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.

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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.

Business Benefits Finder helping you find the right programs and services, whether you’re starting out or scaling up.

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.