Business

Canada's Economic Action Plan (EAP) provides assistance to Canadian businesses. You can select one of the following links to see a complete list of initiatives of interest to the following sectors:

Economic Action Plan 2013 introduced new measures to take business innovation to the next level. The Concierge Service is part of the Government of Canada’s efforts to help small- and medium-sized enterprises (SMEs) in Canada identify and access the most relevant business innovation assistance and programs.

A man in a suit points at a hologram map of the world. The Investing in Commercialization Partnerships (ICP) initiative supports business-led partnerships with a focus on developing globally-competitive products and services. Increased collaboration among businesses, post-secondary institutions and research organizations narrows the gap between innovation and commercialization.

Economic Action Plan 2014 proposes to reallocate $15 million annually towards supporting up to 1,000 internships in small and medium-sized enterprises.
Economic Action Plan 2014 proposes to provide $150,000 to increase mentorship among women entrepreneurs.

The Automotive Innovation Fund (AIF) provides $250 million over five years to support automotive firms’ strategic, large-scale research and development (R&D) projects to build innovative, greener, more fuel-efficient vehicles.

Economic Action Plan 2013 announced new Entrepreneurship Awards celebrating the achievements, mentorship, risk taking and resilience of Canadian entrepreneurs.
The Government will examine whether the conflict of interest provisions contained in the financial sector statutes remain consistent with the overall Government policy as outlined in the Conflict of Interest Act.
Economic Action Plan 2013 will enhance the Government’s support for the strategic international expansion of Canadian financial institutions.

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