Posted  29 Jun, 2020 
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The Canadian Agricultural Partnership Agriculture Training Support Program will provide a grant to eligible employers to offset the costs of training and ensuring safety protocols are in place for new employees hired from the available domestic labour pool.

Eligible Applicants: Individuals, corporations, registered partnerships and other organizations, including Hutterite colonies, members of Indians Bands, and members of Metis Settlements that operate Essential Services (Agricultural and Horticultural); and produce at least $10,000 worth of agricultural or horticultural farm commodity, or processed food and beverage product, annually.

Cost Share: The maximum government contribution under this Program is $2,000 per new employee with a maximum of $50,000 per applicant.

YouTube program presentation video: www.youtube.com/watch?v=wCILZVh5kxk

FAQs: cap.alberta.ca/CAP/download/AGUCMINT-8027882


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