(This is part of a series of stories about government funding available for Canadian cannabis businesses. The previous installment is available here.)
Cannabis-related agricultural businesses based in Alberta are eligible for provincial funding under two programs if they meet certain requirements, the Ministry of Agriculture and Irrigation told MJBizDaily.
However, the application window for both programs is currently closed, and prospective applicants for future programs are advised to monitor the province’s website for the Sustainable Canadian Agricultural Partnership program (Sustainable CAP).
No cannabis-related agricultural businesses qualified as of Sept. 18.
The two programs fall under Sustainable CAP, a federal-provincial joint initiative that replaced the Canadian Agricultural Partnership (CAP) earlier this year.
Alberta’s cannabis producers and processors were also eligible for cost-sharing initiatives through CAP, which ran from 2018 to early 2023.
The new Sustainable CAP runs to early 2028, so more opportunities could be available
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