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  • AI for Supply Chains 

    ​CEIM
    Get coaching and the opportunity to access up to $35,000 in financial assistance to accelerate the planning, implementation or commercialization of your innovative artificial intelligence project. 

  • Aboriginal Business Financing Program - Private Project 

    Native Commercial Credit Corporation
    Get a non-refundable contribution of up to $99,999 for business start-up or expansion, marketing, project management, professional advisory services, and development of a business plan, marketing plan or feasibility studies.

  • Aboriginal Business Financing Program — Community project 

    Native Commercial Credit Corporation
    Get a non-refundable contribution of up to $1 million for businesses owned by a First Nation, the Native Alliance of Quebec, or by one of their members. Funds can be used for business start-up or expansion, marketing, project management, professional advisory services, and development of a business plan, marketing plan or feasibility studies.

  • Aboriginal Entrepreneurship Program — Access to Capital 

    National Aboriginal Capital Corporation Association (NACCA)
    Get a non-repayable contribution of up to $99,999 for business planning, acquisitions, expansion, domestic or export marketing, new product or process development, introducing new technologies and more.

  • Aboriginal Initiatives Fund III (in French only)

    Secrétariat aux affaires autochtones
    Your for-profit or non-profit Indigenous organization could be eligible for a grant for its economic development project.

  • Access to Talent Program 

    Natural Products Canada
    Canadian SMEs or start-up companies can receive up to 40% of the cost of a new employee’s salary to a maximum of $75,000 in order to carry out a project that supports the development of a natural product or technology.

  • Accessible Technology Program 

    Innovation, Science and Economic Development Canada
    Get a non-repayable contribution to develop affordable and commercially viable new technologies that will improve access to the digital economy for persons with disabilities and increase their employability.

  • Accélérateur d'opportunités - Soutien à la productivité (in French only)

    ​Ville de Laval
    Get support and a grant of up to $125,000 for your Laval company's digital transformation project.

  • Alliance grants 

    Natural Sciences and Engineering Research Council of Canada
    Need R&D help for a business problem? Get support when you partner with a university researcher and make an in-kind contribution to a project that benefits Canada.

  • Ambition ME 

    ​Caisse de dépôt et placement du Québec
    Obtain financing in the form of investment, support from specialists and access to an international network to propel the development and growth of your medium-sized Quebec company.

  • Anges Québec Capital Fund 

    Anges Québec
    Investments of up to $4 million for innovative companies with high growth potential and a competitive advantage.

  • Apollo13 startup support program (in French only)

    ​Apollo 13
    Do you have an entrepreneurial idea to put into action or a desire to grow your business? The Apollo13 support program may be right for you.​

  • Applied Research and Development Grants 

    ​Natural Sciences and Engeneering Research Coucnil of Canada
    You could receive funding of up to $150,000 when you partner with an eligible Canadian college to develop clean technologies.

  • Applied Research and Development Grants — Industrial Partner 

    Natural Sciences and Engineering Research Council of Canada
    Get a grant of up to $75,000, to collaborate with a college researcher on R&D projects of up to 3 years.

  • Apprenticeship Job Creation Tax Credit 

    Canada Revenue Agency
    Get a non-refundable tax credit equal to 10% of the salaries and wages paid to your apprentices, up to a maximum of $2,000/year for each apprentice.

  • ArcTern Ventures' Fund 

    ArcTern Ventures
    ​If your business is a cleantech start-up that aim to create a positive environmental impact, you could get investments from this early-stage venture capital.

  • BDC - Business loans 

    Business Development Bank of Canada
    ​You could get money to help you start or grow your business.

  • BDC - Wholesale Financing 

    Business Development Bank of Canada
    Your small to medium-sized financing or lease company could access expanded financing options to provide vehicle and equipment loan or lease contracts.

  • BDC Business Transition Loan 

    Business Development Bank of Canada
    Get a repayable loan with terms tailored to your business if you are thinking of buying a company, making a merger or acquiring a competitor in order to expand your operations.

  • BDC Buying a Business Loan 

    Business Development Bank of Canada
    Get an asset-based loan to acquire an existing business or the business of a competitor or supplier.

  • BDC Capital 

    ​Business Development Bank of Canada
    Access a wide range of specialized financing to match the various stages of your business' growth.

  • BDC Capital Bridge Financing Program 

    ​Business Development Bank of Canada
    If you operate a high-growth company that has been specifically impacted by COVID-19, you could get matched financing of at least $500,000 in the form of a convertible note if you are already backed by a qualified venture capital firm and have raised at least $500,000 in external capital.

  • BDC Capital — Growth & Transition Capital — Buying a business 

    Business Development Bank of Canada
    Get repayable financial support of up to $35 million to increase your working capital to buy a competitor's or supplier's business. You can also obtain guidance and support from a team of experienced professionals to help you find the optimal financing structure in order to raise more capital. There is 2 solutions depending on the clients needs.

  • BDC Capital — Growth & Transition Capital — Working Capital 

    Business Development Bank of Canada
    Get repayable financial support of up to $35 millions to increase your working capital to fund your R&D, product and market development projects.

  • BDC Capital — Growth Equity Partner 

    Business Development Bank of Canada
    Get financing and advice from growth equity partners to help grow your business in Canada and internationally. This support will be provided through partnerships, funding and access to potential growth capital.

  • BDC Capital — Venture Capital 

    Business Development Bank of Canada
    Get financing and advice from venture capital investors to help you build and grow your business in Canada and internationally.

  • BDC Co-Lending Program (BCAP) 

    ​Business Development Bank of Canada
    If your business has been affected by COVID-19, you could get up to $12.5 million to support your operational cash flow, co-financed by BDC and your primary lending institution.

  • BDC Commercial real estate financing 

    Business Development Bank of Canada
    Get a long-term loan with terms of up to 25 years to purchase land or buildings, construct or expand premises, or replenish working capital depleted by real estate costs.

  • BDC Indigenous Entrepreneur Loan 

    Business Development Bank of Canada
    Purchase assets, start exporting, pay start-up or franchise fees and replenish working capital with a $350,000 loan if you have an existing businesses or $250,000 if you are a start-up.

  • BDC Intellectual Property-Backed Financing 

    ​Business Development Bank of Canada
    Get financing and guidance from intellectual property (IP) experts who can help you with your IP portfolios, commercialized offerings and global prospects.

  • BDC Mid-Market Financing Program 

    ​Business Development Bank of Canada
    If you’re a medium-sized business and need additional funding, beyond what is currently available through BCAP, you could get a commercial loan between $12.5 million and $60 million.

  • BDC Newcomer Entrepreneur 

    Business Development Bank of Canada
    If you are an immigrant who arrived in Canada within the past 3 years, you can get up to $50,000, along with expert advice, to start your own business.

  • BDC Small Business Loan 

    Business Development Bank of Canada
    Apply online for a business loan of up to $100,000 with flexible repayment terms. Use this financing to supplement cash flow, improve operations, or cover expenses for your small business.

  • BDC Start-up Financing 

    Business Development Bank of Canada
    Get up to $250,000 to help get your business off the ground, finance operations and replenish working capital spent on start-up costs, if you've been in business for at least a year.

  • BDC Technology Financing 

    Business Development Bank of Canada
    Get a loan with flexible repayment terms to cover up to 100% of the cost of investing in information and communications technology such as hardware, software and related consulting services.

  • BDC Women in Technology Venture Fund 

    Business Development Bank of Canada
    Get up to $1 million in financing at the seed stage and up to $10 million at the growth stage if your technology company is led by women.

  • BDC Working Capital Term Loan 

    Business Development Bank of Canada
    Get a loan to complement your line of credit in order to boost inventory and take advantage of supplier discounts.

  • BDC – COVID-19 Working Capital loans 

    ​Business Development Bank of Canada
    If your business has been affected by COVID-19, and you are unable to secure financing from your bank, you could qualify to postpone your payments and/or get working capital loans of up to $2 million with flexible terms for a period of up to 6 months, as well as reduced rates on new eligible loans.

  • BDC — Canada Digital Adoption Program (CDAP) 

    Business Development Bank of Canada
    Get a loan of up to $100,000 to help small and medium sized enterprises adopt digital technologies to increase their competitiveness.

  • BDC — Equipment Purchase Financing 

    Business Development Bank of Canada
    Get a loan to cover up to 100% of the purchase cost of new or used equipment for your business.

  • BMO for Black Entrepreneurs 

    ​BMO
    Get a loan of up to $250,000, tools, training and a business network to grow your majority Black Canadian owned business.

  • BioEnergy — Analysis (in French only)

    Ministère de l’Énergie et des Ressources naturelles
    Receive funding of up to $50,000 per site to identify and quantify potential fossil fuel to bioenergy conversion measures and the costs to implement them that would reduce GHG emissions by using bioenergy for thermal power generation applications (heating or process) to replace fossil fuels.

  • BioEnergy — Implementation 

    Ministère de l’Énergie et des Ressources naturelles
    Get financing of up to $5 million for a project that helps reduce greenhouse gas (GHG) emissions using bioenergy for thermal energy production applications (heating or process) with a view to replacing fossil fuels.

  • BioTalent — Science and Technology Internship — Green jobs 

    BioTalent Canada
    ​Get up to $25,000 per intern hired in roles in the natural resources sectors, including the fields of energy, forestry, and minerals and metals as well as earth sciences (or up to $32,000 for youth hired who are furthest from employment).

  • Biofood market development program — Stream 1 

    ​Ministère de l'Agriculture, des Pêcheries et de l'Alimentation
    Get up to $750,000 to cover 80% of expenses (for-profit businesses) or 50% of expenses (not-for-profits, business combinations) related to marketing your foods in Quebec, including event logistics and contractual fees.

  • Biofood market development program — Stream 2 

    ​Ministère de l'Agriculture, des Pêcheries et de l'Alimentation
    Get up to $750,000 to cover 70% of expenses (not-for-profit businesses) or 50% of expenses (business combinations) related to prospecting missions and trade shows to promote your biofoods outside of Quebec.

  • Biomass Energy Fund (in French only)

    ​Fondaction
    ​You could benefit from support and funding for a heating project that uses residual forest biomass.

  • Black Entrepreneur Startup Program 

    ​Futurpreneur
    ​Are you a black entrepreneur under the age of 40? Receive a loan, mentorship, and resources to launch your business.

  • Black Entrepreneurship Program – Black Entrepreneurship Loan Fund 

    ​Government of Canada
    Get a loan between $25,000 and $250,000 to help mitigate the effects of COVID-19 and grow your business. More details will be available soon.

  • Business Assistance — Immigrant Investor Program 

    Investissement Québec
    Non-repayable contributions of $40,000 to $250,000 covering up to 10% of project costs for existing businesses and 15% for start-ups.

  • Business succession 

    ​Fonds de solidarité FTQ
    ​Get coaching and financing to help you buy or sell a business.

  • CED Jobs and Growth Fund — For profit 

    ​Canada Economic Development for Quebec Regions
    If your business is working on a project to transition to a green economy, foster an inclusive recovery, become more competitive and create jobs for Canadians, you could get an interest-free, repayable contribution for up to 50% of the project’s costs.

  • CED Jobs and Growth Fund — Indigenous stream 

    ​Canada Economic Development for Quebec Regions
    If your business is working on a project to transition to a green economy, foster an inclusive recovery, become more competitive and create jobs for Canadians, you could get a contribution for up to 100% of the project’s cost.

  • CED Jobs and Growth Fund — Not-for-profit Stream 

    Canada Economic Development for Quebec Regions
    If your business is working on a project to transition to a green economy, foster an inclusive recovery, become more competitive and create jobs for Canadians, you could get a non-repayable contribution for up to 90% of the project’s cost.

  • COVID-19 aid fund (in French only)

    ​Cidal
    ​Does your business located within the RCM of Lac-Saint-Jean-Est need financial support for difficulties created by the COVID-19 crisis? This fund could provide an interest-free loan to help.

  • COVID-19: Aid for rural businesses to rebound 

    ​Sociétés d'aide au développement des collectivités
    Get a loan between $5,000 and $40,000 to help recover from the pandemic if you are located in Papineau, Collines-de-l'Outaouais, Buckingham or Masson-Angers, Quebec, and are not eligible for other federal emergency aid.

  • COVID-19: Financial help if you are outside Canada 

    ​Government of Canada
    Get a repayable loan to facilitate your return to Canada and to cover the cost of basic essential needs such as food, shelter and transportation while you work towards your return. The amount of these loans will be determined and approved on a case-by-case basis by consular officials.

  • CanExport SMEs 

    ​Global Affairs Canada, Trade Commissioner Service

    Get a contribution of up to $50,000 to cover up to 50% of costs related to developing and expanding your e-commerce presence, attending virtual events, applying for certification and intellectual property protection in international markets, search engine optimization, and more.

  • Canada Community Revitalization Fund - Quebec 

    ​Canada Economic Development for Quebec Regions
    Your NPO, municipality, community group or Aboriginal community has community infrastructure improvement projects? you could receive up to $750,000 to carry them out.

  • Canada Digital Adoption Program — Boost your business technology 

    Innovation, Science and Economic Development
    Get financial support for your SME to adopt new technologies. Support for your businesse will be in the form of grants to offset the cost of retaining Digital Advisors who will develop digital adoption plans tailored to the business. The grant will cover 90% of the cost to develop the digital plan, up to $15,000. To support the implementation of the plan, your SME will be able to apply for a zero-interest loan from the Business Development Bank of Canada (BDC) (up to $100,000) as well as a wage subsidy up to $7,300 for a youth placement.

  • Canada Digital Adoption Program — Boost your business technology — Digital Advisors 

    ​Innovation, Science and Economic Development
    Digital Advisors will work with eligible SMEs to develop digital adoption plans tailored to the needs of the client.

  • Canada Emergency Wage Subsidy (CEWS) 

    ​Canada Revenue Agency
    Get a temporary subsidy to cover a percentage of your employees’ wages until October 23, 2021. Retroactive application may be made after the program closes until the application deadline in March 2022.

  • Canada Green Corps 

    United Nations Association in Canada
    ​You can apply for a wage subsidy to hire a youth for a project that reduces your organization’s environmental footprint or increases sustainability.

  • Canada Recovery Hiring Program (CRHP) 

    ​Business and industry
    If your business is still impacted by COVID-19 and it meets the eligibility criteria for the Canada Emergency Wage Subsidy program, you could get one of the two wage subsidies to help keep staff on payroll.

  • Canada-India Research Centre of Excellence (CIRCE) 

    Networks of Centres of Excellence
    If you form a Canada-India network for collaborative research activities, you could enter a competition for funding of up to $13.8 million.

  • Canadian Industry Program for Energy Conservation 

    Natural resources Canada
    Get a contribution of up to $40,000 to cover 50% of the costs of an energy management project, or a process integration and computational fluid dynamics study.

  • Canadian International Innovation Program (CIIP) 

    ​Global Affairs Canada, Trade Commissioner Service
    Get up to $600,000 in funding to cover up to 50% of research and development project expenses while working with a foreign partner in Brazil, China, India, Israel or South Korea.

  • Centech Acceleration 

    ​Centech
    Get a grant of up to $25,000 when you participate in an upcoming 12-week accelerator program designed for startups that have developed an AI solution applied to supply chains. Get access to workspaces, group clinics, one-on-one coaching, and more.

  • Chantier de l'économie sociale Trust 

    Chantier de l'économie sociale Trust
    Get a trust loan between $50,000 and $1.5 million, with no principal repayment requirement for 15 years, to finance costs directly related to the acquisition, construction, or renovation of real estate assets such as land, a building, a warehouse, etc.

  • Clean Foundation — Science Horizons Youth Internship 

    Clean Foundation
    Hire an intern for 6 to 12 months for a positions that help combat climate changes and receive a subsidy of up to 50% of their salary, maximum $25 000 (80% for youth from employment equity groups).

  • Clean Leadership — Professional Internships 

    ​Clean Foundation
    Get a wage subsidy to cover up to 50% of the costs of hiring a professional intern for a minimum of 6 months, in a position with an environmental focus.

  • Collaborative Research and Development Grants 

    ​Natural Sciences and engineering Research Council of Canada
    You could get a university to help you with your research project in natural sciences or engineering if you contribute half the costs of the project.

  • Collective entrepreneurship financing 

    Investissement Québec
    Loans covering up to 100% of the costs for most co-operative and not-for-profit business projects, starting at $50,000.

  • Community Bond Subscription Fund 

    PME MTL
    Obtain financial support for your social economy enterprise for the development of your business project by issuing community bonds.

  • Community Futures Network of Canada 

    ​Community Futures
    If your business is located in a rural community, and doesn’t qualify for the federal wage subsidy or other supports, you may be eligible for financial assistance through your Community Futures Network Canada to help continue your operations, including paying your employees, and to prepare for a successful recovery from the effects of COVID-19.

  • Community Futures Program 

    Canada Economic Development for Quebec Regions
    Get funding for starting or growing a business in a rural or disadvantaged area of the province of Quebec.

  • Compensation for Employers of Reservists Program 

    Employment and Social Development Canada
    If you are a civilian employer of reservists or a self-employed reservist, get financial assistance to offset operational costs you incur when reservists deploy on full-time operational duty, both domestically and abroad.

  • Compétivert — Funding Solution 

    ​Investissement Québec
    Get a term loan and guarantee starting at $50,000 to increase productivity by financing your green projects.

  • Compétivert — Investment Matching Solution 

    ​Investissement Québec
    Your Quebec business with strong growth potential could secure the capital needed to carry out projects that have a significant impact on the environment and a strong market potential.

  • Consolidating the entrepreneurial life cycle in the ecological transition 

    ​Ville de Montréal
    Get funding to support future companies, start-ups, SMEs and large companies in the implementation of projects related to the ecological transition: start-up, support and technology transfer.

  • Creation of a human resources department 

    Emploi Québec
    If your business is expanding, get money to cover up to 50% of the costs of hiring an HRM professional to analyze your company's needs and help you set up a human resources department.

  • Créavenir 

    ​Desjardins
    If you are under 35 years of age and starting a business or developing a business that is less than 3 years old, obtain financial assistance in the form of a line of credit of up to $15,000 at a preferential rate of 0.5% and a grant of up to $5000.

  • DEL's COVID-19 Loan 

    Développement économique de l'agglomération de Longueuil
    Is your business struggling with a lack of funds due to the pandemic? Get up to $100,000 to cover your working capital.

  • Development Capital — Equity financing 

    Investissement Québec
    Developmental capital of $5 million or more (20% to 30% of shares) to acquire a company in Quebec or abroad, for growth and productivity enhancements, and more.

  • Development Capital —Debt financing 

    Investissement Québec
    Debt financing up to $100 million to acquire a company in Quebec or abroad, for growth and productivity enhancements, and more.

  • Digital Skills for Youth Program 

    ​Innovation, Science and Economic Development Canada
    Get a subsidy of up to $30,000 to cover the wages and associated training costs when you hire a post-secondary graduate 15 to 30 years old. You must provide the intern with digital and soft-skills experiences that will prepare them for the workplace.

  • Disaster Mitigation and Adaptation Fund 

    ​Infrastructure Canada
    ​You can apply for funding to build, repair or replace community infrastructure that has been, or could be, damaged due to natural disasters.

  • Documentary Heritage Communities Program 

    Library and Archives Canada
    Receive funding to cover up to 100% of the project costs to document Canada's continuing memory and history to make it accessible to current and future generations.

  • ECO Canada — Environmental Employability Pathways 

    ​ECO Canada
    Hire a part-time or full-time intern facing barriers and receive up to $15,000 to cover 100% of their salary, to develop their employability skills and obtain work experience that will prepare them to obtain and keep employment.

  • EDC — Account Performance Security Guarantee 

    ​Export Development Canada
    Get 100% coverage of bonds posted by your bank on your behalf, and issue letters of guarantee associated with contractual, regulatory and supplier guarantees. This frees up your cash or credit line to expand your business.

  • EDC — Buyer financing 

    ​Export Development Canada
    Get a loan guarantee to give your business a competitive edge and to reduce your risk of non-payment. Offer flexible repayment terms on loans for your international customers, covering their purchases from you, for transactions of less than $10 million.

  • EDC — Direct Lending 

    ​Export Development Canada
    Get a secured loan to help you expand internationally. You can use the loan to help finance equipment or facilities, or establish a foreign affiliate. Lending amounts are based on the level of risk and the market involved.

  • EDC — Export Guarantee Program 

    ​Export Development Canada
    Get an EDC loan guarantee of up to $10 million on money you borrow from your bank, allowing you to increase your access to capital. This will help you manage your cash flow, increase international sales, and support your investments.

  • EDC — Foreign Exchange Facility Guarantee 

    ​Export Development Canada
    Your EDC-approved financial institution or foreign exchange service provider will receive a 100% risk transfer solution on eligible foreign exchange contracts of up to 3 years, without you having to post collateral as payment assurance. This frees up your cash flow to take on more business and protect your profit margins.

  • EDC — Mid-Market Guarantee and Financing Program 

    ​Export Development Canada
    If you’re a mid-sized exporter, international investor or business selling your products or services within Canada, you can get a guarantee up to 75% on new operating credit and cash-flow loans ranging in size from $16.75 million to $300 million. More details will be made available soon.

  • EDC — Performance Security Insurance 

    ​Export Development Canada
    Get insurance for up to 95% of your losses if a foreign customer wrongfully calls a letter of guarantee or if a call is triggered by you not being able to meet your obligations due to specific political risks. This protection helps you expand to new markets with the ability to provide letters of guarantee to secure contracts.

  • EDC — Portfolio Credit Insurance 

    ​Export Development Canada
    Get coverage of up to 90% of your losses if your international customer can’t pay for an order, whether you are an occasional exporter or regular exporter.

  • EDC — Structured and Project Finance 

    ​Export Development Canada
    Are you undertaking a long-term, capital-intensive project? Get financing, step-by-step guidance, market intelligence and expertise across a range of sectors, including renewables and sustainable technologies, energy, infrastructure, and extractive industries.

  • EDC — Surety Bond Insurance 

    ​Export Development Canada
    Want to grow your business and go after more international contracts? You can offer your surety company protection against potential losses if you are unable to deliver on your contractual, financial or regulatory obligations and your customer demands payment against your surety bond.

  • EDC — Women in Trade Investments Program 

    Export Development Canada
    Get equity capital for your high-revenue, women-led business in the form of direct investment or venture capital funds, to grow and scale to new markets.

  • EI Premium Reduction Program 

    ​Employment and Social Development Canada
    You could get a premium reduction in the short-term disability benefits you pay to your insured employees.

  • ESSOR — Concerted temporary action program for businesses 

    Investissement Québec
    Get a loan or loan guarantee of at least $50,000 to increase your working capital if your business or cooperative is facing temporary difficulties meeting supply and demand requirements as a result of COVID-19.

  • ESSOR — Concerted temporary action program for businesses - Tourism industry 

    Investissement Québec
    If your liquidity has been affected by COVID-19, you could get a loan or other types of financing up to $ 100,000 to help with cash flow.

  • ESSOR — Investment 

    Investissement Québec
    Get a loan of $100,000 or more for manufacturing-innovation projects and $250,000 or more for the creation of a new business or expansion/modernization of an existing business.

  • EUREKA! 

    ​National Research Council Canada
    Get funding for industrial R&D projects of any size when you collaborate with a foreign partner in the EUREKA! network, including those from Europe, Israel, and South Korea.

  • EcoAction Community Funding Program 

    Environment and natural resources
    Are you working on projects that contribute to water quality or climate change? If you have a business, consider partnering with an eligible applicant who can apply for funding.

  • Economic Diversification Fund - MRC des Appalaches 

    Investissement Québec
    Get a loan to help cover the costs of a business development project in the MRC des Appalaches that improves business productivity and competitiveness.

  • Economic Diversification Fund — Central Quebec and La Mauricie 

    Investissement Québec
    Contributions or loans for business development projects in central Quebec or the Mauricie.

  • Economic Diversification Fund — MRC des Sources 

    Investissement Québec
    Contributions or loans for business development projects in the MRC des Sources region of Quebec.

  • Efficient Solutions Program 

    Hydro-Québec
    Financial assistance to implement energy efficiency measures involving lighting, variable-frequency drives, compressed air, water chilling and industrial refrigeration.

  • Electricity Management Systems 

    Hydro-Québec
    Up to $75,000 to purchase and install continuous measuring equipment and up to $75,000 for development and implementation of an electricity management system.

  • Employment Integration Program for Immigrants and Visible Minorities (PRIIME) 

    Emploi Québec
    Wage subsidy for up to 52 weeks for employers who hire immigrants or visible minorities for a first experience in their field in a sustainable job.

  • Employment integration — Wage subsidies 

    Emploi Québec
    Hire someone on income security or employment insurance to qualify for a wage subsidy of up to 30 weeks for private sector businesses and longer periods for social enterprises.

  • Employment stabilization 

    Emploi Québec
    Get up to $5,000 to cover up to 50% of wages for staff whose jobs have been stabilized, when you find ways to extend the working season.

  • Engage grants 

    ​Natural Sciences and Engineering Research Council of Canada
    ​If your business operates in Canada, you could receive up to $25,000 when you partner with a college or university to develop valuable technology.

  • Environmental Damages Fund 

    Environment and natural resources Canada
    If your business partners with an eligible group, you could receive funding to address environment damage.

  • Evol — Conventional start-up loan 

    ​Evol
    Get a loan ranging from $20,000 to $75,000 for your new business start-up projects (0 to 2 years).

  • FIJE Fund 

    Centre d'Aide aux Entreprises Haute-Yamaska et région
    If you are a woman, a young person under 39 years of age or an immigrant, you may be eligible for a business loan of up to $50,000 at a rate of prime +3%.

  • Fast-Track to Financing Program 

    Natural Products Canada
    If you're a Canadian incorporated SME, start-up company, or academic research institute, you can get a contribution of up to $25,000 for the cost of an external consultant or other service provider that will help develop a business or commercialization plan.

  • Financing of Refundable Tax Credits 

    Investissement Québec
    If you're eligible for a refundable tax credit and need the funds to carry out your project right away, you can get a loan of up to 100% of the anticipated amount, starting at $50,000 for scientific research and experimental development (SR&ED) tax credits and at $20,000 for other tax credits.

  • First Nations and Inuit Summer Work Experience Program 

    Indigenous Services Canada
    Get a contribution when you develop a project that creates summer jobs of at least 80 hours for First Nations and Inuit youth.

  • Fonds Développement industriel et durable 

    ​PME MTL
    Obtain financial assistance of up to $50,000 for the realization of a business project in the implementation, expansion and transfer or succession phases of your company.

  • Fonds Jeunes Promoteurs (JP) - Beauce (in French only)

    ​Conseil économique de Beauce
    Get a loan of up to $10,000 to help you buy or start your first business.

  • Fonds Jeunes Promoteurs (JP) - Côte-de-Beaupré (in French only)

    ​Développement Côte-de-Beaupré
    Get a loan of up to $10,000 to help you buy or start your first business.

  • Fonds Jeunes Promoteurs (JP) - MRC Les Moulins (in French only)

    MRC Les Moulins
    Get a loan of up to $10,000 to help you buy or start your first business.

  • Fonds Jeunes Promoteurs (JP) - MRC Papineau (in French only)

    ​MRC Papineau
    Get a loan of up to $10,000 to help you buy or start your first business.

  • Fonds Jeunes Promoteurs (JP) - MRC d'Abitibi-Ouest [PDF](in French only)

    MRC d'Abitibi-Ouest
    Get a loan of up to $10,000 to help you buy or start your first business.

  • Fonds Jeunes Promoteurs (JP) - MRC d'Arthabaska (in French only)

    MRC d'Arthabaska
    Get a loan of up to $10,000 to help you buy or start your first business.

  • Fonds Jeunes Promoteurs (JP) - MRC de Bellechasse (in French only)

    ​MRC de Bellechasse
    Get a loan of up to $10,000 to help you buy or start your first business.

  • Fonds Jeunes Promoteurs (JP) - MRC de Maskinongé (in French only)

    ​MRC de Maskinongé
    Get a loan of up to $10,000 to help you buy or start your first business.

  • Fonds Jeunes Promoteurs (JP) - MRC de Minganie (in French only)

    ​MRC de Minganie
    Get a grant of up to $4,000 to help you buy or start your first business.

  • Fonds Jeunes Promoteurs (JP) - MRC de Témiscouata (in French only)

    ​MRC de Témiscouata
    Get a loan of up to $10,000 to help you buy or start your first business.

  • Fonds Jeunes Promoteurs (JP) - MRC de l'île d'Orléans (in French only)

    MRC de l'Île d'Orléans
    Get a loan of up to $10,000 to help you buy or start your first business.

  • Fonds Jeunes Promoteurs (JP) - MRC de la Jacques-Cartier (in French only)

    ​MRC de la Jacques-Cartier
    Get a loan of up to $10,000 to help you buy or start your first business.

  • Fonds Moins c'est plus (in French only)

    ​La Ruche
    ​Do you have an innovative project that supports waste management? You could receive a contribution of up to $25,000 and the possibility of having a participatory financing campaign.

  • Fonds Mosaïque (in French only)

    Filaction
    If you are a member of one of Quebec's cultural communities, you may be eligible for funding to start a business or run a business that has been in operation for less than five years.

  • Fonds afro-entrepreneurs 

    ​Filaction
    Are you a member of one of Quebec's black communities? You could receive a loan or loan guarantee for your business' needs.

  • Fonds d'initiative et de rayonnement de la métropole (in French only)

    ​Affaires municipales et Habitation
    Receive financial support of up to $500,000 to implement a project that aims to improve the development, promotion and influence of Montreal and the metropolitan region in terms of economic, cultural, environmental and social development.

  • Fonds de la région de la Capitale-Nationale (in French only)

    ​Secrétariat de la Capitale-Nationale
    Get financial assistance to support your projects that contribute to the dynamism, vitality, development and influence of the Capitale-Nationale region.

  • Fonds de solidarité FTQ 

    ​Fonds de solidarité FTQ
    ​If your Quebec business is in a period of growth and profitability, you can use this fund to obtain personalized business solutions that meet your needs.

  • Fonds d’appui à l’entrepreneuriat collectif (FAEC)  (in French only)

    ​MRC de la Vallée-du-Richelieu
    Obtain technical support or a grant of up to $10,000 for an innovative project involving a social economy enterprise.

  • Fonds régions et ruralité FRR (in French only)

    Ministère des Affaires municipales et de l'Habitation
    Obtain funding for the implementation of a project aimed at the development and influence of the regions.

  • Fonds Écopropulsion (in French only)

    ​Corporation de développement durable
    Obtain up to $10,000 for the realization of your sustainable development project on the territories of the Arthabaska and Érable MRCs.

  • Fonds économie circulaire (in French only)

    ​Fondaction
    Obtain up to $2,000,000 for the realization of innovative projects demonstrating a strong potential for optimizing the use of resources or their valorization.

  • Foreign Credential Recognition Loan (PRTCE) 

    Microcrédit Montréal and Le Moulin Microcrédits
    If you are a foreign-trained or foreign-graduated student and are experiencing financial difficulties related to the process of having your degree and professional qualifications recognized in Quebec, you may be eligible for a loan of up to $15,000.

  • Foreign Credential Recognition Program 

    Employment and Social Development Canada
    Your NPO could receive financing to create and implement processes and tools to recognize training and skills acquired abroad.

  • Futurpreneur Canada Indigenous Program 

    Futurpreneur Canada
    Get a collateral-free loan of up to $60,000, along with 2 years of expert business mentoring and resources to get your startup off the ground if you're an Indigenous person 18–39 years old.

  • Futurpreneur Canada Newcomer Program 

    Futurpreneur Canada
    Get a loan of up to $25,000 to start a business in Canada, without having an established credit history.

  • Futurpreneur Canada Side Hustle 

    Futurpreneur Canada
    If you're a young professional (18 to 39 years old) with a full-time job, you can get up to $15,000 and mentoring to launch or grow a side business.

  • Futurpreneur Canada Start-Up Program 

    Futurpreneur Canada
    Get a collateral-free loan of up to $60,000, along with 2 years of expert business mentoring to get your startup off the ground if you're 18–39 years old.

  • GoodSpark Fund 

    ​Desjardins
    ​Are you working on a project in education, environment, employment or entrepreneurship? You can bring it to life thanks to access to grants from a $150-million fund.

  • Grand Challenges Canada 

    Grand Challenges Canada
    Have a bold idea for an innovation that will save and improve lives? Apply to the challenges that are posted and get funding of up to $10 million to bring your idea to vulnerable populations.

  • Group Recovery Support Program (in French only)

    Centre de transfert d'entreprise du Québec
    ​Do you want to transfer or buy a business? If so, you can receive funding to help you.

  • ICTC — Work Integrated Learning Program 

    ​Information and Communications Technology Council
    Get a wage subsidy to cover up to 75% of the costs of a work term placement that provides post-secondary students with digital learning, to a maximum of $7,500 per placement, with maximum coverage for first-year students or those in under-represented groups.

  • INNOGEC - Relance Fund (in French only)

    ​Filaction
    ​Get up to $10,000 to cover the fees of experts who will help your collective business assess the situation following the health crisis and up to $30,000 for them to assist you with your change management plan, recovery or business model adjustment.

  • INNOGEC Fund (in French only)

    ​Filaction
    ​Get up to $15,000 to cover a portion of the service fees of management and governance consultants employed by your group company.

  • Immediate response measures for small businesses 

    Société d’Aide au Développement des Collectivité
    If your Outaouais business has experienced financial losses as a result of COVID-19, you could access flexible loans up to $300,000 tailored to your business needs.

  • Impulsion PME 

    ​Investissement Québec
    Investment for start-up of young innovative businesses with growth potential located in Quebec region.

  • Impulsion–Compétences (in French only)

    Commission des partenaires du marché du travail
    Get financial assistance to implement training projects that meet the needs of businesses and workers.

  • Indigenous Growth Fund 

    National Aboriginal Capital Corporations Association (NACCA)
    Access investments to help you develop your Aboriginal business.

  • Indigenous business at EDC 

    Export Development Canada
    Get support for building a global brand and removing barriers to access for your Indigenous business, whether you’re exporting products, services or experiences.

  • Initiative en Créativité entrepreneuriale jeunesse en Francophonie (in French only)

    ​Les Offices jeunesse internationaux du Québec
    Obtain coaching and financial support for the realization of entrepreneurial projects involving mobility in one of the territories of the member states and governments of the Organisation internationale de la Francophonie (OIF).

  • Innovation Guelph — Rhyze Up! Program 

    Innovation Guelph
    You can get access to experts and leadership coaching to boost business momentum. Program provides mentorship, subsidy based project work.

  • Innovation Program (in French only)

    ​Investissement Québec
    ​Your eligible SME, cooperative or non-profit organization could receive funding to support technological, organizational and social innovation projects.

  • Innovation for Defence Excellence and Security (IDEaS) 

    Department of National Defence
    Check out current and future challenges and submit your ideas for a chance to get money to pursue your ideas and help the Canadian Armed Forces solve defence and security issues.

  • Innovative Solutions Canada Program 

    Science and Economic Development Canada
    Your small business could get funding to come up with an innovative solution to a government challenge, with access to early-stage development, testing and validation of a prototype, and a pathway to commercialization.

  • Innovative Solutions Canada — Testing stream 

    Innovation, Science and Economic Development Canada
    Get your product or service innovation tested and gain valuable feedback before taking it to market. You may also be eligible for funding where available, and where there is a significant level of interest in testing your innovation.

  • Innovexport Fund 

    Fonds Innovexport
    Get an equity or quasi-equity investment between $50,000 and $1 millon dollars as an initial disbursement for your project, with possible additional investments up to a maximum of $3 million.

  • Invest-AI (in French only)

    ​Vooban
    Have you started your digital transformation and have one or more projects with an AI component? You could receive a grant to cover up to 50% of your activities.

  • Job creation assistance (in French only)

    ​Emploi Québec
    Receive technical and financial assistance to meet your new workforce needs.

  • Job integration contract 

    Emploi Québec
    Get salary support and reimbursement of certain additional expenses necessary for the integration and employment of a person with a disability.

  • Lac-Mégantic Economic Assistance Fund 

    Investissement Québec
    Whether your business operates inside or outside of Quebec, you can obtain a loan, loan guarantee or non-repayable contribution towards an investment that contributes to the economy of Lac Mégantic.

  • Le Fonds YUL / 375 idées (in French only)

    ​Jeune chambre de commerce de Montréal
    ​Are you a Montreal entrepreneur between the ages of 18 and 40? If so, you can receive a loan to start or grow your business.

  • Level UP (in French only)

    ​Riipen
    Access fully subsidized internships for hosting a university student from Canada.

  • Loans for internationally trained professionals 

    Microcrédit Montréal
    Receive funding of up to $15,000 to cover the costs of your professional certification.

  • Local investment fund 

    Ministère de l'Économie et de l'Innovation
    Loans and loan guarantees to start or expand a business, or purchase at least 25% of an existing business, in Quebec.

  • Magnet — Student Work Placement Program 

    ​Magnet
    Get a wage subsidy to cover up to 75% of the costs of a work term placement, to a maximum of $7,500 per placement, when you hire a post-secondary student.

  • Mass layoff (in French only)

    ​Emploi-Québec
    If you plan to lay off more than 50 people, you could receive technical and financial assistance to set up a reclassification assistance committee.

  • Metropolitan Initiative and Outreach Fund – Stream 1 

    ​Ministère des Affaires municipales et de l'Habitation
    Receive financial support to carry out operations aimed at improving the development, promotion and outreach of Montreal and the metropolitan region.

  • Metropolitan Initiative and Outreach Fund – Stream 2 

    Ministère des Affaires municipales et de l'Habitation
    Access funding to address theme-based calls for projects in the economic, cultural, environmental and social fields to improve the quality of life in the metropolis and the metropolitan region of Montreal.

  • MicroEntreprendre 

    MicroEntreprendre
    Quebec entrepreneurs who are unable to obtain financing in conventional financing networks can obtain loans of $2 000 to $20,000 and support.

  • Mitacs Accelerate 

    Mitacs
    Stretch your $7,500 investment and expand your R&D potential by collaborating with faculty, college students, graduate students, and postdoctoral fellows on your company's complex research challenges.

  • Mitacs Accelerate International 

    Mitacs
    Get a grant of up to $15,000 when you partner with international researchers and universities to work on projects that benefit Canada by bringing talent here, creating domestically-held IP, increasing foreign investment and more.

  • Mitacs Elevate — Thematic Call 

    Mitacs
    Get a financial contribution of up to $40,000 in matching funds and be partnered with a postdoctoral fellow to help solve your business challenges on projects addressing at least one of the key priority sectors of artificial intelligence, biomanufacturing, clean tech, or quantum science. 

  • Mitacs — Accelerate Entrepreneur 

    ​Mitacs
    Funds for student and postdoctoral entrepreneurs to further develop the research or technology at the core of their start-up business.

  • Mitacs — Business Strategy Internship 

    ​Mitacs
    Get a contribution to cover a portion of eligible expenses for a collaborative project. Activities should address a business innovation components (R&D to improve connectivity, access to innovation, enabling partnerships and providing training for SMEs, women, Indigenous peoples and other underrepresented groups).

  • Momentum Fund – Desjardins 

    ​Desjardins
    Are you working on a high-quality growth or job creation project? You can bring it to life thanks to grants from a $10-million fund.

  • Montreal Social Value Fund 

    ​National Social Value Fund
    ​Does your social enterprise, NPO, or cooperative offer sustainable solutions to achieve 2030 Sustainable Development Goals (SDG)? You could receive up to $70,000 to achieve your objectives.

  • NRC Pandemic Response Challenge Program 

    National Research Council
    If your organization offers its capabilities and expertise to help fight against COVID-19, you could get financing to cover the costs of collaborative R&D projects. The program is focused on 3 main research areas: rapid detection and diagnosis, therapeutics and vaccine development, and digital health.

  • National Bank SME Growth Fund 

    ​National Bank
    ​Receive up to $15 million for the growth, transfer or purchase of your company.

  • National Trade Corridors Fund — Continuous Call 

    Transport Canada
    Get a financial contribution for projects that improve access to overseas markets, in particular ones that add capacity or address bottlenecks near major ports, airports, or along road and rail corridors in Canada.

  • Official Languages Economic Development Initiative in Quebec — For-profit 

    ​Canada Economic Development for the Quebec regions
    Get a repayable contribution to cover up to 50% of the costs of a project that supports the economic development of an official-language minority community in Quebec through a range of activities.

  • Official Languages Economic Development Initiative in Quebec — Not-for-profit 

    ​Canada Economic Development for the Quebec regions
    Get a non-repayable contribution to cover up to 90% of the costs of a project that supports the economic development of an official-language minority community in Quebec through a range of activities.

  • PME MTL – Créavenir 

    PME MTL
    If you are less than 35 years old and starting a business on Montreal Island, get financial assistance of up to $10,000 — 30% of which is a subsidy, and 70% of which is a loan.

  • PME MTL – New Community Businesses 

    PME MTL
    Your new community-based venture may be eligible to receive $23,000 in loans and subsidies.

  • PME MTL – PME MTL Fund 

    PME MTL
    Get a low-interest-rate loan of up to $300,000 to start or grow your business.

  • PME MTL – Social Initiatives 

    PME MTL
    Get up to $50,000 in subsidy and resources to start a social initiative.

  • PME MTL – Solidarity Fund 

    PME MTL
    Get a low interest rate loan of up to $100,000 to start or grow your business.

  • PME MTL – Subsidies to support social economy initiatives 

    ​PME MTL
    Get a non repayable contribution of up to $50,000 to cover up to 80% of the costs of undertaking an innovative social economy project from planning stage to growth.

  • PME MTL – Young Business 

    PME MTL
    Get up to $15,000 to help with your start-up and growth.

  • ProMontreal entrepreneurs (PME) Fund 

    Agence Ometz
    You are a young entrepreneur and a member of the Jewish community? You could get $50,000 to start or run your business in Montreal.

  • Productivity innovation – Financing (in French only)

    ​Investissement Québec
    ​Do you have a Quebec business and want to introduce innovative initiatives to drive competitiveness and accelerate growth? You could receive financial aid from Investissement Québec to implement them.

  • Programme d'aide financière pour promoteurs collectifs (in French only)

    Commission des partenaires du marché du travail
    Get financial assistance for your training needs if you are a group sponsor.

  • Programme d'aide à l'intégration en emploi des membres des Premières Nations et des Inuits (PAIPNI) (in French only)

    Emploi-Québec
    Get a grant to hire an Aboriginal worker.

  • Programme d'appui à la francophonie canadienne – Volet 4 : Initiatives d'organismes pancanadiens (in French only)

    Secrétariat du Québec aux relations canadiennes
    Receive financial assistance of up to 90% of your eligible expenses or $150,000 to support your major projects that have a positive impact on several Francophone and Acadian communities or a significant positive impact on the promotion of French in Canada.
    This component is intended for organizations with a pan-Canadian scope or for Quebec organizations that are co-applicants with a pan-Canadian scope.

  • Programme de formations de courte durée COUD - Volet général de requalification et de rehaussement des compétences (in French only)

    Commission des partenaires du marché du travail
    Receive financial assistance for up to 100% of the expenses related to the training of current or future employees.

  • Programme de soutien au développement des débouchés et d’innovations technologiques pour le traitement de matières résiduelles au Québec (in French only)

    ​RECYC-QUÉBEC
    Obtain financial assistance of up to $1 million for the modernization of an existing facility or the development of waste conditioning, recycling and recovery.

  • Programme de soutien aux communautés isolées (in French only)

    RECYC-QUÉBEC
    Receive financial assistance of up to $960,000 for the implementation of practices, measures and strategies to optimize waste management in remote areas.

  • Programme de soutien financier aux orientations gouvernementales en action communautaire et en action bénévole (in French only)

    Ministère du Travail, de l'Emploi et de la Solidarité sociale
    Obtain financial support of up to $400,000 for the research and implementation of projects that support government orientations in community action.

  • Programme de soutien à l'économie sociale - volet 3: Projets structurants de mutualisation (in French only)

    Ministère de l'Économie et de l'Innovation
    Obtain support for projects involving the sharing or pooling of resources, services or activities between social economy enterprises in order to optimize access to these resources and ensure the economic viability of the enterprises.

  • Programme de soutien à l'économie sociale - volet 4: Approvisionnement auprès des entreprises d'économie sociale (in French only)

    Ministère de l'Économie et de l'Innovation
    Get financial support for promotional and outreach activities that allow your company to access government, municipal and private markets.

  • Programme de soutien à la commercialisation et à l'exportation (PSCE) (in French only)

    ​Investissement Québec
    Obtain financing to strengthen your SME's ability to commercialize its products and services on the Quebec market and to export them to national and international markets.

  • Programme de soutien à l’économie sociale – volet 1: Accompagnement spécialisé des entreprises d’économie sociale (in French only)

    Ministère de l'Économie et de l'Innovation
    Get support for projects that provide a continuum of specialized social economy support services for each of the legal forms of the social economy.

  • Programme de soutien à l’économie sociale – volet 2: Développement de secteurs stratégiques en économie sociale (in French only)

    Ministère de l'Économie et de l'Innovation
    Obtain support for concerted initiatives and the deployment of structuring activity programs.

  • Programme d’aide financière pour la formation d’appoint en reconnaissance des compétences (PAFFARC) (in French only)

    Immigration, Francisation et Intégration Québec
    Receive stipends for additional training that will allow you to obtain recognition of your skills by a regulatory body.

  • Programme d’appui au développement des secteurs stratégiques et des créneaux d’excellence (in French only)

    Ministère de l'Économie et de l'Innovation
    Receive a grant of up to 50% of the cost of eligible expenses for the implementation of departmental and governmental strategies for the development of strategic sectors and niches of excellence.

  • Programme d’appui à la francophonie canadienne – Volet 1 : Mission exploratoire (in French only)

    Secrétariat du Québec aux relations canadiennes
    Receive financial assistance of up to 90% of your eligible expenses or $7,000 for your search for partners to develop projects to promote French across the country with organizations in other provinces and territories.

  • Programme d’appui à la francophonie canadienne – Volet 2 : Transfert d’expertise (in French only)

    Secrétariat du Québec aux relations canadiennes
    Receive financial assistance of up to 90 % of your eligible expenses or $10,000 for projects that promote the sharing of Francophone expertise between Quebec and the Canadian Francophonie.

  • Programme d’appui à la francophonie canadienne – Volet 3 : Partenariats (in French only)

    Secrétariat du Québec aux relations canadiennes
    Receive financial assistance of up to 90% of your eligible expenses or $60,000 for projects that encourage twinning and collaboration between organizations in Quebec and in other Canadian provinces and territories.

  • Programme d’immobilisation en entrepreneuriat collectif (PIEC) (in French only)

    ​Investissement Québec
    Obtain up to $500,000 for your renovation, construction and acquisition projects of your social economy enterprise. 

  • Project Financing 

    Investissement Québec
    Loans, loan guarantees or capital investments of $50,000 and up for projects involving expansion, exporting, modernization, innovation, buildings and equipment, marketing and more.

  • Projet Continuum-Entreprise (in French only)

    Réseau des services spécialisés de main-d'œuvre
    Benefit from expertise and a wage subsidy to facilitate the integration of a diverse clientele and allow for sustainable job retention.

  • Proof-of-Concept Program 

    ​Natural Products Canada
    If you are a researcher, startup, or SME, get repayable financing of up to $100,000 to cover up to 50% of the costs of demonstrating the commercial viability of innovative natural products or technologies.

  • Quebec Business Transfer Fund 

    Centre de transfert d'entreprise du Québec
    Get specific business transfer funding to promote entrepreneurial growth and succession of existing businesses.

  • Quebec Economic Development Program 

    Canada Economic Development for Quebec Regions
    ​Find out about financial and other resources that can help you develop your Quebec business.

  • RBC Black Entrepreneur Program 

    ​Royal Bank of Canada
    Get financing and expert advice to drive economic growth and wealth creation for your business.

  • REGI — Business Scale-up and Productivity — CED (QC) — Private sector 

    ​Canada Economic Development for Quebec Regions
    Get a financial contribution to help you scale up and expand, adopt and commercialize innovative technologies and processes, or diversify your markets.

  • REGI — Regional Innovation Ecosystems — CED (QC) — Not-for-profit 

    ​Canada Economic Development for Quebec Regions
    Your organization could get a financial contribution to assist businesses at all stages of development in scaling up and becoming more globally competitive. Investments will focus on enhancing business support networks for under-represented groups — including women, Indigenous peoples and young entrepreneurs — and supporting regional strategic clusters, accelerators and incubators, and projects that attract foreign investments.

  • REGI — Regional Innovation Ecosystems — CED (QC) — Private sector 

    ​Canada Economic Development for Quebec Regions
    Your organization could get a financial contribution to assist you in scaling up and becoming more globally competitive. Investments will focus on enhancing business support networks for under-represented groups — including women, Indigenous peoples and young entrepreneurs — and supporting regional strategic clusters, accelerators and incubators, and projects that attract foreign investments.

  • Recyc-Québec — Ecodesign strategies 

    ​Recyc-Québec
    ​Receive a grant of up to $400,000 to cover 70% of eligible cost for projects that design products with reduced environmental impacts or incorporate increased recycled content.

  • Recyc-Québec — Opportunities in targeted material 

    ​Recyc-Québec
    ​Get a grant of up to $100K to cover up to 70% of eligible costs for projects to reduce at the source materials that are difficult to manage.

  • Research Consortium Tax Credit 

    Ministère de l'Économie et de l'Innovation
    Private-sector partners creating a non-profit consortium for cooperative, pre-competitive research can get a tax credit of 30% applicable on 80% of the costs.<

  • Rise – Small Business Lending 

    Rise
    Get a loan of up to $10,000 to launch or grow a business at the prime rate + 2.5%, with an average term of 3 years, or a specific loan for youth entrepreneurs or for event planning.

  • Roulez Vert — New vehicle rebate 

    Ministère de l’Énergie et des Ressources naturelles
    Does your organization operate a road fleet? Get a rebate of up to $7,000 on the purchase or lease of a new electric vehicle, depending on its type and condition.

  • Roulez Vert — Used vehicle rebate 

    Ministère de l’Énergie et des Ressources naturelles
    Get up to $3,500 to purchase an all-electric, used vehicle for your business, from a list of eligible vehicles.

  • Roulez vert - Charging station at work 

    Ministère de l’Énergie et des Ressources naturelles
    If you are a business, a municipality or an organization, you can obtain up to 50% of the eligible expenses for the recharging of your corporate vehicles or your employees, for the acquisition or installation of recharging stations in the workplace, equal to $5,000 per wireless recharging station or $5,000 per connector (for a recharging station equipped with one or more connectors).

  • Réseau des SADC et CAE (Network of CFDCs and CBDCs) 

    ​Réseau des SADC et CAE
    ​If you live in a rural region of Quebec, you could access business counseling, financing and training to start or grow your business.

  • SME In Action Program — Support for SME productivity 

    Investissement Québec
    Non-repayable contribution of up to $50,000 for supply chain optimization, implementation of management systems or customer relationship management systems, applying production standards or implementing a cost accounting system.

  • SME In Action Program — Support for the realization of investment projects 

    Investissement Québec
    Non-repayable contribution of up to $100,000 in funding for feasibility studies, market analysis, site selection and other activities related to assessing the opportunity to establish a presence in Quebec.

  • SOCCA — Term loan for Indigenous businesses 

    Native Commercial Credit Corporation
    If your First Nations business is looking to start-up, expand, acquire a new business, you can get a competitive term loan to help cover up to 70% of the costs, so long as you can contribute at least 10% of the costs yourself.

  • Scale AI (in French only)

    ​Vooban
    Have you started your digital transformation and have a project or projects with AI components? You could receive a grant covering up to 50% of your activities to integrate artificial intelligence into your supply chain?

  • Science and Technology (S&T) Internship Program - Green Jobs 

    ​Natural Resources Canada
    ​If your business is in the geomatics, geology, mining, forestry or energy industry, you could get money to hire a recent graduate of natural sciences.

  • Scotiabank Women Initiative 

    ​Scotiabank
    Access capital, training, consulting and mentoring to develop your women-owned business.

  • Skills and Partnership Fund 

    ​Employment and Social Development Canada
    Receive up to $50 million in funding for your Indigenous organization to support your partnerships with industry employers and provide skills training for Indigenous peoples.

  • Smart Renewables and Electrification Pathways Program 

    ​Natural Resources Canada
    Get a repayable contribution of up to $50 million for a project that involves renewable energy, an emerging technology, or grid modernization, and covers up to 10%, 30% and 50% of the project costs for each of these 3 streams, respectively.

  • Société d’Investissement Jeunesse Loan Program (in French only)

    société d'investissement jeunesse
    ​Are you aged 18 to 40 and the owner of an innovative technology business? You could receive a loan of up to $150,000.

  • Solunov 

    ​Fonds de solidarité FTQ
    ​If you would like to implement an innovative solution into your business, you could benefit from coaching assistance as well as funding.

  • Soutien au développement des compétences pour encourager la diversification et le commerce international (in French only)

    ​Emploi-Québec
    Get financial assistance for training your employees and managers on market and goods/services diversification and international trade.

  • Soutien aux initiatives de développement économique dans l'arrondissement d'Ahuntsic-Cartierville (in French only)

    ​Ville de Montréal
    Get financial assistance to propel your collective economic development initiatives.

  • Strategic Innovation Fund — Stream 1 

    Innovation, Science and Economic Development Canada
    Get a contribution of up to 50% of eligible expenses to conduct R&D that will accelerate technology transfer and commercialization of innovative products, processes and services.

  • Strategic Innovation Fund — Stream 2 

    Innovation, Science and Economic Development Canada
    Get a contribution of up to 50% of eligible expenses to support the expansion or material improvement of existing industrial or technological facilities, or projects.

  • Strategic Innovation Fund — Stream 3 

    Innovation, Science and Economic Development Canada
    Get a contribution of up to 50% of eligible expenses for projects that support, attract and retain new investment in industrial or technological facilities in Canada.

  • Strategic Innovation Fund — Stream 5 

    Innovation, Science and Economic Development Canada
    Get a financial contribution to cover project expenses when you collaborate across various organizations (SMEs, incubators/accelerators, academic and research institutions, and large corporations) with the goal of accelerating the commercialization of your technology on a national level.

  • Student Work Placement Program 

    Employment and Social Development Canada
    Subsidy of $5,000 to $7,000 to hire post-secondary students studying science, technology, engineering or math (STEM) for a placement.

  • Subsidy for buildings occupied by social economy businesses - Component 1: Acquisition of a building or lot 

    ​City of Montreal
    Obtain financing for the acquisition of a building or land for your social economy enterprise.

  • Support for Indigenous SMEs and AFIs 

    ​Government of Canada
    If you operate a small or medium-sized Indigenous business that has been negatively affected by COVID-19, you could get a short-term, interest-free loan up to $30,000 or a non-repayable contribution up to $10,000 through an Aboriginal Financial Institution.

  • Support for innovation projects 

    Investissement Québec
    Get up to $350,000 to cover 50% of the costs of project planning, R&D, technology validation and technological showcase activities relating to the development of innovative products or processes.

  • Support for self-employment 

    Emploi Québec
    If you are receiving employment insurance benefits or benefits from a last-resort financial assistance program, you may be eligible for financial support and technical advice to develop a business plan and start your own business or create your own job.

  • Sustainable Development Technology Fund 

    Sustainable Development Technology Canada
    Get a non-repayable contribution of up to $5 million for your pre-commercial technology that helps fight climate change, or deals with clean air, water and soil.

  • Synergy Capital 

    ​Investissement Québec
    ​Are you an established corporation that subscribes for shares of an innovative growth-stage corporation? Obtain a non-refundable tax credit of up to $225,000.

  • TECHNATION — Career Ready Program 

    ​TECHNATION
    Get a wage subsidy to cover up to 75% of the costs of a work term placement, to a maximum of $7,500 per placement, when you hire a post-secondary student. Maximum coverage for first-year students or those in under-represented groups.

  • Talent Opportunities Program 

    O​ntario Chamber of Commerce
    Get a wage subsidy of up to $7,000 per student if you hire post-secondary students for WIL placements.

  • Tax Credit for Pre-Competitive Private Partnership Research 

    Ministère de l'Économie et de l'Innovation
    Refundable tax credit of up to 30% for R&D work conducted in partnership with another private company.

  • Tax Credit for Salaries and Wages R&D 

    Revenu Québec
    Tax credit of 14 to 30% of labour costs for scientific research and experimental development expenditures in Quebec.

  • Tax Holiday for Foreign Experts 

    Ministère de l'Économie et de l'Innovation
    Attract recognized foreign experts who are highly qualified in the implementation of innovation projects to work in Quebec. They will receive a tax holiday ranging from 100% of taxable income in the first year, to 25% in the fifth year.

  • Tax credit for Gaspésie and selected maritime regions of Quebec 

    Investissement Québec
    Tax credit on total eligible payroll of 30% for marine biotechnology, mariculture and recreational and tourism activities and 15% for all other eligible activities.

  • Tax credit for an on-the-job training period 

    Revenu Québec
    Get a tax credit of the eligible trainee wages and other costs of on-the-job training up to a maximum of 32 weeks.

  • Tax credit for technology transfer in Quebec 

    Revenu Québec
    Tax credit of 40% of the costs of transferring technology from a college technology transfer centre or liaison and transfer centre.

  • Tax credit for the design of factory-made products (industrial design component) 

    ​Ministère de l'Économie et de l'Innovation
    Tax credit of 12% to 24% on the cost of in-house design activities (salary costs up to $60,000 admissible) or on the cost of external design activities by a consultant (65% of contract fees admissible).

  • Tax credit relating to information technologies in small and medium-sized manufacturing businesses (in French only)

    Revenu Québec
    Looking to modernize your business processes? Your manufacturing or primary sector SME could get a refundable tax credit for the integration of IT.

  • Tax holiday for foreign researcher salaries in Quebec 

    Ministère de l'Économie et de l'Innovation
    Attract highly skilled foreign researchers to work on SR&ED projects in Quebec by offering them a tax holiday ranging from 100% coverage of their taxable earnings in the first two years to 25% coverage in the fifth year.

  • Technoclimat Program 

    Ministère de l'Énergie et des Ressources naturelles
    Get a contribution to cover up to 50% of the cost for technological demonstration projects relating to energy efficiency, renewable energies, bioenergy or the reduction of GHG emissions.

  • Technology and Business Demonstration 

    Hydro-Québec
    Get financial assistance of up to $500,000 to cover 75% of the costs of testing the technical and commercial viability of innovative energy-saving or power-demand optimization measures.

  • Temporary Wage Subsidy for Employers 

    ​Canada Revenue Agency
    Get a wage subsidy of up to $25,000 to cover 10% of the remuneration you paid from March 18, 2020 to June 19, 2020, up to $1,375 per eligible employee.

  • The Sky’s the Limit Challenge 

    Natural Resources Canada
    The aviation industry needs a fuel that will cut pollution and fight climate change. Can you supply it?

  • Transportez vert — Coaching 

    Ministère de l'Énergie et des Ressources naturelles
    Get financial assistance of up to $150,000 to cover up to 50% of eligible expenses involved in having a coach work with your road vehicle fleet managers on energy management, including identifying ways to reduce fuel consumption and GHG emissions, putting these measures into place, and tracking the results.

  • Transportez vert — Ecodriving Training 

    Ministère de l’Énergie et des Ressources naturelles
    Get up to $30,000 to cover up to 50% of eligible expenses involved in training fleet drivers of light or heavy-duty road vehicles in reducing energy consumption and driving more efficiently. Assistance covers up to $1,000 per training session.

  • Transportez vert — DC fast charging station 

    Ministère de l’Énergie et des Ressources naturelles
    Get financial assistance of up to $60,000 to acquire and install direct current (DC) fast charging stations to promote vehicle fleet electrification.

  • Union Training and Innovation Program — Innovation in Apprenticeship 

    ​Employment and Social Development Canada
    Get financial assistance to support innovation and broad-based partnerships for new ways of training that help apprentices, particularly those in underrepresented groups, become certified journeypersons.

  • Valorization of thermal waste 

    Ministère de l’Énergie et des Ressources naturelles
    Get financing to cover up to 100% of the costs of a thermal waste recovery project, including industrial discharges from incinerators, data centers or wastewater, to be used for the heat needs of all types of users.

  • Vector 

    ​Zú
    Does your start-up operate in the creative and entertainment industry? Do you have an innovative idea that will drive your growth? The Vector program is designed for you.

  • Workforce training measure 

    Emploi Québec
    Get a contribution of up to 50% in training costs to support the development of the professional skills of your workers and to counter the risk of job loss.

  • Workplace Learning Program (in French only)

    ​Emploi-Québec
    ​To enhance the skills of your employees, you can use the expertise of your most experienced employees to train workers with less experience.

  • Young Canada Works at Building Careers in English and French 

    Canadian Heritage
    Get a wage subsidy of up to $13,000 to cover the costs of an international internship of 4 to 12 months (30 to 40 hours per week).

  • Young Canada Works at Building Careers in Heritage - employers 

    ​Canadian Heritage
    ​If you offer heritage-related internships to young graduates, your non-profit organization could receive financing covering up to 75% of the associated costs.

  • Young Canada Works in Heritage Organizations - employers 

    ​Canadian Heritage​
    ​This grant could cover up to 75% of the costs of offering heritage-related internships to young students.

  • Young Volunteers 

    ​Gouvernement du Québec
    ​If you are between 16 and 29 years old, you could get financial and technical support to help you create your business or become self-employed.

  • ÉcoPerformance Program — Analysis stream 

    Ministère de l’Énergie et des Ressources naturelles
    Up to $300,000 to cover 75% of the costs of conducting a complete analysis of opportunities to reduce greenhouse gas emissions.

  • ÉcoPerformance Program — Implementation stream 

    Ministère de l’Énergie et des Ressources naturelles
    Up to $5 million per project and maximum of $10 million per year per site for projects that reduce greenhouse gas emissions.

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  • Advance Payments Program (Agriculture) 

    Agriculture and Agri-Food Canada
    Get a low-interest, repayable cash advance of up to $1 million, with interest on the first $100,000 paid by the federal government. The advance covers 50% of the expected market value of the agricultural products you will produce or have in storage for the program year.

  • Advisory Services Program – stream 1 

    Ministère de l'Agriculture, des Pêcheries et de l'Alimentation du Québec
    You could get up to $40,000 to cover a maximum of 85% of eligible costs to access consulting services through specific providers to make your agri-business more competitive.

  • Advisory Services Program – stream 2 

    Ministère de l'Agriculture, des Pêcheries et de l'Alimentation du Québec
    You could get 75% of expenses up to $3000 (per project) to partner with other local agri-businesses to market and find co-development opportunities.

  • AgPal 

    Agriculture and Agri-Food Canada​
    Find information on programs and services available to you in the agriculture or agri-business sector.

  • Agri-Food Action/Prevention — Stream 1 

    Ministère de l'Agriculture, des Pêcheries et de l'Alimentation
    Get up to $50,000 to cover up to 75% of the costs for a project that promotes best practices for management and control of health and food risks.

  • Agri-Food Action/Prevention — Stream 2 

    ​Ministère de l'Agriculture, des Pêcheries et de l'Alimentation
    Get up to $50,000 to cover up to 75% of the costs of a project involving the design of tools for management and control of health and food risks.

  • Agri-Food Action/Prevention — Stream 3 

    Ministère de l'Agriculture, des Pêcheries et de l'Alimentation
    Get up to $50,000 to cover up to 75% of the costs of complying with the standards and the adoption of best practices for the management and control of health and food risks.

  • AgriCommunication Program 

    Agriculture and Agri-Food
    Your not-for-profit organization can get a maximum of 70% funding of eligible costs on projects that focus on consumer awareness, sector awareness, and environmental sustainability, to build public trust within the agriculture sector. 

  • AgriInnovate Program 

    Agriculture and Agri-Food Canada
    Get up to $10 million in repayable contributions to cover 50% of the cost of projects that aim to accelerate demonstration, commercialization and/or adoption of innovative products, technologies, processes or services that increase agri-sector competitiveness and sustainability.

  • AgriInsurance 

    ​Agriculture and Agri-Food Canada
    If you are an agricultural producer facing significant revenue declines due to COVID-19, the interim insurance payments you receive from the government could increase from 50% to 75%, in accordance with the delivery of the program in your province/territory.

  • AgriInvest 

    ​Agriculture and Agri-Food Canada
    ​Get up to $15,000 in matching contributions to set aside savings if you are an agricultural producer.

  • AgriRisk Initiatives Program 

    Agriculture and Agri-Food Canada
    Get up to $500,000 per year to a maximum of $2.5 million over 5 years to develop new and innovative risk management tools for the Canadian agricultural sector.

  • AgriScience Program — Projects — Not-for-profit 

    Agriculture and Agri-Food Canada
    Your not-for-profit organization can get up to $5 million over 5 years to fund 70% of the cost of pre-commercial scientific research in priority areas.

  • AgriScience Program — Projects — for-profit organizations 

    Agriculture and Agri-Food Canada
    Your for-profit business can get up to $5 million over 5 years to fund 50% of the cost of pre-commercial scientific research in priority areas.

  • AgriStability — Québec 

    La Financière agricole
    If your production margin falls below 70% of your reference margin, leading to a large decline in your farm income, get a payment of 75% of the difference.

  • Agribusiness and Agrifood Young Entrepreneurs 

    Farm Credit Canada
    If you are under 40 years old, get a loan of up to $1 million to launch a new business or to take your operations to the next level.

  • Agricultural Clean Technology Program — Adoption 

    Agriculture and Agri-Food Canada
    Get a financial contribution to support the purchase and installation of a commercially available clean technology or process, in 1 of 3 areas: energy efficiency improvements, precision agriculture, and bioeconomy solutions. Funding will be specifically allocated towards projects involving the purchase of more efficient grain dryers and fuel switching initiatives.

  • Agricultural Clean Technology Program — Research and Innovation 

    Agriculture and Agri-Food Canada
    Get a financial contribution to develop a transformative clean technology or to expand a current technology, in 1 of 3 priority areas: green energy and energy efficiency, precision agriculture, and bioeconomy. Use this support for pre-market innovation, including research, development, demonstration and commercialization activities.

  • Agriculture and Food Business Solutions Fund 

    ​Farm Credit Canada
    If your agribusiness or agri-food company (including those involved in primary production, agri-tech, manufacturing, packaging and distribution) has been negatively affected by COVID-19, you could get convertible debt investments or other flexible financing solutions up to a maximum of $10 million to help you return to a sound financial footing.

  • Agrifood Innov’Action — Technology Adaptation 

    Ministère de l'Agriculture, des Pêcheries et de l'Alimentation
    Get 70% of your costs covered when you undertake a technological adaptation project linked to agricultural production or food processing activities associated with the COVID-19 pandemic. Get up to $35,000 for a 1-year project, and up to $70,000 for a 2-year project.

  • Alimentation santé - Volet 1: Soutien à la réalisation d'études diagnostiques (in French only)

    Ministère de l'Agriculture, des Pêcheries et de l'Alimentation
    Receive up to $100,000 for food-related diagnostic studies.

  • Alimentation santé - Volet 2: Soutien au développement et à la modification de la valeur nutritive de produits transformés québécois (in French only)

    Ministère de l'Agriculture, des Pêcheries et de l'Alimentation
    Get up to $150,000 for the development or modification of a health food product.

  • Atlantic salmon habitat enhancement, development and restoration program (in French only)

    ​Fondation de la faune du Québec
    ​You could obtain financial assistance to fund your initiatives to conserve, improve or restore Atlantic salmon habitat.

  • Boosted support from Farm Credit Canada 

    Farm Credit Canada
    Get a line of credit up to $500,000 to be used for working capital, operating expenses and purchases of land and equipment.

  • CFIN Food Innovation Challenge 

    Canadian Food Innovation Network
    Get funding for a collaborative industry-led project that will enhance the food innovation community and generate a significant economic impact.

  • Canada Pavilion Program 

    ​Agriculture and Agri-Food Canada
    If your export-ready company features products from the agriculture and agri-food sectors, you can get funding to offset the cost of booth prices on a show-by-show basis when you exhibit at trade shows.

  • Canadian Agricultural Loans Act program 

    Agriculture and Agri-Food Canada
    Get a loan of up to $500,000 to establish, improve and develop your farm—or up to $3 million for your co-operative to process, distribute and market agricultural goods.

  • Canadian Agricultural Strategic Priorities Program 

    Agriculture and Agri-Food Canada
    If you’re a not-for-profit or Indigenous organization working towards sustainability and competitiveness by adopting new technology or building capacity, get up to $1 million per project in cost-shared funding to cover up to 50% of eligible project costs in most cases, and up to 75% for high-priority projects for the sector.

  • Canadian Fish and Seafood Opportunities Fund 

    ​Fisheries and Oceans Canada
    Get help to cover the costs of addressing the challenges facing the fish and seafood sector, in the form of branding and promotional strategies, access to new markets, ensuring product integrity throughout the supply chain, and increased collaboration.

  • Clean Foundation — Green Jobs 

    Clean Foundation
    Get up to $25,000 per intern hired in roles in the natural resources sectors, including energy, forestry, mining, and earth sciences (or up to $32,000 for youth hired who are furthest from employment).

  • Crop Inputs 

    Farm Credit Canada
    Get credit at a crop input retailer to purchase the inputs you need and pay after you sell your crops.

  • Dairy Farm Investment Program 

    ​Agriculture and Agri-Food Canada
    If you’re a dairy farmer (cow’s milk), get up to $100,000 to cover up to 50% of the costs to improve your productivity by upgrading your equipment.

  • Dairy Processing Investment Fund - Access to Expertise (For-profit) 

    ​Agriculture and Agri-Food Canada
    Contributions of up to $250,000 per year to access expertise to improve productivity and competitiveness of dairy processors.

  • Dairy Processing Investment Fund - Capital Investment (Not-For-Profit) 

    ​Agriculture and Agri-Food Canada
    Contributions of up to $10 million per year for capital investments to improve productivity and competitiveness of dairy processors.

  • Dairy Processing Investment Fund — Capital Investment (For-Profit) 

    ​Agriculture and Agri-Food Canada
    Contributions of up to $10 million per year for capital investments to improve productivity and competitiveness of dairy processors.

  • Dimension E (in French only)

    ​Agricultrices du Québec
    Access free tools, training and advisors to facilitate your entrepreneurial process to access financing for the acquisition or transfer of a farm business.

  • ESSOR — Forestry Business 

    Investissement Québec
    Guarantee on loans of up to $1 million to purchase high-performance forestry equipment for your harvesting, loading, transporting or silviculture business.

  • Efficient Farming Products 

    Hydro-Québec
    Get a rebate on the purchase and installation of lighting products and more efficient farm equipment, such as piglet warmers, fans and milk and milking conservation equipment.

  • Environmental Solutions 

    Farm Credit Canada
    Get a pre-approved line of credit to make environmental upgrades to your farm.

  • FCC Advancer Loan 

    Farm Credit Canada.
    Are your operations expanding? Do you need additional funds? The FCC Advancer could be of interest.

  • FCC Credit Line 

    Farm Credit Canada
    ​Receive a pre-approved, renewable loan to help you meet your cash flow requirements and give you the working capital to pursue your activities.

  • Farm Credit Canada — Loans and lending options 

    Farm Credit Canada
    You could access flexible financing options for your farming, agri-food or agribusiness operation.

  • Farm Equipment Financing 

    Farm Credit Canada
    Finance new or used equipment through hundreds of dealerships across Canada.

  • Farm Income Stabilization Insurance Program 

    ​La Financière agricole du Québec
    Receive compensation when the average selling price of an agricultural product or farm is less than the stabilized income.

  • Farm Land and Buildings Financing 

    Farm Credit Canada
    Use this loan to help purchase new land or expand a farm operation by adding a new building.

  • Farm Transfer Transition Loans 

    Farm Credit Canada
    Access loans to help the transition of a farm from seller to buyer, including for intergenerational farm transfers.

  • FinDev Canada Financing and Investment 

    FinDev Canada
    Direct loans, loan guarantees, structured project financing and investments are available for companies operating in developing countries that bring sustainable social and economic benefits to local communities.

  • Financial Assistance Program for the Development of Private Woodlots 

    Ministère des Forêts, de la Faune et des Parcs
    Existing forestry companies in Quebec can get assistance in varying amounts for technical and silvicultural work and certification activities on private woodlots.

  • Financial Support for Fishing Enterprises 

    Ministère de l'Agriculture, des Pêcheries et de l'Alimentation du Québec
    Get a loan guarantee to help cover the costs of commercial fishing boats, commercial fishing quotas and licences, boat components (electronic, mechanical and hydraulic) or debt consolidation.

  • Financial support for aspiring farmers 

    La Financière agricole
    Get up to $50,000 to work an existing farm or start a new business.

  • Financing for sustainable agri-food businesses (in French only)

    ​Fondaction
    If you are planning to grow your agri-food business, you could benefit from coaching and customized financing.

  • Fish Harvester Benefit 

    ​Service Canada
    If you are a self-employed fish harvester who is not eligible for the Canada Emergency Wage Subsidy (CEWS) and experienced a drop in income greater than 25% in the 2020 tax year, you could get funds to cover up to 75% of the losses beyond the drop in your income, to a maximum of $847/week.

  • Fonds de développement des entreprises touristiques (in French only)

    ​Filaction
    Obtain a loan ranging from $50,000 to $500,000 for the realization of innovative projects that will improve the tourism offer in Quebec.

  • Fonds de microcrédit agricole (in French only)

    ​MRC de la Vallée-du-Richelieu
    Get an interest-free loan to help you develop your farm business.

  • Forestry Financing 

    La Financière agricole
    Get low interest rate loans and assistance resources for forestry projects.

  • Funding for dairy product development 

    Canadian Dairy Commission
    Get a non-repayable contribution of up to $150,000 to develop or improve food products using Canadian milk.

  • Funding programs for wildlife protection 

    ​Fondation de la faune du Québec
    Obtain financial assistance for the implementation of conservation, development or enhancement projects for wildlife habitats in Quebec.

  • Genome Funding Opportunities 

    Genome British Columbia
    Access current research funding competitions for genomics research addressing health, forestry, fisheries, aquaculture, energy, mining and environment industry needs.

  • Growth Investment program — Agri-Environmental Enhancement of Cultivated Land 

    ​La Financière agricole du Québec
    Get a grant of up to $20,000 when you secure a loan guarantee of up to $200,000 from La Financière agricole for on-farm agri-environmental projects, or ones that will enhance the value of your cultivated land.

  • Growth Investment program — Growth Support 

    ​La Financière agricole du Québec
    Get a grant of up to $30,000 when you secure a loan guarantee of up to $300,000 from La Financière agricole for agribusiness projects related to supply-managed production or maple syrup production.

  • Growth Investment program — Growth Support Plus 

    ​La Financière agricole du Québec
    Get a grant of up to $60,000 when you secure a loan guarantee of up to $600,000 from La Financière agricole for all projects except those related to supply-managed production or maple syrup production.

  • Growth Investment program — Young Entrepreneurs 

    ​La Financière agricole du Québec
    Are you 18 to 39 years old and own an agri-business? Have you qualified for the Financial Support Program for Aspiring Farmers in the last 5 years? You could get a grant of up to $45,000 when you secure a loan guarantee of up to $300,000 from La Financière agricole for all on-farm agri-environmental projects, or those that will enhance the value of your cultivated land.

  • ISC — High resolution forest mapping 

    Innovation, Science and Economic Development
    Get up to $150,000 to cover expenses in phase 1 of this program. The challenge is to develop software to produce detailed vegetation fuel type or fuel attribute maps, in particular, fire managers maps of surface fuel and understory forest structure from airborne laser scanning and digital aerial photogrammetry data.

  • Indigenous Forestry Initiative 

    Natural Resources Canada
    Funding of up to $1 million per year for clean technology, forest bioeconomy, environmental stewardship and forest resource management projects in the forestry industry that create economic development opportunities for Indigenous peoples.

  • Industrial Agreement Programs 

    Ministère de l'Économie et de l'Innovation
    Get a fixed sum of $1,200 or $1,500 for a trip to France and certain other European regions to acquire knowledge or intellectual property or to collaborate on R&D.

  • Investment fund for young farmers (in French only)

    Fonds d'investissement pour la relève agricole
    ​Are you an agricultural entrepreneur 39 years old or younger? You may be eligible for assistance to acquire or lease agricultural land with option to purchase.

  • Investments in Forest Industry Transformation — Studies projects 

    ​Natural Resources Canada
    Get funding between $100,000 and $500,000 to complete a study linked to the advancement of innovation in the forest sector, including (but not limited to) engineering studies, market evaluations, prototype fabrication and products trials.

  • Livestock Financing 

    Farm Credit Canada
    Get credit at a livestock supplier to purchase cattle.

  • Market Development Program for Turkey and Chicken 

    Agriculture and Agri-Food Canada
    Get financial assistance to help increase domestic demand for Canadian turkey and chicken products through promotional activities. These activities can include product demonstrations, on-farm food safety and traceability programs, animal care programs, market research, and more.

  • Nicolet-Yamaska Agri-Food Investment Fund (in French only)

    Service de développement économique de la MRC de Nicolet-Yamaska
    You could receive financial assistance of up to $10,000 to start or expand your non-conventional-sized agri-food business.

  • Ocean Supercluster 

    ​Canada's Ocean Supercluster
    Get a grant to cover a portion of eligible expenses for a collaborative project in a wide range of industries including marine renewable energy, fisheries, aquaculture, oil and gas, defence, shipbuilding and transportation. Activities may include digital sensors and monitoring, autonomous marine vehicles, energy generation, automation, marine biotechnology and marine engineering technologies.

  • Organic farming transition conversion support – Stream 2 

    Ministère de l'Agriculture, des Pêcheries et de l'Alimentation du Québec
    Get financial assistance of up to $20,000 to cover up to 50% of eligible expenses related to the construction or modification of livestock breeding facilities in order to meet organic standards.

  • Organic farming transition conversion support — Stream 1 

    Ministère de l'Agriculture, des Pêcheries et de l'Alimentation du Québec
    This program offers up to $20,000 to convert your livestock, crop, honey or maple farming operation to organic standards, including $10,000 for pre-certification and $10,000 for certification.

  • Poultry and Egg On-Farm Investment Program — Stream 1 

    Agriculture and Agri-Food Canada
    Get a non-repayable contribution to cover up to 70% of the costs of on-farm investments in modernizing operations, increasing efficiency, biosecurity, environmental sustainability, and meeting changing consumer demands, retroactive to March 19, 2019.

  • Poultry and Egg On-Farm Investment Program — Stream 2 

    Agriculture and Agri-Food Canada
    If you were 35 years old or younger on January 1, 2021, get a non-repayable contribution to cover up to 85% of the costs of on-farm investments in modernizing operations, increasing efficiency, biosecurity, environmental sustainability, and meeting changing consumer demands, retroactive to March 19, 2019.

  • Programme d’appui financier au développement du secteur des pêches et de l’aquaculture commerciales - Volet 1 - Appui au développement [PDF](in French only)

    Ministère de l'Agriculture, des Pêcheries et de l'Alimentation
    Obtain financial assistance of up to $1,000,000 for the development of products or the implementation of innovative processes aimed at increasing your company's production and sales.

  • Programme d’appui financier au développement du secteur des pêches et de l’aquaculture commerciales - Volet 2 - Amélioration de la compétitivité des entreprises de transformation des produits [PDF](in French only)

    Ministère de l'Agriculture, des Pêcheries et de l'Alimentation
    Receive up to $300,000 in financial assistance to improve the productivity, food safety and security of your products in order to strengthen your company's competitiveness.

  • Programme d’appui financier au développement du secteur des pêches et de l’aquaculture commerciales - Volet 3 - Amélioration des performances environnementales [PDF](in French only)

    Ministère de l'Agriculture, des Pêcheries et de l'Alimentation
    Receive up to $2,000,000 in financial assistance for the adoption of new techniques and technologies to improve your company's environmental performance.

  • Programmes d'aide financière dans le domaine forestier (in French only)

    Fédération des producteurs forestiers du Québec
    Get financial assistance for forest management, wildlife management, conservation of a natural environment or the purchase of a woodlot through one of these programs.

  • Protein Industries Supercluster 

    ​Protein Industries Canada
    Get a grant to cover up to 75% of eligible expenses for a collaborative project focused on creating, making, growing or selling high-quality plant-based protein products and co-products of processing. Collaborators must be Protein Industries Canada members, with annual membership fees totalling $500.

  • Quebec Fisheries Fund — Infrastructure 

    ​Fisheries and Oceans Canada
    Get a contribution of up to $1 million/year for adapting or adopting new technologies, processes or equipment to improve the efficiency and sustainability of the fish and seafood sector, and for associated training.

  • Quebec Fisheries Fund — Innovation 

    ​Fisheries and Oceans Canada
    Get a contribution of up to $1 million/year for projects (including partnerships) involving the development, testing and marketing of sustainable technology for the Quebec fish and seafood industry.

  • Recyc-Québec — Ecocentre network optimization - Stream 1 

    ​Recyc-Québec
    ​Get up to $100,000 in funding to cover up to 70% of the expenses related to the implementation of a new ecocentre that must accept, sort at source and promote the reuse, recycling or recovery of various wood residues.

  • Recyc-Québec — Ecocentre network optimization — Stream 2 

    ​Recyc-Québec
    ​Receive up to $75,000 in funding to cover up to 70% of expenses to improve accessibility or implementation of good material management practices in an existing ecocentre or ecocentre network.

  • Soft Landing Program 

    Canadian Digital Media Network
    Get up to $4,000 to offset travel and accommodations costs to open new markets, close international sales, and secure investments abroad.

  • Space Technology Development Program 

    Canadian space Agency
    Get a non-repayable contribution of up to $1 million for projects related to mission-enabling and generic space technologies.

  • Springboard for Agricultural Youth 

    Sollio Cooperative Group
    Access training, tools and a $15,000 grant for your project to establish or take over the farm business in which you work.aAccess training, tools and a $15,000 grant for your project to establish or take over the farm business in which you work.

  • Support for the purchase of a first commercial fishing business (in French only)

    MAPAQ
    Are you thinking of acquiring your first fishing business? If so, you may be eligible for financial support to do so.

  • Support program for positioning Quebec alcohol in the SAQ network 

    Ministère de l'Économie et de l'Innovation
    Get a reimbursement between 4% and 18% of net SAQ sales on artisan alcoholic beverages you produce, to a maximum of $400 000.

  • TELUS Pollinator Fund for Good 

    ​Telus
    Get funding for your innovative projects in health, education, agriculture and the environment.

  • Tax holiday for a new business created to commercialize intellectual property 

    Ministère de l'Économie et de l'Innovation
    If you create a new business by commercializing intellectual property stemming from a university or public research centre, you could be eligible for a tax holiday for up to 10 years.

  • Women Entrepreneur Program 

    Farm Credit Canada
    Get access to financing, as well as resources designed specifically to help you develop your skills as you start or grow your business.

  • Young Farmers 

    Farm Credit Canada
    Loans for agricultural producers under age 40 to start a farm or take it to the next level.

Arts, entertainment and recreation

  • Arts Abroad - Co-Production 

    ​Canada Council for the Arts Get a grant to cover up to 50% of eligible costs, to a maximum of $50,000, for an artistic or financial co-production with a foreign arts organization, combining creative, financial and/or human resources.

  • Arts Abroad — Circulation and Touring 

    ​Canada Council for the Arts
    Get a grant of up to $200,000 to cover up to 50% of eligible costs related to touring and exhibition activities of Canadian artists, artistic groups and arts organizations which build international exposure and increase the visibility of Canadian artists and their works abroad.

  • Arts Abroad — Representation and Promotion 

    ​Canada Council for the Arts
    Get a grant of up to $30,000 for travel linked to the international promotion of Canadian artists and artistic works internationally, establishing a place for Canadian arts practice in the global arts market.

  • Arts Abroad — Residencies 

    ​Canada Council for the Arts
    Get up to $20,000 to cover eligible costs when you are invited to participate in an artistic or cultural exchange involving creative research, creation or networking activities within the context of an international residency.

  • Arts Abroad — Translation 

    ​Canada Council for the Arts
    Get a grant of up to $20,000 to cover costs associated with the translation of Canadian literary works or dramatic works for international presentation or publication.

  • Arts Abroad — Travel 

    ​Canada Council for the Arts
    Get a grant of up to $30,000 to cover travel costs associated with presentations, exhibitions, artistic collaborations, networking or building market opportunities outside of Canada, to build an international presence.

  • Arts Across Canada — Arts Festivals and Presenters 

    Canada Council for the Arts
    Get a grant covering up to 60% of your total annual revenues when you present and exhibit quality art and literary works to Canadian audiences.

  • Arts Across Canada — Circulation and Touring 

    ​Canada Council for the Arts
    Get a grant of up to $200,000 to cover up to 50% of eligible costs related to touring and exhibition activities of Canadian artists, artistic groups and arts organizations which build national exposure and reach Canadian audiences.

  • Arts Across Canada — Foreign Artist Tours 

    ​Canada Council for the Arts
    Your not-for-profit organization could get up to $75,000 for projects involving the circulation or touring of works by international artists that provide new experiences to the Canadian public.

  • Arts Across Canada — Representation and Promotion 

    ​Canada Council for the Arts
    If you represent a Canadian artist, get a grant of up to $30,000 to cover travel costs related to promotion and the development of new markets for Canadian artists and artistic works.

  • Arts Across Canada — Translation 

    ​Canada Council for the Arts
    Get up to $25,000 per translation, plus an annual supplement for targeted costs, for activities linked to the translation of Canadian literary works or dramatic works into French, English, an Aboriginal language, American Sign Language (ASL), Langue des signes québécoise (LSQ), or any other regional Canadian or Indigenous sign language for Canadian publication or presentation.

  • Arts Across Canada — Travel 

    ​Canada Council for the Arts
    Get a grant of up to $30,000 to cover travel costs associated with presentations, exhibitions, artistic collaborations, networking or building market opportunities as an artist, arts professional or arts organization.

  • Business assistance – Temporary support for working capital – COVID-19 (in French only)

    Société de développement des entreprises culturelles (SODEC)
    Do you own a Quebec company that operates in one of SODEC’s areas of activity and whose future is uncertain due to the COVID-19 pandemic? You could receive financial assistance to weather these difficult times.

  • CED Tourism Relief Fund - Quebec 

    ​Canada Economic Development for Quebec Regions
    ​If you’re working on a project to enhance tourism experiences in your region or helping the community attract more visitors, you could get a $100,000 non-repayable contribution for up to 50% of your project’s costs or a $500,000 repayable contribution for up to 75% of the costs.

  • CED Tourism Relief Fund — Indigenous stream 

    ​Canada Economic Development for Quebec Regions
    If you’re working on a project to enhance tourism experiences in your region or helping the community attract more visitors, you could get a maximum $100,000 non-repayable contribution for up to 50% of your project’s costs or a maximum $500,000 repayable contribution for up to 75% of the costs. If you’re also a non-profit, the contribution is most likely non-repayable.

  • Canada Book Fund Support for Organizations (For-Profit) 

    Canadian Heritage
    Contributions of up to $1.5 million for marketing, technology and professional development projects in the book publishing, distribution, marketing, wholesale or retail sectors representing Canadian authors.

  • Canada Book Fund Support for Organizations — Not-for-Profit 

    Canadian Heritage
    Get a contribution of up to $1.2 million for a book industry project related to marketing, digital technology, professional-development and more.

  • Canada Council for the Arts — Prize 

    Canada Council for the Arts
    You could be awarded with financial and other types of prizes from a variety of categories for the arts, literature, architecture and music, in recognition of your quest for innovation and excellence.

  • Canada Council of the Arts — Initiatives 

    ​Canada Council for the Arts
    Get support in the form of one-time or recurring initiatives that allow you or your arts group or organization to take advantage of special funding, perform or exhibit work, take part in learning opportunities, network at conferences or showcase at events.

  • Canada Cultural Spaces Fund 

    Canadian Heritage
    Get funding for up to 50% of the costs of construction or renovation of physical spaces used for arts and heritage related creation, presentation, preservation and exhibition.

  • Canada Feature Film Fund 

    Telefilm Canada
    Financing for Canadian film producers to develop, produce and market movies in English or French in Canada and internationally.

  • Canada Media Fund 

    Canada Media Fund
    Financial support for the development of innovative and new Canadian content, including digital content, content representing minority groups and content destined for export markets.

  • Canada Performing Arts Workers Resilience Fund 

    ​Department of Canadian Heritage
    Get financial assistance to help support independent and self-employed workers in the live performance sector who are experiencing financial hardship and need emergency support or to provide guidance, information and job training.

  • Creating, Knowing and Sharing — Indigenous Organizations 

    ​Canada Council for the Arts
    Get a grant to cover some of your costs (amounts vary by category) when you engage in contemporary, customary or traditional artistic and cultural activities, including collaborations with non-Indigenous organizations.

  • Creating, Knowing and Sharing — Long-Term Projects 

    ​Canada Council for the Arts
    Get a grant of up to $300,000 for 1–3 year projects involving creating (research/writing), knowing (mentorship, training) or sharing (exhibitions, presentations, collaborations) — including those with non-Indigenous artists.

  • Creating, Knowing and Sharing — Short-Term Projects 

    ​Canada Council for the Arts
    Get a grant of up to $100,000 for projects up to 12 months involving creating (research/writing), knowing (mentorship, training) or sharing (exhibitions, presentations, collaborations) — including those with non-Indigenous artists.

  • Creating, Knowing and Sharing — Small-Scale Activities 

    ​Canada Council for the Arts
    Get up to $3,000 to cover costs for activities like training, getting expert advice, and purchasing materials to advance your artistic career or practice.

  • Creating, Knowing and Sharing — Travel 

    ​Canada Council for the Arts
    Get a grant of up to $30,000 to support travel costs to attend events within Canada or abroad that offer professional development or access to new markets if you are a First Nations, Inuit or Métis artist/organization, or artist's representative.

  • Digital Strategy Fund — Digital Literacy and Intelligence 

    ​Canada Council for the Arts
    Get between $50,000 and $250,000 to respond to the challenges and opportunities of the digital era as an artist, group or arts organization by building digital knowledge, skills and capacity.

  • Digital Strategy Fund — Market Access Strategy 

    ​Canada Council for the Arts
    Get a grant of up to $60,000 for activities that directly support a market access and development strategy if you are an artist, group or arts organization who identifies as belonging to an official language minority community (OLMC) where that language is not the majority language in your province or territory (e.g. Angolophones in Quebec and Francophones outside of Quebec).

  • Digital Strategy Fund — Public Access to the arts and citizen engagement 

    ​Canada Council for the Arts
    Get up to $250,000 (single-phase) or $500,000 (multi-phase) for initiatives that improve the public’s access, engagement and participation in the arts through digital means, if you are an artist, group or arts organization.

  • Emergency Support Fund for cultural, heritage and sports organizations 

    ​Canadian Heritage
    If your eligible business has experienced financial losses during COVID-19 due to closed facilities or cancelled events, you can get a wage subsidy to help support your artists and athletes. More details to come.

  • Engage and Sustain — Artistic Catalysts 

    ​Canada Council for the Arts
    Get a grant covering up to 50% of your total revenues, if your organization facilitates interactions among artists and connections with the public.

  • Engage and Sustain — Artistic Institutions 

    ​Canada Council for the Arts
    Get a grant covering up to 25% of your total revenues, if you carry out activities that encourage and promote the work of creators, strengthening their relationships with the public.

  • Explore and Create — Artist-Driven Organizations 

    ​Canada Council for the Arts
    If you’re an artistic organization, you could get a grant equal to 60% of your total annual revenues, averaged over the last 3 years, to pay for research, creation, and production through to dissemination.

  • Explore and Create — Concept to Realization 

    ​Canada Council for the Arts
    If you’re an artist, or part of an artistic group, collective, organization or visual art publisher, you could get up to $100,000 to cover the full creative cycle, from initial idea to presentation.

  • Explore and Create — Professional Development for Artists 

    ​Canada Council for the Arts
    If you’re an artist, curator or part of an artist group or collective, you could get up to $10,000 towards career advancement opportunities, like training, mentorship, or workshops.

  • Explore and Create — Research and Creation 

    ​Canada Council for the Arts
    If you’re an artist, curator, writer, or part of an artist group or collective, you could get up to $25,000 to pay for creative research, creation, and product development.

  • Export and cultural visibility support program 

    Société de développement des entreprises culturelles
    Funding in varying amounts for activities relating to the export of Quebec cultural products, in the form of non-repayable or partially repayable grants.

  • FACTOR funding for the sound recording industry 

    Foundation Assisting Canadian Talent on Recordings
    Get funding for the production and marketing of English-language Canadian sound recordings, domestic and international touring and showcasing, and more.

  • Financial aid for festivals and tourist events (in French only)

    ​Tourisme et loisirs
    Are you planning to hold a festival or tourist event between November 1, 2022 and April 30, 2023 or between May 1 and October 31, 2023? The financial aid program for festivals and tourist events may interest you.

  • Financial assistance for music production and variety programming (in French only)

    ​SODEC
    ​Do you own a music, entertainment-production, or artist management company? If so, you could get a grant for your commercial activities.

  • Financing program for cultural businesses 

    Société de développement des entreprises culturelles
    Loans, loan guarantees and capital investments for cultural businesses, as well as tax credit advances for film, books, sound productions and shows.

  • Fonds de développement des entreprises touristiques (in French only)

    ​Filaction
    Obtain a loan ranging from $50,000 to $500,000 for the realization of innovative projects that will improve the tourism offer in Quebec.

  • Funding from Canada Council for the Arts 

    ​Canada Counsil for the Arts
    Are you an artist? You may be eligible to apply for various grants and prizes through the Canada Council for the Arts.

  • Industrial Research Assistance Program (IRAP) — Youth Employment Program 

    National Research Council Canada
    Get financial assistance to help cover the cost of hiring a post-secondary graduate (15 to 30 years old) for 6 to 12 months to work on projects with R&D, engineering, multimedia or market analysis components or the development of a new product or process.

  • MUSICACTION 

    Musicaction
    Get funding for the production and marketing of French-language Canadian sound recordings, domestic and international touring and showcasing, and more.

  • Museums Assistance Program — Indigenous Heritage 

    ​Canadian Heritage
    Maximum funding per fiscal year of $200,000 for projects related to the preservation, management and presentation of Indigenous cultural heritage in Canada.

  • Programme de soutien à la diversité commerciale du Sud-Ouest (in French only)

    ​PME MTL
    Get a grant of up to $20,000 for the establishment of your business in the South West Island of Montreal.

  • Proximité Program — Stream 2 

    Ministère de l'Agriculture, des Pêcheries et de l'Alimentation du Québec
    If you are an agricultural producer or an artisanal processor, you could get a financial contribution to cover up to 50% of eligible expenses, to a maximum of $25,000, for the implementation of a marketing plan that allows you to better meet the needs of consumers, particularly when it comes to local markets.

  • Recognition for artists 

    ​Conseil des arts et des lettres du Québec
    Get financial assistance to support your artistic career if you are part of an Aboriginal community. 

  • Regional tourism partnership agreement – stream 1 

    ​Ministère du Tourisme
    You could get a non-repayable grant to adapt areas for tourists and employees to new Government of Quebec health measures.

  • Regional tourism partnership agreement – stream 2 

    ​Ministère du Tourisme
    You could get assistance in the form of a grant for collaborative projects that help tourism SMEs adapt to new Quebec government health measures in response to COVID-19.

  • Regional tourism partnership agreement – stream 3 

    ​Ministère du Tourisme
    You could get a non-repayable grant to cover eligible costs of projects in one of 7 categories, including festivals and events, accommodation, consultation services, digital business development, and more.

  • Short-term compensation fund for Canadian audiovisual productions (in French only)

    ​Telefilm Canada
    Get funding to cover eligible expenses if you've had to interrupt production of more than one day of filming, or abandon production prior to the end of filming, due to a diagnosis or outbreak of COVID-19 on the set.

  • Subsidies for artists in the visual arts and craft arts 

    ​Ville de Montréal
    Receive financial assistance if you are a professional visual and fine craft artist, tenant or owner of a studio space.

  • Subsidy for universal access to businesses 

    ​City of Montreal
    ​If you want to improve the accessibility of your business premises in Montreal, you could get a grant to offset eligible costs.

  • Support for renovations for buildings that house artists’ studios 

    ​Ville de Montréal
    Obtain a grant for the construction, renovation or expansion of buildings occupied in whole or in part by artists' studios.

  • Supporting Artistic Practice — Support Organizations 

    ​Canada Council for the Arts
    You could get funding equal to 60% of your annual revenues if you’re an artist-run centre, own an art/literature magazine, or operate an agency or service organization that supports the development of a particular artistic practice.

  • Tax credit for film production services 

    Société de développement des entreprises culturelles
    Refundable tax credit of 20% to 36% of the cost of labour and goods relating to film production, computer-aided animation and special effects.

  • Tax credit for multimedia event or environment productions sponsored outside Quebec 

    Société de développement des entreprises culturelles
    Tax credit of up to 35% of labour costs and production expenses relating to showcasing your Quebec production outside the province, up to a maximum credit of $350,000 per production.

  • Tax credits for production of multimedia titles 

    Investissement Québec
    Refundable tax credit for multimedia producers may amount to 37.5% of eligible labour expenditures.

  • Temporary assistance in the audiovisual sector (film and television) (in French only)

    Société de développement des entreprises culturelles (SODEC)
    Do you work in preproduction, production, postproduction or dubbing for the film and television industry? This program can help you resume your activities.

  • Tourist establishment accessibility program 

    ​Kéroul
    ​This program provides financial assistance to tourism enterprises wishing to improve their infrastructures to make them accessible to people with disabilities.

Other services except public administration

Retail trade

Wholesale trade

  • Agribusiness and Agrifood Young Entrepreneurs 

    Farm Credit Canada
    If you are under 40 years old, get a loan of up to $1 million to launch a new business or to take your operations to the next level.

  • Agriculture and Food Business Solutions Fund 

    ​Farm Credit Canada
    If your agribusiness or agri-food company (including those involved in primary production, agri-tech, manufacturing, packaging and distribution) has been negatively affected by COVID-19, you could get convertible debt investments or other flexible financing solutions up to a maximum of $10 million to help you return to a sound financial footing.

  • Boosted support from Nutrition North Canada 

    ​Crown-Indigenous Relations and Northern Affairs Canada
    Get a subsidy to help lower the high costs associated with stocking and shipping various personal hygiene products and nutritious food to the North, including product purchasing costs, transportation, insurance and overhead. These savings can then be passed on to your customers.

  • Canada Book Fund Support for Organizations (For-Profit) 

    Canadian Heritage
    Contributions of up to $1.5 million for marketing, technology and professional development projects in the book publishing, distribution, marketing, wholesale or retail sectors representing Canadian authors.

  • Canada Book Fund Support for Organizations — Not-for-Profit 

    Canadian Heritage
    Get a contribution of up to $1.2 million for a book industry project related to marketing, digital technology, professional-development and more.

  • Canada Pavilion Program 

    ​Agriculture and Agri-Food Canada
    If your export-ready company features products from the agriculture and agri-food sectors, you can get funding to offset the cost of booth prices on a show-by-show basis when you exhibit at trade shows.

  • Development of E-Business Tax Credit 

    Investissement Québec
    Tax credit of 30% (24% refundable and 6% non-refundable) for information technology (IT) sector salaries up to a maximum of $25,000 per employee working on e-business activities.

  • Financing for sustainable agri-food businesses (in French only)

    ​Fondaction
    If you are planning to grow your agri-food business, you could benefit from coaching and customized financing.

  • Retail Business Consolidation Fund 

    ​PME MTL
    ​Do you own a commercial enterprise and need help to recover economically from the crisis? You could receive a grant of up to $10,000.

  • Soft Landing Program 

    Canadian Digital Media Network
    Get up to $4,000 to offset travel and accommodations costs to open new markets, close international sales, and secure investments abroad.

  • Subsidy for universal access to businesses 

    ​City of Montreal
    ​If you want to improve the accessibility of your business premises in Montreal, you could get a grant to offset eligible costs.

Construction

Mining, quarrying, and oil and gas extraction Professional, scientific and technical services

  • Emissions Reduction Fund 

    ​Natural Resources Canada
    You could get a loan for your conventional or offshore oil or gas firm to help keep your workers in the field during COVID-19, and to support your investments to reduce greenhouse gas emissions in order to comply with provincial requirements or federal methane regulations.

  • FinDev Canada Financing and Investment 

    FinDev Canada
    Direct loans, loan guarantees, structured project financing and investments are available for companies operating in developing countries that bring sustainable social and economic benefits to local communities.

  • Gearing Up 

    Mining Industry Human Resources Council
    Get a wage subsidy of up to $7,500 to create new work-integrated learning opportunities for students in mining-related post-secondary education programs.

  • Genome Funding Opportunities 

    Genome British Columbia
    Access current research funding competitions for genomics research addressing health, forestry, fisheries, aquaculture, energy, mining and environment industry needs.

  • INNOV-R — CQRDA (in French only)

    ​Consortium de recherche et d'innovations en bioprocédés industriels au Québec
    Get a grant of up to $500,000 per year for a three-year project to cover up to 50% of eligible expenses when you collaborate with at least one academic institution or public research centre on an R&D project aimed at reducing GHG emissions project in the field of aluminum.

  • INNOV-R — CRIBIQ 

    Consortium de recherche et d'innovations en bioprocédés industriels au Québec
    Get a grant of up to $500,000 to cover up to 50% of eligible expenses when you collaborate with at least one academic institution or public research centre on an R&D project aimed at reducing GHG emissions.

  • INNOV-R — CRITM 

    Consortium de recherche et d'innovations en bioprocédés industriels au Québec
    Get a grant of up to $500,000 per year for a three-year project to cover up to 50% of eligible expenses when you collaborate with at least one academic institution or public research centre on an R&D project aimed at reducing GHG emissions project in the field of metal transformation.

  • INNOV-R — InnovÉÉ 

    Consortium de recherche et d'innovations en bioprocédés industriels au Québec
    Get a grant of up to $500,000 per year for a three-year project to cover up to 50% of eligible expenses when you collaborate with at least one academic institution or public research centre on an R&D project aimed at reducing GHG emissions project relating to the electricity industry, smart grids, transportation electrification or intelligent vehicles.

  • INNOV-R — PRIMA 

    Consortium de recherche et d'innovations en bioprocédés industriels au Québec
    Get a grant of up to $500,000 per year for a three-year project to cover up to 50% of eligible expenses when you collaborate with at least one academic institution or public research centre on an R&D project aimed at reducing GHG emissions in the field of advanced materials.

  • Industrial, Clean and Energy Technology (ICE) Venture Fund 

    ​Business Development Bank of Canada
    ​Benefit from this funding if your business is in industrial, clean and energy technology sector and has a strong potential for productivity growth.

  • PSO TRL 1-3 Program 

    Metal Transformation Research and Innovation Consortium​
    Get a grant of up to $500,000 to cover up to 40% of eligible costs if your SME partners with a research centre on a project involving metal processing.

  • PSO TRL 4-6 Program 

    Metal Transformation Research and Innovation Consortium
    Get a grant of up to $500,000 to cover up to 20% of eligible costs if your SME partners with a research centre on a project involving primary to tertiary metal processing.

  • Renewable Natural Gas Production Support Program — Stream 1 

    ​Ministère de l'Énergie et des Ressources naturelles
    Get up to $300,000 to cover a maximum of 75% of eligible expenses for feasibility studies involving a project to produce renewable natural gas for injection into the grid or a project to connect to the gas grid.

  • Renewable Natural Gas Production Support Program — Stream 2 

    Ministère de l'Énergie et des Ressources naturelles
    Get up to $15 million to cover up to 50% of eligible expenses for a project to produce and inject natural gas into the distribution grid, or to connect to distribution grid of RNG production sites.

  • Space Technology Development Program 

    Canadian space Agency
    Get a non-repayable contribution of up to $1 million for projects related to mission-enabling and generic space technologies.

  • The Sky’s the Limit Challenge 

    Natural Resources Canada
    The aviation industry needs a fuel that will cut pollution and fight climate change. Can you supply it?

Manufacturing

  • Advisory Services Program – stream 1 

    Ministère de l'Agriculture, des Pêcheries et de l'Alimentation du Québec
    You could get up to $40,000 to cover a maximum of 85% of eligible costs to access consulting services through specific providers to make your agri-business more competitive.

  • AgriInnovate Program 

    Agriculture and Agri-Food Canada
    Get up to $10 million in repayable contributions to cover 50% of the cost of projects that aim to accelerate demonstration, commercialization and/or adoption of innovative products, technologies, processes or services that increase agri-sector competitiveness and sustainability.

  • AgriRisk Initiatives Program 

    Agriculture and Agri-Food Canada
    Get up to $500,000 per year to a maximum of $2.5 million over 5 years to develop new and innovative risk management tools for the Canadian agricultural sector.

  • AgriScience Program — Projects — Not-for-profit 

    Agriculture and Agri-Food Canada
    Your not-for-profit organization can get up to $5 million over 5 years to fund 70% of the cost of pre-commercial scientific research in priority areas.

  • AgriScience Program — Projects — for-profit organizations 

    Agriculture and Agri-Food Canada
    Your for-profit business can get up to $5 million over 5 years to fund 50% of the cost of pre-commercial scientific research in priority areas.

  • Agribusiness and Agrifood Young Entrepreneurs 

    Farm Credit Canada
    If you are under 40 years old, get a loan of up to $1 million to launch a new business or to take your operations to the next level.

  • Agriculture and Food Business Solutions Fund 

    ​Farm Credit Canada
    If your agribusiness or agri-food company (including those involved in primary production, agri-tech, manufacturing, packaging and distribution) has been negatively affected by COVID-19, you could get convertible debt investments or other flexible financing solutions up to a maximum of $10 million to help you return to a sound financial footing.

  • Business assistance – Temporary support for working capital – COVID-19 (in French only)

    Société de développement des entreprises culturelles (SODEC)
    Do you own a Quebec company that operates in one of SODEC’s areas of activity and whose future is uncertain due to the COVID-19 pandemic? You could receive financial assistance to weather these difficult times.

  • Canada Pavilion Program 

    ​Agriculture and Agri-Food Canada
    If your export-ready company features products from the agriculture and agri-food sectors, you can get funding to offset the cost of booth prices on a show-by-show basis when you exhibit at trade shows.

  • Centre of Excellence in Next Generation Networks (CENGN) 

    Centre of Excellence in Next Generation Networks
    Is your next-generation communication solutions project ready for commercialization? You could qualify for commercialization support.

  • Dairy Processing Investment Fund - Access to Expertise (For-profit) 

    ​Agriculture and Agri-Food Canada
    Contributions of up to $250,000 per year to access expertise to improve productivity and competitiveness of dairy processors.

  • Dairy Processing Investment Fund - Capital Investment (Not-For-Profit) 

    ​Agriculture and Agri-Food Canada
    Contributions of up to $10 million per year for capital investments to improve productivity and competitiveness of dairy processors.

  • Dairy Processing Investment Fund — Capital Investment (For-Profit) 

    ​Agriculture and Agri-Food Canada
    Contributions of up to $10 million per year for capital investments to improve productivity and competitiveness of dairy processors.

  • Development of E-Business Tax Credit 

    Investissement Québec
    Tax credit of 30% (24% refundable and 6% non-refundable) for information technology (IT) sector salaries up to a maximum of $25,000 per employee working on e-business activities.

  • ESSOR — Steel and aluminum 

    Investissement Québec
    Get loans and loan guarantees to cover 75% of special tariffs placed on your steel and aluminum export products, at 25% and 10%, respectively, for a maximum duration of 10 years.

  • FinDev Canada Financing and Investment 

    FinDev Canada
    Direct loans, loan guarantees, structured project financing and investments are available for companies operating in developing countries that bring sustainable social and economic benefits to local communities.

  • Financing for sustainable agri-food businesses (in French only)

    ​Fondaction
    If you are planning to grow your agri-food business, you could benefit from coaching and customized financing.

  • Funding for dairy product development 

    Canadian Dairy Commission
    Get a non-repayable contribution of up to $150,000 to develop or improve food products using Canadian milk.

  • Funding to collaborate on health research 

    Canadian Institutes of Health Research
    Get access to a variety of funding and health research collaboration opportunities in Canada and globally.

  • Green infrastructure programs 

    Natural Resources Canada
    If your business is undertaking clean energy infrastructure projects, you may be eligible for funding to help with deployment and market entry.

  • INNOV-R — CQRDA (in French only)

    ​Consortium de recherche et d'innovations en bioprocédés industriels au Québec
    Get a grant of up to $500,000 per year for a three-year project to cover up to 50% of eligible expenses when you collaborate with at least one academic institution or public research centre on an R&D project aimed at reducing GHG emissions project in the field of aluminum.

  • INNOV-R — CRIBIQ 

    Consortium de recherche et d'innovations en bioprocédés industriels au Québec
    Get a grant of up to $500,000 to cover up to 50% of eligible expenses when you collaborate with at least one academic institution or public research centre on an R&D project aimed at reducing GHG emissions.

  • INNOV-R — CRITM 

    Consortium de recherche et d'innovations en bioprocédés industriels au Québec
    Get a grant of up to $500,000 per year for a three-year project to cover up to 50% of eligible expenses when you collaborate with at least one academic institution or public research centre on an R&D project aimed at reducing GHG emissions project in the field of metal transformation.

  • INNOV-R — InnovÉÉ 

    Consortium de recherche et d'innovations en bioprocédés industriels au Québec
    Get a grant of up to $500,000 per year for a three-year project to cover up to 50% of eligible expenses when you collaborate with at least one academic institution or public research centre on an R&D project aimed at reducing GHG emissions project relating to the electricity industry, smart grids, transportation electrification or intelligent vehicles.

  • INNOV-R — PRIMA 

    Consortium de recherche et d'innovations en bioprocédés industriels au Québec
    Get a grant of up to $500,000 per year for a three-year project to cover up to 50% of eligible expenses when you collaborate with at least one academic institution or public research centre on an R&D project aimed at reducing GHG emissions in the field of advanced materials.

  • ISC — AI for space robotics auto-diagnostics and early failure prediction 

    Innovation, Science and Economic Development
    Get a grant of up to $150,000 for the first phase, for up to 6 months. The challenge is to develop new processes that will reduce the cost of maintaining space robotics by providing automatic diagnostics and early flight equipment failure predictions.

  • Industrial Agreement Programs 

    Ministère de l'Économie et de l'Innovation
    Get a fixed sum of $1,200 or $1,500 for a trip to France and certain other European regions to acquire knowledge or intellectual property or to collaborate on R&D.

  • Industrial Research Assistance Program (IRAP) — Youth Employment Program 

    National Research Council Canada
    Get financial assistance to help cover the cost of hiring a post-secondary graduate (15 to 30 years old) for 6 to 12 months to work on projects with R&D, engineering, multimedia or market analysis components or the development of a new product or process.

  • Industrial, Clean and Energy Technology (ICE) Venture Fund 

    ​Business Development Bank of Canada
    ​Benefit from this funding if your business is in industrial, clean and energy technology sector and has a strong potential for productivity growth.

  • Innovative Manufacturer Financing [PDF](in French only)

    ​Investissement Québec
    ​Small and medium manufacturers in Quebec can get financing to help create new processes, integrate new technologies, and increase productivity.

  • Investments in Forest Industry Transformation — Studies projects 

    ​Natural Resources Canada
    Get funding between $100,000 and $500,000 to complete a study linked to the advancement of innovation in the forest sector, including (but not limited to) engineering studies, market evaluations, prototype fabrication and products trials.

  • NGen Cluster Building Project 

    NGEN - Next Generation Manufacturing
    You can get a funding of up to $150, 000 to cover a maximum of 50% of eligible costs if you work within an industry-led, membership-based organization to enhance capabilities and growth through the application of, or access to advanced manufacturing technologies, best practices and principles.

  • Protein Industries Supercluster 

    ​Protein Industries Canada
    Get a grant to cover up to 75% of eligible expenses for a collaborative project focused on creating, making, growing or selling high-quality plant-based protein products and co-products of processing. Collaborators must be Protein Industries Canada members, with annual membership fees totalling $500.

  • Quantum Leap 

    CQDM — Quebec Consortium for Drug Discovery
    Get a grant between $500,000 and $2 million for R&D related to innovative technologies, tools and platforms that facilitate the drug discovery/development process and new therapeutic approaches.

  • Recyc-Québec — Beverage Container Recycling — Stream 1 

    Recyc-Québec
    Receive up to $1 million funding to cover up to 70% of expenses to support beverage container packaging projects in Quebec, including optimization, expansion or implementation of structured reuse.

  • Recyc-Québec — Beverage Container Recycling — Stream 2 

    Recyc-Québec
    Receive up to $2 million funding to cover up to 70% of expenses to support projects involving packaging and recycling or recycling only of beverage containers in Quebec, including the optimization, expansion or implementation of structured reuse networks.

  • Recyc-Québec — Single-use products 

    ​Recyc-Québec
    Get a grant of up to $400,000 to cover up to 70% of eligible costs for projects to prevent and reduce the use of single-use products.

  • Soft Landing Program 

    Canadian Digital Media Network
    Get up to $4,000 to offset travel and accommodations costs to open new markets, close international sales, and secure investments abroad.

  • Space Technology Development Program 

    Canadian space Agency
    Get a non-repayable contribution of up to $1 million for projects related to mission-enabling and generic space technologies.

  • Tax holiday for a new business created to commercialize intellectual property 

    Ministère de l'Économie et de l'Innovation
    If you create a new business by commercializing intellectual property stemming from a university or public research centre, you could be eligible for a tax holiday for up to 10 years.

  • The Sky’s the Limit Challenge 

    Natural Resources Canada
    The aviation industry needs a fuel that will cut pollution and fight climate change. Can you supply it?

  • Youth Employment and Skills Program 

    Department of Agriculture and Agri-Food
    If you’re a producer or food processor who is in need of extra labour, get a subsidy to cover at least 50% of wages to a maximum of $14,000/employee, as well as $5,000/employee for relocation costs, when you hire youth to work on agricultural projects.

Finance and insurance

  • AgriRisk Initiatives Program 

    Agriculture and Agri-Food Canada
    Get up to $500,000 per year to a maximum of $2.5 million over 5 years to develop new and innovative risk management tools for the Canadian agricultural sector.

  • FinDev Canada Financing and Investment 

    FinDev Canada
    Direct loans, loan guarantees, structured project financing and investments are available for companies operating in developing countries that bring sustainable social and economic benefits to local communities.

  • Subsidy to develop collaborative work spaces downtown 

    City of Montreal
    Get a grant to transform your downtown Montreal offices into collaborative spaces shared by several companies.

Management of companies and enterprises

Information and cultural industries

Administrative and support, waste management and remediation services

Educational services

  • Genome Canada 

    Genome Canada
    Your not-for-profit organization could get funding for R&D projects in genomics related to agriculture, energy, environment, fisheries, forestry, health and mining.

  • Subsidy for universal access to businesses 

    ​City of Montreal
    ​If you want to improve the accessibility of your business premises in Montreal, you could get a grant to offset eligible costs.

Accommodation and food services

Real estate and rental and leasing

Professional, scientific and technical services

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  • AI-Powered Supply Chains Supercluster (SCALE.AI) 

    ​Scale AI
    Get funding to cover up to 50% of the costs of collaborative projects that accelerate the adoption or commercialization of artifical intelligence (AI) for supply chains, when your SME partners with other Scale AI members.

  • Accompagnement en technologies de la santé (in French only)

    ​PME  MTL et MEDTEQ+
    Get coaching and start-up financing to develop your business in the health technology field.

  • Advisory Services Program – stream 1 

    Ministère de l'Agriculture, des Pêcheries et de l'Alimentation du Québec
    You could get up to $40,000 to cover a maximum of 85% of eligible costs to access consulting services through specific providers to make your agri-business more competitive.

  • Agri-Food Action/Prevention — Stream 1 

    Ministère de l'Agriculture, des Pêcheries et de l'Alimentation
    Get up to $50,000 to cover up to 75% of the costs for a project that promotes best practices for management and control of health and food risks.

  • Agri-Food Action/Prevention — Stream 2 

    ​Ministère de l'Agriculture, des Pêcheries et de l'Alimentation
    Get up to $50,000 to cover up to 75% of the costs of a project involving the design of tools for management and control of health and food risks.

  • Agri-Food Action/Prevention — Stream 3 

    Ministère de l'Agriculture, des Pêcheries et de l'Alimentation
    Get up to $50,000 to cover up to 75% of the costs of complying with the standards and the adoption of best practices for the management and control of health and food risks.

  • AgriInnovate Program 

    Agriculture and Agri-Food Canada
    Get up to $10 million in repayable contributions to cover 50% of the cost of projects that aim to accelerate demonstration, commercialization and/or adoption of innovative products, technologies, processes or services that increase agri-sector competitiveness and sustainability.

  • AgriRisk Initiatives Program 

    Agriculture and Agri-Food Canada
    Get up to $500,000 per year to a maximum of $2.5 million over 5 years to develop new and innovative risk management tools for the Canadian agricultural sector.

  • Arts Across Canada — Translation 

    ​Canada Council for the Arts
    Get up to $25,000 per translation, plus an annual supplement for targeted costs, for activities linked to the translation of Canadian literary works or dramatic works into French, English, an Aboriginal language, American Sign Language (ASL), Langue des signes québécoise (LSQ), or any other regional Canadian or Indigenous sign language for Canadian publication or presentation.

  • BioTalent — Career Starter Program 

    ​BioTalent Canada
    Get up to 50% (maximum $20,000) in wage subsidies for a three to nine-month job placement in the bio-economy to adopt a diverse and inclusive skilled labour.

  • BioTalent — Skilled Newcomer Internships for the Bio-Economy 

    ​BioTalent Canada
    Hire a internationally educated professionals for 3 to 9 months for a Bio-economy job and receive a subsidy of up to 75% of their salary up to a maximum of $20,000.

  • Canada’s Digital Technology Supercluster’s COVID-19 Program 

    Canada's digital technology supercluster
    ​Do you own a company in the digital technology sector that could help mitigate the effects of COVID-19? Your project could be financed by Canada’s Digital Technology Supercluster.

  • Canadian Agricultural Strategic Priorities Program 

    Agriculture and Agri-Food Canada
    If you’re a not-for-profit or Indigenous organization working towards sustainability and competitiveness by adopting new technology or building capacity, get up to $1 million per project in cost-shared funding to cover up to 50% of eligible project costs in most cases, and up to 75% for high-priority projects for the sector.

  • Centre of Excellence in Next Generation Networks (CENGN) 

    Centre of Excellence in Next Generation Networks
    Is your next-generation communication solutions project ready for commercialization? You could qualify for commercialization support.

  • Collaborative Industrial Research and Support to Innovative Entrepreneurship - Stream 1 

    ​Ministère de l'Économie et de l'Innovation
    Get a grant of up to $150,000 to cover up to 50% of eligible costs for carrying out research and an innovation project to develop and grow products and services for which the start-up was created.

  • Collaborative Industrial Research and Support to Innovative Entrepreneurship - Stream 3 

    Ministère de l'Économie et de l'Innovation
    Receive up to $1.5 million in funding to cover up to 50% of eligible expenses for structuring projects that highlight collaborative research in AI by a cluster of companies that share project costs, benefits and intellectual property.

  • Development of E-Business Tax Credit 

    Investissement Québec
    Tax credit of 30% (24% refundable and 6% non-refundable) for information technology (IT) sector salaries up to a maximum of $25,000 per employee working on e-business activities.

  • Digital Technology Supercluster 

    ​Canada's Digital Technology Supercluster
    Get a grant to cover a portion of eligible expenses for a collaborative project in various industries. Activities may include R&D to improve connectivity, access to innovation, enabling partnerships and providing training for SMEs, women, Indigenous peoples and other underrepresented groups. Collaborators must be Digital Technology Canada members, with membership fees dependent on investment contributions.

  • ECO Canada — Science Horizons Youth Internship (SHI) 

    ECO Canada
    Hire an intern for 6 to 12 months for an environmental science, technology, engineering, or mathematics (STEM) job and receive a subsidy up to $25 000 to cover up to 80% of their salary.

  • Financial assistance program for businesses affected by major construction 

    ​Ville de Montréal
    Receive a grant of up to $40,000 to offset your loss of income if your establishment is located in an area affected by major work.

  • Funding for dairy product development 

    Canadian Dairy Commission
    Get a non-repayable contribution of up to $150,000 to develop or improve food products using Canadian milk.

  • Funding to collaborate on health research 

    Canadian Institutes of Health Research
    Get access to a variety of funding and health research collaboration opportunities in Canada and globally.

  • Genome Quebec Programs 

    ​Génome Québec
    Get funding for genomics R&D projects.

  • Grant financing for ICT research partnerships 

    ​Prompt
    You could get a grant to cover at least 40% (and in some cases, up to 80%) of the costs of a research partnership project involving technologies that provide access to information through telecommunications (ICT).

  • Green infrastructure programs 

    Natural Resources Canada
    If your business is undertaking clean energy infrastructure projects, you may be eligible for funding to help with deployment and market entry.

  • INNOV-R — CQRDA (in French only)

    ​Consortium de recherche et d'innovations en bioprocédés industriels au Québec
    Get a grant of up to $500,000 per year for a three-year project to cover up to 50% of eligible expenses when you collaborate with at least one academic institution or public research centre on an R&D project aimed at reducing GHG emissions project in the field of aluminum.

  • INNOV-R — CRIAQ 

    Consortium de recherche et d'innovations en bioprocédés industriels au Québec
    Get a grant of up to $500,000 per year for a three-year project to cover up to 50% of eligible expenses when you collaborate with at least one academic institution or public research centre on an R&D project aimed at reducing GHG emissions project in the field of aerospace.

  • INNOV-R — CRIBIQ 

    Consortium de recherche et d'innovations en bioprocédés industriels au Québec
    Get a grant of up to $500,000 to cover up to 50% of eligible expenses when you collaborate with at least one academic institution or public research centre on an R&D project aimed at reducing GHG emissions.

  • INNOV-R — CRITM 

    Consortium de recherche et d'innovations en bioprocédés industriels au Québec
    Get a grant of up to $500,000 per year for a three-year project to cover up to 50% of eligible expenses when you collaborate with at least one academic institution or public research centre on an R&D project aimed at reducing GHG emissions project in the field of metal transformation.

  • INNOV-R — InnovÉÉ 

    Consortium de recherche et d'innovations en bioprocédés industriels au Québec
    Get a grant of up to $500,000 per year for a three-year project to cover up to 50% of eligible expenses when you collaborate with at least one academic institution or public research centre on an R&D project aimed at reducing GHG emissions project relating to the electricity industry, smart grids, transportation electrification or intelligent vehicles.

  • INNOV-R — PRIMA 

    Consortium de recherche et d'innovations en bioprocédés industriels au Québec
    Get a grant of up to $500,000 per year for a three-year project to cover up to 50% of eligible expenses when you collaborate with at least one academic institution or public research centre on an R&D project aimed at reducing GHG emissions in the field of advanced materials.

  • INNOV-R — PROMPT 

    Consortium de recherche et d'innovations en bioprocédés industriels au Québec
    Get a grant of up to $500,000 per year for a three-year project to cover up to 50% of eligible expenses when you collaborate with at least one academic institution or public research centre on an R&D project aimed at reducing GHG emissions in the field of Information and Communications Technologies (ICT).

  • ISC — AI for space robotics auto-diagnostics and early failure prediction 

    Innovation, Science and Economic Development
    Get a grant of up to $150,000 for the first phase, for up to 6 months. The challenge is to develop new processes that will reduce the cost of maintaining space robotics by providing automatic diagnostics and early flight equipment failure predictions.

  • ISC — Detecting Concussions Using Objective Indicators 

    ​Innovation, Science and Economic Development
    ​Get up to $150,000 to cover project expenses for up to 6 months in Phase 1 of this program. The challenge is to develop a technology, procedure or technique to detect concussions based on the objective measure of clinical indicators. Results should be issued during the initial medical visit and should be usable in medical settings by health practitioners with little training.

  • ISC — Plastics challenge: Mitigating the release of microplastics from tire wear 

    Innovation, Science and Economic Development
    Get up to $150,000 to cover project expenses for up to 6 months in Phase 1 of this program. The challenge is to develop cost effective technologies that will mitigate the microplastics pollution from tire wear and still comply to the tire wear standards in line with available tire solutions for rubber, vulcanized or thermoplastic tires.

  • ISC — Quantum computing for climate 

    Innovation, Science and Economic Development
    Get a grant of up to $150,000 for the first phase, for up to 6 months. The challenge is to propose a variety of quantum computing hardware and software solutions that can potentially provide new capabilities to tackle climate change.

  • ISC — Quantum-enhanced radio-frequency sensing 

    Innovation, Science and Economic Development
    Get a grant of up to $150,000 for the first phase, for up to 6 months. The challenge is to develop target detection solutions using radars via quantum-enhanced radar transmitters and/or radar receivers to benefit Canada and the Canadian Armed Forces.

  • ISC — Respiratory Disease Therapeutics 

    ​Innovation, Science and Economic Development
    Get up to $150,000 to cover project expenses for up to 6 months in Phase 1 of this program. The challenge is to develop therapeutics to address respiratory disease in early stages by targeting viral infection, replication and/or address associated comorbidities.

  • ISC — Stabilization of quantum measurements 

    Innovation, Science and Economic Development
    Get a grant of up to $150,000 for the first phase, for up to 6 months. The challenge is to develop a quantum prototype secret sharing between three users and networked quantum information processing with multiple quantum sensors distributed over a distance.

  • Industrial, Clean and Energy Technology (ICE) Venture Fund 

    ​Business Development Bank of Canada
    ​Benefit from this funding if your business is in industrial, clean and energy technology sector and has a strong potential for productivity growth.

  • Innovation in Quantum Technologies — Stream 2 

    Ministère de l'Économie et de l'Innovation
    Get a maximum of $150,000 to cover up to 30% of eligible expences (50% for demonstration of technology showcase) for a quantum technology project from the planning to the pre-commercialisation stage.

  • Lab2Market Program 

    ​Lab2Market
    Get a grant of up to $15,000 in this 16-week program, with access to mentors and advisors, with opportunities for networking and partnerships as you look to develop, test and commercialize or license your science and technology-enabled innovation.

  • NRC-IRAP Innovation Assistance Program 

    National Research Council Canada
    If your incorporated, early-stage business has fewer than 500 employees, is pursuing technology-driven innovation and is not eligible for the Canada Emergency Wage Subsidy, you can get a wage subsidy for your employees for up to 12 weeks during COVID-19.

  • Ocean Supercluster 

    ​Canada's Ocean Supercluster
    Get a grant to cover a portion of eligible expenses for a collaborative project in a wide range of industries including marine renewable energy, fisheries, aquaculture, oil and gas, defence, shipbuilding and transportation. Activities may include digital sensors and monitoring, autonomous marine vehicles, energy generation, automation, marine biotechnology and marine engineering technologies.

  • Recyc-Québec — Support for R&D in recycling 

    ​Recyc-Québec
    ​Get funding of up to $75,000 to cover up to 75% of costs related to R&D and commercial activities to diversify outcomes for unused tires or increase value for existing products.

  • Scientific Research and Experimental Development Tax Incentive Program (SR&ED) 

    Canada RevenueAgency
    Get a tax credit of 15% or a refundable tax credit of 35% on the first $3 million of project expenses if you are a small Canadian-controlled private corporation.

  • Soft Landing Program 

    Canadian Digital Media Network
    Get up to $4,000 to offset travel and accommodations costs to open new markets, close international sales, and secure investments abroad.

  • Space Technology Development Program 

    Canadian space Agency
    Get a non-repayable contribution of up to $1 million for projects related to mission-enabling and generic space technologies.

  • Subsidy for universal access to businesses 

    ​City of Montreal
    ​If you want to improve the accessibility of your business premises in Montreal, you could get a grant to offset eligible costs.

  • Subsidy to develop collaborative work spaces downtown 

    City of Montreal
    Get a grant to transform your downtown Montreal offices into collaborative spaces shared by several companies.

  • TELUS Pollinator Fund for Good 

    ​Telus
    Get funding for your innovative projects in health, education, agriculture and the environment.

  • Tax credit for multimedia event or environment productions sponsored outside Quebec 

    Société de développement des entreprises culturelles
    Tax credit of up to 35% of labour costs and production expenses relating to showcasing your Quebec production outside the province, up to a maximum credit of $350,000 per production.

  • Tax credits for production of multimedia titles 

    Investissement Québec
    Refundable tax credit for multimedia producers may amount to 37.5% of eligible labour expenditures.

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