Websites sell incorrect info on government grants. Where can you get the right info?

Websites sell incorrect info on government grants. And, to add insult to injury, they would charge you for that.

Where can you go for the correct information on grants and loans? I have good news for you. Canada Business Ontario provides the information for free. Their website is a single source for information on all grants and loans. Just select from the list what you want to do (e.g. “Hire or train people”), et voila: a list of all government grants you are entitled to!

In addition to that, CBO can do marketing research for you and many other things that your start-up business may need. Everything is free! If you need some business-related information they cannot provide, they will refer you to someone who can. (The referral is free as well!)

CBO contact information

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2 Responses to “Websites sell incorrect info on government grants. Where can you get the right info?”

  1. Alex Sirota Says:

    Don’t forget that Ontario programs are always at http://www.ontario.ca/businessprograms — we feed that info to CBO.

  2. oryxandcrake Says:

    Alex, thank you for the information!

    By the way, I did not find on the CBO site any translation-related grants, that Canada Council for the Arts offers in assortment. You might want to tell that to the people from CBO.


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