This year at Graph Expo you were being asked to “Think Big”. Along those lines, Graph Expo 16 “welcomes Wide Format Inkjet Printers”. If you are thinking of expanding your business to develop a wide format capability, funding support might be available. There are two federal programs in particular that might provide you with funding … Read more →
Posts by Elliot Schiller
How to access funds from the federal SR&ED program
How this organization can help you to access funds.
Créativité Québec and how you can access its funds
And is funding support available?
February and March saw new budgets introduced in Québec, Ontario and Ottawa. These budgets, all brought down by Liberal governments, showed a deep contrast in how these provinces and the federal government intend to incentivize manufacturing going forward. The first budget tabled was in Ontario on February 25, 2016, which did not change corporate income … Read more →
Here’s some good news for companies contemplating expanding to new markets internationally. The Government of Canada’s newly announced CanExport Program will provide up to $50 million over five years in direct financial support to small- and medium-sized enterprises in Canada seeking to develop new export opportunities and markets. Delivered by the Trade Commissioner Service of … Read more →
The new Canadian government is about to enter into its new fiscal year, April 1, with a very clear direction from Prime Minister Trudeau that his government will focus on “things like growing the economy, creating jobs, strengthening the middle class, and helping those working hard to join it.” (Speech from the Throne, December 4, … Read more →
Canada’s 23rd prime minister, Justin Trudeau is just beginning his four year mandate in which he promises “real change”. There were a significant number of promises made during the campaign, and it will be quite a task for the government to enact them all in a timely manner, while keeping Canada fiscally sound. One of … Read more →
The people of Canada have spoken. The Liberals, after a brilliantly run campaign, have been awarded a majority government, just four years after being relegated being to the third place party. So, what changes with respect to existing government programs that support business growth are we likely to see, and what new programming directions are … Read more →
By now, it appears that the 42nd Parliament will likely look dramatically different from the 41st. Unless the pollsters are all wrong or there is a significant shift in voter opinion, all signs point to a minority government. How will this coalition government affect the funding help that will be available to you after the … Read more →
This is an unprecedented first in federal elections in Canadian history.