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Helping you get back to business: Project-based incentives and grant programs

Updated on January 25, 2022

The federal and provincial governments offer a range of programs to support businesses with project-based incentives.  From federal grants to tax credits, we can assist with applications for non-dilutive funding to drive your business’ growth innovation and market expansion.

Consult our PDF for information on the following programs:

Federal Grants

  • Agriculture Clean Technology Program (ACT)
  • Business Scale-up and Productivity Program
  • Canada Job Grant
  • CanExport SME’s
  • Career Ready Program
  • Futurepreneur Financing Program
  • Industrial Research Assistance Program (IRAP)
  • Innovative Solutions Canada (ISC)
  • Programs
  • Jobs and Growth Fund
  • Magnet Student Work Placement
  • Program
  • Research and Innovation (R&I) Stream
  • Strategic Innovation Fund (SIF)
  • Sustainable Development Technology
  • Canada (SDTC) - Clean Tech Fund
  • Youth Employment Program

Provincial Grants

  • Alberta Innovates
  • Atlantic Innovation Fund
  • Manitoba Tax Innovation Program
  • Newfoundland and Labrador Research
  • and Innovation Fund
  • Ontario Development Funds
  • Ontario Interactive Digital Media Fund
  • Prince Edward Island Innovation Fund
  • Summary

Tax Credits

  • Digital Media Tax Credit
  • Film & Video Production Tax Credits
  • Ontario Regional Opportunities
  • Investment Tax Credit
  • Scientific Research & Experimental
  • Development (SR&ED)

Supercluster Programs

  • Advanced Manufacturing
  • AI-Powered Supply Chains
  • Co-Investment Funding Program
  • Digital Technology
  • Oceans

Download the PDF for more information [ 3120 kb ]

We are here to help

We understand that you want to be agile and responsive as the situation unfolds. Having access to experts, insights and accurate information as quickly as possible is critical—but your resources may be stretched at this time.

We’re here to support you as you navigate through the impacts of coronavirus on your business and your investments.

Grant Thornton LLP wants to caution that these rules are still new and continue to evolve as the government continues to re-evaluate the economic impact caused by the COVID-19 pandemic. We may still see changes to these measures—as well as new measures—as the government attempts to address the issues that have been raised by us and the tax community. Therefore, any analysis included herein, reflects our knowledge as of the date and time of this email and may no longer be applicable if changes do occur and you should proceed with caution before making any decisions.