Grants & Funding

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Listed below, are links to grants and funding available for residential, commerical and industrial projects available within Ontario.


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Healthy Homes Renovation Tax Credit  - The Healthy Homes Renovation Tax Credit (HHRTC) is a permanent, refundable personal income tax credit for seniors and family members who live with them.  Seniors 65 years and older and their live-in family members are eligible for the HHRTC of up to $1,500 on home modifications that improve safety and accessibility - regardless of income. Eligible improvements include things like support bars, ramps or walk-in bathtubs.  For more information please visit the Ontario Ministy of Finance's HHRTC website: www.ontario.ca/healthyhomes or call 1-866-668-8297.

Homeowner Residential Rehabilitation Assistance Program - Homeowner RRAP:  Canada Mortgage and Housing Corporation (CMHC) offers financial assistance to low-income homeowners for mandatory home repairs that will preserve the quality of affordable housing. The program helps people who live in substandard dwellings and cannot afford to pay for necessary repairs to their home.  Homeowners may qualify for assitance if your property is eligible and if your total household income is at or below the Income Threshold set by CMHC.  Your property may be eligible for Homeowner RRAP if your home is valued below a certain amount; at least five years old; and substandard and needs major repairs in one of the following areas: heating, structural, electrical, pluming and fire safety. In general, mandatory repairs related to heating, structural, electrical, plumbing and fire safety are eligible for funding under Homeowner RRAP. The quality of the repairs should ensure the useful life of your home for at least 15 years.  All work required to address needed repairs to the structure and systems must be completed in order to receive RRAP assitance. To find out more please call CMHC toll free at 1-800-668-2642.