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Economic Action Plan Grant

Economic Action Plan Grant

To be eligible to receive an Economic Action Plan Grant, the applicant must be a local business, a business association or a non-profit organization in good standing and must have a primarily commercial mandate. They must also have a valid City business licence, or have plans to obtain one by the time of project completion, unless:

The business does not require one by the City of Edmonton and if applicable, is in good standing with a professional organization
The non-profit is registered and in good standing with the Province of Alberta

Black Founders Startup Grant

Black Founders Start up Grant

SoGal Foundation has teamed up with Winky Lux, bluemercury, twelveNYC, Twilio,’s Center for Racial Equity and other sponsors to make a small step towards progress by providing several $10K and $5K cash grants to Black women or nonbinary entrepreneurs.

Awardees will also receive tactical help navigating the fundraising environment at large so that they will have a more equitable opportunity at scaling the next billion dollar idea.

They will also receive lifetime “ask-me-anything” access to the SoGal Foundation and SoGal Ventures teams. We know this is a small start, and we are hopeful that it will grow. We believe in a brighter future where the next world changing business does not go unrealized because of systemic discrimination.

Anti-racism grant recipients chosen for 2022

Centre For Intellectual Excellence Ltd. will bring together professional experts, educators, community leaders, government officials and corporate CEOs in a three-day workshop to discuss diversity, equity and inclusion best practices. ($25,000)

$6 million for civil society

$6 million for civil society to fund recovery efforts

Eligible applicants can request up to $500,000 for their project. Proposals may be approved at a lesser amount than what was requested.

To make sure all Albertans can participate in Alberta’s Recovery Plan, these projects will help Albertans get back on their feet by addressing a range of social issues such as food security, mental health, homelessness, unemployment and domestic violence. In total, 34 projects will focus on social recovery and seven will focus on economic recovery.

This round of civil society funding completes the government’s platform commitment to provide $20 million over three years to build the capacity of civil society to address social challenges. In total, the fund supported 99 projects in more than 25 communities across the province.


The Civil Society Fund | Alberta news

Any eligible Alberta organization with an innovative project supporting social recovery or increasing economic participation for Albertans is encouraged to apply. Information on how to submit a funding application is available on The application deadline is Sept. 2.

Commercial Clean Energy Improvement Program Launching June 7

Commercial Clean Energy Improvement Program Launching June 7

The two-year pilot program provides access to low-cost financing to help commercial building owners in Edmonton make a minimum of three energy efficiency and renewable energy upgrades to their buildings.

There is up to $8.45 million available in financing and rebates which will fund up to 17 major upgrade projects. Upgrades financed by the Commercial CEIP are repaid through property taxes over a maximum 20-year period. Should a building be sold the financing obligation transfers through the property taxes to the new owner.

The CEIP aims to advance efforts to improve environmental resiliency as part of Edmonton’s Community Energy Transition Strategy and Action Plan.

Commercial pre-qualification forms will be available beginning at 10 a.m. June 7 and based on the uptake from the residential program, spots are expected to fill up fast. Owners can find out more at

New Grants for a Rebounding Economy Reopens Tomorrow

New grants for a rebounding economy | Alberta Jobs Now Reopen Tomorrow

To help continue the overwhelming success of Alberta’s Recovery Plan, the Alberta Jobs Now program will open its third and final application intake on June 3. To address potential labour shortages, eligible employers can hire and train up to 10 new full-time or part-time workers. Grants would cover 25 percent of an employee’s annual salary up to a maximum of $25,000 per employee. About $90 million in total funding is available.

Magazine Publishers Operating Grants

Magazine Publishers Operating Grant

Eligible organizations may receive funding to invest in the operations, administration and in specific business development activities of their organization to further its mission and strengthen the organization’s and industry’s capacity.

The grant is intended to increase the financial viability and business growth of the Alberta magazine publishing industry, while still recognizing the cultural importance of the industry as a whole.

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