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south temiskaming community futures development corporation
the temiskaming foundation
We are The Temiskaming Foundation and community vitality has been our purpose, promise and passion since 1994 when we started connecting donors to community needs and opportunities. Together, we help build strong and resilient places to live, work and play. Inclusive. Innovative. Forward-looking. Vital. This is our vision for our community. In our vision, our community is inclusive and provides opportunities to all. We want to ensure that all our citizens are able to benefit from the best our community can offer: the arts, recreation, health care, education, safe and inclusive neighbourhoods and a healthy environment.
temiskaming development fund corporation
Temfund is a legacy fund which provides Temiskaming Region businesses and organizations from all sectors with a suite of lending programs. Our northern focus allows us to provide flexible, local, and responsive solutions.
VISION: Foster community growth opportunities today to ensure prosperity tomorrow
NOrthern ontario farm innovation alliance
NOFIA is a non-profit organization that will provide a research and innovation infrastructure for agriculture in Northern Ontario by creating partnerships with various groups to research, innovate and commercialize agricultural products and technologies for effective use in Northern Ontario.
Northern ontario heritage fund corporation
NOHFC promotes and stimulates economic development initiatives in Northern Ontario by providing financial assistance to projects that stabilize, diversify and foster the economic growth and diversification of the region. Learn More about NOHFC Grant Programs
Northern Ontario Angels
NOA was created as a not-for-profit corporation as a catalyst to establish angel investment groups and create a gateway to facilitate connections between entrepreneurs and investors. Their goal is to stimulate investment capital into Northern Ontario companies to help them grow and succeed.
innovation initiatives ontario north
Innovation Initiatives Ontario North (IION) is a Regional Innovation Centre that assists innovative entrepreneurs, start-ups and existing companies develop and scale. IION works collaboratively with a variety of strategic partners throughout the province to promote client growth and help to position them for future success. IION is located at Canadore College in North Bay and proudly serves the districts of Nipissing, Timiskaming, Parry Sound, and Muskoka. Les services sont également disponibles en français sur demande. Veuillez-nous contacter pour en apprendre plus.
TSACC has partnered with a company called Gustin Quon, which specializes in getting government grant funding for For-Profit Organizations. Some of the available programs are: •$15,000 in initial grant funding •$50,000 to $100,000 in 0% interest government loans •$7,300 in wage subsidies to pay employees
We highly recommend that you book a meeting with one of their grant advisors to learn more about the program and to determine how much you qualify for (to qualify for the 15K grant, the business must have done 500K in annual revenue in only one of the last three years and have at least one T4 employee).
Please click HERE to book a 15-Minute Introduction Meeting with Gustin Quon:
Information for entrepreneurs who want to start and run a business in Ontario. Learn how to register your business, apply for funding and tax credits, and get free, personalized help to start your business. CLICK HERE TO LEARN MORE
Paro is a not-for-profit social enterprise. They collaborate to empower women, strengthen small business, and promote community economic development across Ontario.
You can now earn double the health and safety rebates through the WSIB’s Health and Safety Excellence program in 2023 and 2024!
learn more about how the program works and then connect with one of our approved program providers to start the enrollment process. Through the Health and Safety Excellence program, you’ll: · earn double the rebates, plus $1,000 towards their health and safety plan in2023 and 2024 · reduce the risk of injuries and illnesses in their workplace, and lessen the impact when they do occur · boost their bottom line while showing their employees, customers and community their commitment to health and safety
Intellectual Property ontario
Intellectual Property Ontario (IPON) Do you have an idea, technology or invention and need help understanding how IP can protect and scale your business? IPON works directly with clients including industry, researchers, and entrepreneurs, to better understand how to protect and maximize the value of their IP, strengthen their capacity to grow, compete in the market, and advance the province’s economic growth. Their services and support available for free to anyone include an on-demand basic IP education course and learning sessions that take place in-person or online. Client services includes funding for up to $25,000, one-on-one mentorship opportunities and numerous tailored services for innovators across the province. To register your interest in becoming an IPON client for trusted IP services and support, click fill out the eligibility form (less than 5 minutes to complete). Applications will be reviewed as part of the next cohort later in 2023. For more information on all supports and services, visit www.ip-ontario.ca
Apprentice Search and funding
ApprenticeSearch.com addresses Canada's skilled trades shortage by working to drive awareness of the trades and make connections between employers and job seekers. Click Here to Learn More
Employers can receive up to $10,000 to hire a new first-year apprentice For more information or to register for the Information Session visit the Career Launcher Apprenticeships website. To reach a member of the Career Launcher Apprenticeships team, email firstname.lastname@example.org or call (343) 451-6595
Indigenous Business Navigator Service
New Indigenous Business Navigator Service Available at Indigenous Services Canada. When applying for funding or business supports, connecting to all the programs, funding applications, departments and agencies of the government can be a challenge.
To help make things easier for Indigenous businesses, organizations, and communities, a new service is now available through Indigenous Services Canada: the Indigenous Business Navigator Service.
digital main street transformation grant
The Digital Main Street Digital Transformation Grant is now open! The Digital Transformation Grant (DTG) program is focused on assisting small businesses with their adoption of technologies. The program provides training, advisory support and grants to brick-and-mortar small businesses looking to increase their capacity through digital transformation. Your small business can access up to $2,500 in digital transformation funds! Get started by registering at digitalmainstreet.ca/ontariogrants/ NEOnet's DSS team can help you register and apply for the DTG! Contact Ryan at 705-360-1353 ext. 40 or at email@example.com
ontario trillium foundation
Ontario Trillium Foundation (OTF) has a goal of building healthy and vibrant communities throughout Ontario by investing in community-based initiatives, and strengthening the impact of Ontario’s non-profit sector.
The Ministry of Citizenship and Multiculturalism is pleased to announce that the RAISE grant program (2023-24) is now open for applications. Applications for the program must be submitted on or before December 8, 2023 at 11:59 p.m. EST. This expanded program will provide access to business development training, culturally responsive and tailored business coaching, networking opportunities, and a one-time grant of $10,000 to support Indigenous, Black and other racialized entrepreneurs. If you are an Indigenous, Black or other racialized entrepreneur and own a small business in Ontario that is registered with the Canada Revenue Agency, then you may be eligible. Entrepreneurs who have not previously participated in the RAISE grant program are encouraged to apply to access the enhanced offerings. Applications are processed in the order they are received. Eligible applicants will be accepted into the program until the program budget is reached. Visit the RAISE grant program web portal for more information about program eligibility, eligible expenses and what you need to apply.
Should you have any questions, contact us Monday to Friday, 8:30 a.m. to 5:00 p.m. EST, excluding government and statutory holidays. Call toll-free at 1-888-975-5502 or email firstname.lastname@example.org. Video Relay Service (VRS) for Deaf and hard of hearing persons is available at 437-538-4850.
Canada Small Business financing program
The Canada Small Business Financing Program makes it easier for small businesses to get loans from financial institutions by sharing the risk with lenders. The maximum loanamount for a borrower is $1.15 million. • Up to a maximum of $1,000,000 for term loans for any one borrower, of which no more than $500,000 can be used for purchasing leasehold improvements or improving leased property and purchasing or improving new or used equipment and of that amount, a maximum of $150,000 could be used for intangible assets and working capital costs. • Up to a maximum of $150,000 for lines of credit. Financial institutions deliver the program and are solely responsible for approving the loan. For more information download their PDF pamphlet or click hereto find a lender near you.
Canada Digital Adoption Program: Find Out How Your Business Might Benefit
CDAP will help SMEs boost their ecommerce presence and digitize how they run their businesses behind the scenes. The program provides funding and expertise to businesses as well as training and work opportunities for young Canadians.
Technology and the pace of change has accelerated rapidly in the last few years. If you are having difficulty keeping up, or want to optimize the digital capacity of your business, consider applying for a Canada Digital Adoption Program (CDAP) Boost Your Business Technology.
Boost Your Business Technology can help get your business online, give your e-commerce presence a boost, or digitalize your business' operations. These grants are designed to help Canadian businesses become more competitive.
In addition to helping your business scale up its technology, and become more resilient and competitive, the program also offers wage subsidies to hire youth to support the implementation of new technology and strategies.
More about Boost Your Business Technology:
Use a free digital assessment tool to evaluate your business’ digital readiness.
Get a grant of up to $15,000 to consult a digital expert and develop a digital adoption plan for your business.
Get up to $100,000 in interest-free loans from BDC to implement your digital adoption plan.
Leverage a subsidized work placement of up to $7,300 to bring on a youth to help with your digital transformation.