Support and Funding Opportunities
The Work Integrated Learning (WIL) Voucher program for the STEM and life sciences sector helps post-secondary institutions and employers in connecting students with new learning opportunities and on-the-job training.
Canadian Agricultural Partnership (CAP) programs provide grant-shared opportunities for Alberta producers, farmers, ranchers, processors and organizations.
Level up your digital health or life sciences venture with funding, R&D infrastructure and professional development support.
BioTalent Canada supports the people behind life-changing science. Trusted as the go-to source for labour market intelligence, BioTalent Canada guides bio-economy stakeholders with evidence-based data and industry-driven standards. BioTalent Canada is focused on igniting the industry’s brainpower bridging the gap between job-ready talent and employers and ensuring the long-term agility, resiliency, and sustainability of one of Canada’s most vital sectors.
Campus Alberta Neuroscience (CAN) is offering the NeuroSpark Innovation Grants, a program designed to foster and encourage neuroscience innovation and entrepreneurship in Alberta.
Funding, training and business support programs that foster economic development in Alberta.
The City of Edmonton has allocated $5 million to the administration of Phase 1 of the Edmonton Edge Fund. Phase 1 of the program is designed to address a current gap in funding available to innovators and entrepreneurs operating in or entering the Edmonton market.
By connecting innovators to experienced entrepreneurs, imYEG supports the commercialization of innovative technology.