ExportingAEEP – Alberta Export Expansion Package
CanExport (Federal program)
Growing Forward (AB Agriculture)
Alberta Investor Tax Credit
Capital Investment Tax Credit
Federal Trade Commissioner
Check out this month’s Labour Market Information, Publications and Economic Development Info:
Labour Market Information, Funding Supports & Other resources
- Weekly Economic Review - April 21, 2017
- Alberta Economy - Indicators at a Glance - April 21, 2017
- March Labour Market Statistics: https://work.alberta.ca/labour/2017-monthly-labour-force-statistics.html
- Alberta’s Labour Market Highlights for 2016: https://work.alberta.ca/documents/labour-market-highlights.pdf
- Alberta’s Short Term Labour Forecast 2016-2018: https://work.alberta.ca/documents/short-term-employment-forecast.pdf
- Alberta’s Regional Occupational Demand for 2016-2020: https://work.alberta.ca/labour/alberta-regional-occupational-demand-outlook.html
- What occupations are in demand? The following are a few of the occupations with a forecasted labour shortage of more than 1,000 workers by 2025: Take a look at Alberta’s Occupational Demand and Supply Outlook, 2015-2025.
Alberta Regional Dashboard (click)
- The Alberta Regional Dashboard allows you to access economic and quality of life indicators for each of Alberta's municipalities to help answer questions about living, working, investing and doing business in Alberta's diverse regions. Explore over 80 indicators including number of businesses, unemployment rates, average rent, CO2 emissions, hospitalization rates, and more. Using the dashboard view for each municipality, you can instantly see the year over year trends for each indicator, and select a dashboard tile to see in-depth information on each indicator with a series of dynamic graphs.
Alberta Economic Dashboard (click)
- The dashboard has recently been redesigned and the layout has been modernized, with color-coded categorizations and easier-to-interpret visualizations. We’ve added half a dozen new indicators as well, reflecting a more complete picture of what’s happening in our economy.
Looking for Small Business resources? Need more information on funding, regulations and other resources? See the Alberta Small Business website at www.smallbusiness.alberta.ca
- Alberta Export Expansion Package (click): Includes up to $20,000 per year in funding support to help cover half the cost of flights, hotels, registration fees and translation of marketing materials to support your company in doing business in another country.
- The Aboriginal Economic Partnerships Program (AEPP) is now accepting grant applications. The deadline to apply is May 29, 2017. Eligible applicants for grant funding include: Albertan Indigenous communities, Indigenous community-owned businesses, not-for-profit organizations that support Indigenous economic development. Each applicant is eligible to apply for up to a $100,000 to support non-capital costs related to economic development initiatives, for more information about this program and to download the application form and submission guidelines, see indigenous.alberta.ca/AEPP
- Looking for Funding to Train your Staff? The Canada-Alberta Job Grant (CAJG) is a way for employers and the federal and provincial governments to support training that leads directly to available jobs or increases workers' ability to retain jobs. Applications are available at: AlbertaCanada.com/jobgrant