Canada-Manitoba Job Grant

What is the Job Grant?
The Canada-Manitoba Job Grant provides funding to employers to help cover training costs of new and
existing employees to meet business needs, and help Manitobans gain the skills they need to fill available jobs.
Employers can apply for up to $10,000 per new or existing employee. Manitoba’s contribution will not
exceed $100,000 per Job Grant.

The first intake of the Canada Manitoba Job Grant (CMJG) for 2022-23 is now closed. A second smaller intake is tentatively scheduled to open in September 2022.

Why the need for Supply Chain training?

Forward-thinking companies and organizations are assessing their supply chain and employees to identify where they are at risk when a supply chain disruption strikes. All aspects of supply chain; sourcing, procurement, transportation, and warehousing are vulnerable when the unavoidable strikes.

Look to Supply Chain Manitoba to:

  • Customize training programs that are tailored to meet your organization’s needs
  • Provide the training plan and evaluation required by the job grant

  • Private employers
  • Non-profit organizations
  • Industry associations, sector councils, groups of
  • Union halls
  • First Nations
  • Municipal governments
  • Must be a Canadian citizen or permanent resident of
  • Full-time, part-time, and seasonal employees
  • Unemployed and seeking training to get a job
  • Employees who reside in another province, but are
    working in Manitoba
  • Small companies with 100 or fewer employees can
    apply for up to 75% of eligible training costs
  • Companies with 101 or more employees can apply for
    up to 50% of eligible training costs
  • Employers can apply for up to a maximum amount of
    $10,000 per training participant
  • Maximum Job Grant amount regardless of number of
    trainees and cost of training is $100,000
  • tuition fees or fees charged by a training provider
    mandatory student fees
  • textbooks, software and other required materials
    examination fees
  • travel costs for individuals residing in northern and
    remote communities to attend training events in
  • Manitoba delivered outside their communities or
    unavailable online

The employer is responsible for selecting and paying the
trainer. To be reimbursed for the eligible training costs,
the employer must submit:
– Training Plan Report
– Training Evaluation
– Proof of payment of eligible training costs (e.g.,
invoice and cancelled cheque; invoice and PayPal
receipt, etc.)

For information about how to apply

Manitoba Government Inquiry

Fact sheet, FAQ and Application

Manitoba Government Website