Funding Programs

You can narrow down funding opportunities based on who you are (eligibility) and what kind of funding you are looking for (category). Choose some options from the lists below and press go.

 

Funding for preventative home maintenance checks and minor servicing or repairs.
A trapper may be entitled to a bonus if their fur or castor sells for an amount equal to or greater than the guaranteed advance that was received.
This program provides funding to local prospectors who are looking to identify the NWT’s next big mineral find by investing in the tools, equipment, and activities necessary to prospect.
This program provides funding to local prospectors who are looking to identify the NWT’s next big mineral find by investing in the tools, equipment, and activities necessary to prospect.
Funding for prospectors and exploration companies who propose new exploration projects or are already carrying out mineral exploration work in the NWT.
Public housing that costs lower than the average rent is available in 30 Northwest Territories (NWT) communities.
Funding for sport and recreation organizations and schools to organize and host regional youth sport events in the Northwest Territories (NWT)
Rent subsidy is available to help with rental costs.
Wage enhancement funding for centre-based early childhood educators.
This program provides incentives to businesses that can offset loan interest associated with capital purchases to help your business expand.
This program provides support to individuals who are starting a small business or taking over an existing business in which they did not have prior ownership.
The Senior Home Heating Subsidy provides financial assistance to low-to-modest income seniors to help with the cost of heating their homes.
The Seniors Aging-in-Place funding is available for residents 60 and older to lower energy costs or to do home repairs in the Northwest Territories (NWT).
Building repair and program support funding for homeless shelters.
This program provides support for eligible individuals to participate in short-term training opportunities for up to 52 weeks, which upgrade or develop essential employability skills.
Funding for community projects that look to address homelessness.
Funding for underserved, remote communities and organizations to support and promote agriculture programming in their areas.
This funding supports businesses that will diversify and grow the NWT economy and create jobs in the NWT.

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