ANNOUNCED AS TEMPORARYNo
State aid, nes
The final component of the package is Can.$63 million (US$48 million) over three years (US$16 million per year) in the Forest Innovation Program (FIP). Originally created in 2012 with a federal government investment of Can.$105 million (US$79 million), and most recently funded at Can$92 million over two years (US$35 million per year), the FIP is targeted at fostering innovation and expanding market opportunities for the sector. It directly supports the Transformative Technologies Program, which supports pre-commercial research and development and technology transfer for innovative technologies and processes in the forest sector, and the work of the Canadian Wood Fibre Centre (see http://www.nrcan.gc.ca/forests/federal-programs/13137).
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