative per business.
Student Work Placement
Through the following program employers can apply for wage subsidies to help them hire post-secondary students across Canada.
- Up to $5,000 for every student you hire through the program
- Up to $7,000 for every student you hire that is in their first year or is from an under-represented group including:
- women in STEM
- persons with disabilities
- newcomers; and
- Indigenous students
- As a COVID-19 measure, subsidy is offered at 75% coverage (maximum $7500) for all students, until March 2021.
Amount: Up to $10 million in total per year per applicant.
Amount: Up to 50% of eligible costs, to a maximum of $40,000.
Amount: Up to 50% of the cost of the proof of concept plan to a maximum of $100,000 during the Program Period (not to exceed 12 months). The applicant will be required to contribute 50% of the cost over the Program Period.