"Canadian Government Money Is Now Available For Your Small Business"

Explore available funding programs for your business

Take 45 seconds to learn how much money your small business may be able to receive in government grants and/or loans. While no one can guarantee you funding the more you know the better.

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Choose from many available funding types

Entrepreneurs in need of money to finance their Canadian small business may want to get a grant, loan, or other form of financial aid that can be put towards new equipment, renovations, training, advertising, and numerous other objectives. Our independent research organization can tell you how to get government money and how to grow your small business with these valuable small business resources.

Your government strives to support entrepreneurs

Various Canadian governments have set aside monies for funding programs (grants and loans) earmarked for financing small businesses like yours. Because our firm is not affiliated with the government we can offer unbiased advice to help eligible entrepreneurs start-up, expand, or improve their business.

Use government money to kick start your business

Whether you need $100 or $100,000 take advantage of the available government grants and small business loans. Knowing where and how to apply gives you a real advantage. Our research firm can help you get information on government money to start up a new business or help your small business expand. See examples of grants and loans recipients from your province in the grant recipients section.

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