"Government Monies To Finance Your Small Business May Be Available"

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Due to a lack of funding, many entrepreneurial ideas end before they have a chance to truly get started. Facilities, equipment, supplies, inventory, marketing, transportation, websites, employees, training, and countless other factors all contribute to expenses that can hamper a start up or existing small business from reaching its potential. Fortunately, the Canadian government has responded to this need by offering small business financing programs.

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It may be difficult to believe, but the government wants your small business to succeed. By spending its money to help you now, the Canadian government is making an investment in the country’s economic future because you will use the money to create jobs and increase tax revenues. This is why Canadian federal, provincial, territorial, and municipal government agencies provide grants, loans, tax considerations, and more.

Finding these Canadian government grants and loans is not easy, and can take a lot of time and research, so Small Business Grants Canada provides a variety of resources you can access. From articles to help you better understand the general process of making your small business dream a reality, to providing direct information on available funding programs, we are here to help.

Find out how these Canadian small businesses got their funding
Candie and Dolls a Winnipeg hit with $15,000 loan

Candie and Dolls a Winnipeg hit with $15,000 loan

Government funding for women helps small business start up When Dolly Woo and Candice Versace decided there wasn't enough selection when it came to clothing stores in Winnipeg, they did two things about it. They'd take regular trips to find more promising hunting grounds, and... <more...>
Calgary custom staircase company gets $30,000 business loan

Calgary custom staircase company gets $30,000 business loan

Financing assistance needed to expand small business facilities and offerings Deep in the heartland of Western Canada, a small business called Spindle, Stairs and Railings thrives in Calgary, Alberta, making custom spindles and staircases since 1999. Due to a very high quality... <more...>
Kemptville, ON yoga centre a fruitful endeavour with funding over $90,000

Kemptville, ON yoga centre a fruitful endeavour with funding over $90,000

String of bad events leads to new small business opportunity Gayle Poapst had an early introduction to yoga. "My mom was a bit of a hippy," she says with a laugh. "She used to get me to meditate when I was a little kid.... <more...>
Government gives $30,000 loan to Saint John, NB home improvement business

Government gives $30,000 loan to Saint John, NB home improvement business

Government-backed loan is a concrete foundation for small business success In Saint John, New Brunswick, a start up small business named The Concrete Edge is paving a path to success. The company, founded in 2005 by... <more...>
Small Business Loans Cooperative helps launch retail operation with government financing

Small Business Loans Cooperative helps launch retail operation with government financing

Desperate need leads to small business opportunity When Cathie Chase first spotted the closed-up building on Highway 39 in Yellow Grass, Saskatchewan, she thought it would make a good investment property. The former... <more...>