"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.

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Waterloo, ON telecom business gets money from government backed loan

Waterloo, ON telecom business gets money from government backed loan

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Rouyn Noranda, QC bio lab gets hefty loan

Rouyn Noranda, QC bio lab gets hefty loan

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Restaurant reborn thanks to federal financing program - small business reopens

Restaurant reborn thanks to federal financing program - small business reopens

Successful family business passes the torch with government assistance Brighton, Ontario is a small town nestled on the shores of Lake Ontario north of Presqu'ile Provincial Park. A tourist attraction for its excellent... <more...>
Regina spa increases profits by 200% with business loan

Regina spa increases profits by 200% with business loan

A need to grow means a need for additional small business financing Beauty has always been a labour of love and passion for entrepreneur and small business owner, Laura Englund. After graduating from the Saskatchewan Institute of Applied Science and Technology in 1995 with an... <more...>
Surrey, BC manufacturer buys equipment with $29,000 loan

Surrey, BC manufacturer buys equipment with $29,000 loan

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