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Entrepreneurship

Small and medium-sized businesses form the backbone of the Canadian economy. Although they drive economic growth, these businesses often struggle to remain competitive, as they lack the resources to upskill and train their employees.

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Black African and Caribbean entrepreneurship and leadership training program (BACEL)

This project will deliver training in entrepreneurship, networking and mentorship that strengthens and supports the…
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MindFrame Connect

This project will create evidence-based programming needed to develop the mindset and resilience of Canada’s…
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Craft

Craft, an online marketplace, enables artists and designers to sell their work and services while…
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Yukon skills research and engagement

This research will examine and support Yukon as it recovers from the economic impact of…
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ELITE program for Black youth

Black youths gain access to hands-on learning and paid work-integrated training in science, technology, engineering,…
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Tools and resources for gaming and digital media entrepreneurs

Founders of interactive digital media or game studio businesses who are racialized, BIPOC or LGBTQIA+…
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Services to social impact

Young women will transition out of the services sector and into social entrepreneurship as this…
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ADaPT: Digital competencies

New skills training program to test a blended approach for digital and professional competencies.