Top New Grants and Incentives This Week

The U.S. government published 58 new grant programs this week, including funding for diabetes research, distressed cities, and food safety. Keep reading to get an overview of three new top grants announced this week. Program #1. Type 1 Diabetes in Acute Pancreatitis Consortium – Clinical Centers (T1DAPC-CCs) (U01 Clinical Trial Optional) Department. Health and Human Services[…]

Who Got Government Grants This Week

Funding for the week of Nov. 25 under Canadian federal and provincial grants and business incentive programs reached $1.1B, up from $150.9M during the previous week. Top Sector…The Transportation sector ranked first, attracting $640M, or 41% of national disbursements. Top Region…Ontario is the top province this week, securing $646.8M and accounting for 59% of total[…]

QP Briefing. COF 2019: Premiers gather in Toronto to present united front to Ottawa

By Jack Hauen Premier Doug Ford played host to the rest of Canada’s provincial and territorial leaders on Monday morning in Mississauga to form a united front in asking Prime Minister Justin Trudeau for more money. Over the weekend, Ford, Saskatchewan premier Scott Moe and New Brunswick premier Blaine Higgs committed to collaborate on nuclear reactor technology. Just before the meeting, Ford handed out[…]

Teri Kirk, President & CEO, Fundingportal

Fundingportal helping industry succeed under the massive Broadband Fund

Fundingportal is partnering with industry to help businesses succeed under the CRTC’s Broadband Fund by offering informational webinars on the new fund, as well as targeted services for applicants. Last month, the CRTC opened its second call for applications under its massive $750M Broadband Fund. The program will fund projects that improve broadband access across[…]

New Forest Sector Fund in Ontario

The Government of Ontario has announced the launch of the new Forest Sector Investment and Innovation Program, which will become the government’s key program for the sector. Quick Facts. This program replaces the Forestry Growth Fund. It will provide up to $10M per year in funding over five years. The program will support strategic projects[…]