Government Grants – how to apply
July 17, 2003
By Canadian Consulting Engineer
It's the taxpayer advocate's nightmare, but it's good reading for those who want to develop new technologies or do...
It’s the taxpayer advocate’s nightmare, but it’s good reading for those who want to develop new technologies or do other research.
The new revised edition of the Canadian Subsidy Directory 2003 has just been published, offering leads for those who want to apply for supportive funds.
The directory is “deemed to be the perfect tool for new or existing businesses, individual ventures, foundations and associations.”
Published by Canada Books, it contains more than 2,000 direct and indirect financial subsidies, grans and loans offered by government departments and agences, foundations, associations and organizations.