Tag: Funding

Canada Summer Jobs 2022 – Call for Applications

The annual call for applications for the Canada Summer Jobs (CSJ) program is open. Employment and Social Development Canada will be accepting applications until January 25, 2022.  For CSJ 2022, the Government …

Paid Work Experience Tax Credits

The Paid Work Experience Tax Credits are a group of programs that help employers create work experience opportunities for students in Manitoba. There are two incentives for employers who hire …

CEWIL Innovation Hub (iHub) Call for Proposals

Co-operative Education & Work-Integrated Learning (CEWIL) is pleased to announce a call for proposals as part of its new CEWIL Innovation Hub (iHub), funded in part by the Government of …

First Nations Waste Management Initiative

This initiative provides support to First Nations to develop sustainable waste management systems through modern infrastructure, operations, training and partnerships. Funding is available for a range of waste management activities, …

Province Provides More Than $1 Million Toward Manitoba Mineral Development Fund

The Manitoba government is providing an additional $1 million into the Manitoba Mineral Development Fund to support mineral and economic development initiatives in the north and throughout the province. The …

The Natural Gas Innovation Fund Launches $5.5M Innovation Challenge

Free Info webinar on June 10. Deadline to apply is July 8.

Low Emission Fuels and Products Technology Competition

Up to $10 million is available per successful applicant

The Manitoba Mineral Development Fund (MMDF) Call for Applications

Up to $50,000 towards short term projects and up to $300,000 towards medium- or long-term projects available.

Prime Minister Announces New Supports for Indigenous Peoples and Communities

The federal government announced over $200 million in new funding to provide support to Indigenous peoples and communities. The funding includes: $120.7 million to help Indigenous early learning and child …

Safe Restart Agreement funding to Municipalities

As part of the Safe Restart Agreement, Manitoba has received $106 million for municipalities and public transit. Of that, $72.6 million will flow directly to Manitoba’s 137 municipalities on a …