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Minority women owned small business grants are available, and they have been put in place specifically to assist minority women with their small business funding. The purpose of this being that the government of Canada wants to encourage minority women to not only open new small businesses. However, to expand their existing one, if there is merit to do so. The government of Canada has many grants and programs in place not only for minority women. However, for other groups and individual small business owners also. Here at the Centre for Small Business Financing you will be able to speak with a qualified representative by filling out the quick form on the right of your screen, or you can call us directly at 1-866-682-7580.
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