"Finance Your BC Small Business with Government Grants"

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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Want a grant to grow your British Columbia (BC) small business? You can get things done you didn't think possible on your own thanks to government financial assistance programs, like grants.

Use BC government grants to grow or start your small business

Small business grants from the BC or Canadian government can be yours for the taking if you know how to get more information on them. BC's Randy Cook went from being laid off to launching a motorcycle school with a government grant that paid him a living wage for a year while he got his business rolling.

Get info on small business grants, call 1-866-682-2402

Find government grants for your BC small business by calling 1-866-682-2402 to learn about available funding programs and how you apply to access them. Deadlines differ between grants and an important cut-off may be passing. Improve your chances by preparing your BC small business grant application soon. (Find who has received BC grants in the BC grant recipients section.)

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Unique BC Small Business Launches due to Government Support Self-Employment Program

Small business owner gets ahead using government support A small business idea had been gestating for at least a couple of years, and Trish Carter was taking her time "getting my ducks in a row" before tackling it full... View Details

$30,000 in Financing helps Vancouver Entrepreneur Launch Online Trading Marketplace

If he were to do it all over, Samuel Araki would not have self-financed his Vancouver, B.C. start-up, TradingMetro. "I've been told that I'm crazy to have self-financed to this point," he says. "I just thought I could... View Details

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