Under the three-year pilot project, the Business Development Bank of Canada (BDC) would give up to 2,000 new firms a year a maximum of $50,000 in funding. The party is also proposing that BDC, Export Development Canada and Farm Credit Canada stop charging companies for mentorship and training programming provided, as well as stopping credit card companies from charging their “swipe fee” on the sales-tax portion of purchases. (The Logic)
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