24 Grants that Your Business Might Qualify For:


With the changes in economy, many business owners are struggling to get a foothold on what they need to do to ensure that their business is stable now and into the future. At Pivotleader we have seen some tremendous transformations when businesses have the opportunity to hire outside help to guide them towards increased profitability and

less stress.


Our team has found 24 grants that your business might qualify for in helping you take

your business to the next level.


Please let us know if you need any more information. Info@pivotleader.com


Business Grants - Canada:


Canada Job Grant (CJG)

The Canada Job Grant (CJG) is a Canadian government funding program designed to

reduce the costs of providing third-party skills training to new and existing

employees. Launched in 2014, the Canada Job Grant allocates upwards of $194M

annually to support the upskilling of new and existing employees so that they can

perform learn new skills and become more valuable to their organization.

Link: https://www.canada.ca/en/employment-social-development/services/funding.html


Canada Small Business Financing Program

The Canada Small Business Financing Program is part of the Canada Small Business

Financing Act and was created to help support business growth through business loans

with competitive interest rates. Up to $1M for business expansion activities, including

the acquisition of a building, leasehold improvements, purchasing new or used

equipment, and software components.

Link: https://www.ic.gc.ca/eic/site/csbfp-pfpec.nsf/eng/home


The Canada Small Business Financing Program

The Canada Small Business Financing Program is part of the Canada Small Business

Financing Act and was created to help support business growth through business loans

with competitive interest rates.

Link: https://www.mentorworks.ca/government-funding/business-expansion/canada-small-business-financing-program/


Strategic Innovation Fund (SIF)

The SIF is a Canadian government funding program uniquely targeted at Canada’s

industrial and technology sectors. It offers financial contributions (both repayable and

non-repayable) valued at up to 50% of project costs with the purpose of promoting

investment into the types of activities that drive sustained productivity and economic

benefits.

Link: http://www.ic.gc.ca/eic/site/125.nsf/eng/home


Business Grants - British Columbia:


Canada-B.C. Job Grant

The B.C. Employer Training Grant program (ETG) supports skills training to address

provincial labor market shortages. Reimbursement amounts vary between 60% and

100% depending on the training stream. Employers are eligible to receive up to

$300,000 per fiscal year (April 1 – March 31).

Link: https://www.workbc.ca/Employer-Resources/BC-Employer-Training-Grant.aspx

Foundational Training Stream (Gov’t of Canada through the Canada-BC

workforce development agreement)

This stream supports unemployed and low-skilled British Columbians to gain essential,

transferable and certified skills to obtain good-paying jobs and increase job security.

Under the Foundational Training Stream, employers may receive 100 percent of eligible

training costs, up to a maximum of $10,000 per participant per fiscal year.

Link: https://www.workbc.ca/Employer-Resources/BC-Employer-Training-Grant/Foundational-Training-Stream.aspx


Workforce Training stream (Gov’t of Canada through the Canada-BC workforce