Federal Economic Development Agency for Southern Ontario

The announcement of a $600,000 federal investment comes at the perfect time as the local museum rebuilds its visitor base post-pandemic.
Bluesfest is receiving $9.8 million to help it expand its facilities and increase its capacity for high-profile shows, the federal government announced Thursday.
Three tourism organizations in Eastern Ontario will receive federal funding to help them recover from the pandemic and continue to grow.
The Federal Economic Development Agency for Southern Ontario is giving local organization $5.5 million to help Ottawa-based tourism businesses develop "new and enhanced products and services."
Martello Technologies is getting a multimillion-dollar funding boost as it looks to bounce back from a pandemic-fuelled slump that stalled a years-long stretch of virtually uninterrupted growth.
Under the initiative announced last weekend, downtown businesses will be eligible for up to $10,000 to cover non-deferrable operational costs not covered by other federal programs. 
Bank Street, Preston Street, Somerset Chinatown, Sparks Street and Vanier BIAs have been chosen to participate in program aimed at revitalizing mainstreet retailers.
Eastern Ontario firm says new equipment will help increase production by 50 per cent.
Manufacturer says it plans to use the loan to add to its team of 370 employees and acquire real-time analytics technology to boost its production capacity.
Federal Minister of Innovation, Science and Economic Development Navdeep Bains announced Wednesday the federal government will invest up to $8 million in the Innovation Centre at Bayview Ya