CRTC Broadband Fund Webinar: Top Tips on Writing a Winning Application

Industry incentives are a material source of funding for many companies. Now, the Government of Canada has announced the Broadband Fund—a second round of funding to support the provision of broadband services to regional and rural communities.

The CRTC Broadband Fund will award $125M in 2020, and $150M+ for another four years thereafter.

As a telco, ISP, carrier, or carrier partner, you are considering applying to the Fund, but the application materials are detailed and time-consuming, and the filing timeframe is tight.

Attend this webinar to learn how to write a winning application.

Will your company apply for its fair share?

What You Will Learn

  1. Who is eligible to apply?
  2. How long are the application forms? How much time is required?
  3. What style of writing is best? Bullets, sentences, pictures and graphs?
  4. What attachments are required?
  5. Who will score it and how?

Date and Time  

Tuesday, December 17, 2019 12:10 – 12:45 (Lunch and Learn)
Can’t make it? Send someone from your team.

How to Participate

Register here and receive your access credentials by email. There is no cost to attend.

About Your Presenter

Teri Kirk is a lawyer, former telecom executive and CEO of Fundingportal. She holds a Juris Doctor (Law) from Osgoode Hall Law School and a Master’s focusing on digital transformation. Teri and her team have written many hundreds of winning grant applications, focused largely on telecom and digital transformation.

About Fundingportal

Fundingportal is North America’s s go-to organization for solutions and services to help industry and innovators succeed in grants and incentives financing markets.

To learn more, call us at 1.855.850.FUND (3866).


Fundingportal leverages innovation to help businesses, nonprofits, and municipalities like yours to get grants and funding.

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