Know your grants – Episode 03

  • By Oumaima Sioury
    • 16 Nov, 2021
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In this new series of monthly videos, our consultant team will help you discover specific government grants available in Canada, and share key details and information that you need to know.

For this episode, our Grants Analyst, Oumaima Sioury, will go through the Canadian Agricultural Partnership (CAP) and explain how this program can help you to improve labour productivity, input efficiency, or reduce waste.

Examples of topics covered:

  • What is the Canadian Agricultural Partnership?
  • Purpose of the Canadian Agricultural Partnership
  • Eligibility for the Program
  • And more!

“The Canadian Agricultural Partnership is a $3 billion five-year (2018-2023), investment by federal, provincial, and territorial (FPT) governments to strengthen and grow Canada’s agriculture and agri-food sector. ”

Oumaïma Sioury

If you wish to learn more information about this grant and how we can help you apply for it, contact one of our experts today!

About our Government Grants Consultant, Oumaima Sioury

Oumaïma Sioury holds two master’s degrees in management and finance from HEM Business School and IAE Lyon. She recently joined the Grants Business Unit at Leyton Canada as Grants Analyst.


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Oumaima Sioury

Government Grants Consultant

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