CAP: Section H Ineligible Activities

Ineligible activities include, but are not limited to, the following:

  • activities for the sole purpose of coming into compliance with Requirements of Law that pertain to current business operations
  • activities for the sole purpose of maintaining compliance with Requirements of Law that pertain to current business operations
  • activities intended to directly influence and/or lobby any level of government
  • activities that promote Ontario products explicitly over those of another province or territory
  • activities that include Ontario specific promotional campaign or branding (including the use of the Foodland Ontario logo)
  • activities deemed to be part of normal operations of organizations/businesses and commercial expansion
  • basic research, meaning experimental or theoretical work which is undertaken primarily to acquire new knowledge without a commercial or other specific application in view
  • activities which are not in compliance with all applicable requirements of law, including environmental legislation and public health and safety requirements, by-laws, ordinances, approvals and permits
  • activities/projects which are already receiving 100 per cent in total funding assistance from all sources, including other government and non-government sources; or
  • activities as noted in the Ineligible Activities section in the Project Category, under which the project is submitted, found in Appendix 1

Further eligibility for the Aquaculture, Equine, Tobacco, Ornamentals, Heath/Nutrition Supplements, Pet Food Sectors and Broader Agri-Business Sectors can be found in Appendix 2.