Canadian Agricultural Partnership Funding

The Canadian Agricultural Partnership is a five-year, $3 billion investment by federal, provincial and territorial governments to strengthen the agriculture and agri-food sector.

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Find out more about programs and services offered by your provincial or territorial government, visit their website by clicking your province/territory below.

Please note that each province may offer a different set of funding opportunities.


British Columbia


New Brunswick

Newfoundland / Labrador

Nova Scotia


Prince Edward Island



Northwest Territories


Featured CAP Funding Program:

Saskatchewan CAP Producer Rebate Funding

The Assurance System Producer Rebate provides support to increase producer participation in biosecurity, animal welfare and on-farm food safety initiatives.

Approved eligible costs are funded at 50 per cent to a maximum rebate of $15,000.

Supports producers in livestock, poultry and apiculture sectors with farm or ranch assurance programs to meet and validate adherence to national standards or codes. This can include assistance with:

  • Meeting national mandatory or voluntary standards and seeking certification; and
  • Improving producer understanding of biosecurity and animal welfare needs and adopt improved practices through education and awareness, veterinarian/technical expert assessments, audits, and equipment funding.

Livestock Stream includes the following sectors:

  • Apiculture, beef, dairy, sheep, goat, bison, cervid, swine and poultry producers.

*Applications will be accepted on an ongoing basis subject to funds being available.


Find out more about the rebate


  • Demonstrate a minimum of $50,000 (Beef) or $15,000 (Sheep) in gross farm income in Saskatchewan.
  • Take the Verified Beef Production Plus (VBP+) training (Beef) or Industry Course (Sheep) – Please inquire for more information.
  • Have an assessment completed by a veterinarian licensed in Saskatchewan.
  • Have a Premises Identification number (PID).


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For more great funding opportunities, please visit the SK CAP funding page