The Increasing the Fluidity of Canada’s Supply Chains call closed on June 30, 2022.
Transport Canada is no longer accepting applications under this call. All project proposals will be evaluated, and results will be communicated to the applicants.
What you need to know
Applicants who wish to be considered for funding under this call for proposals must submit a comprehensive project proposal (CPP).
Through the CPP, you will:
- Provide a detailed description of your project
- Describe how your project will contribute to National Trade Corridors Fund program objectives and the specific objectives of this call of increasing the fluidity of Canada’s supply chains
For those applicants invited to submit a CPP, it is important to note that project details may be shared with the Provincial or Territorial government of the province/territory where the project is located.
Submit a CPP
- Follow the project proposal format outlined in the NTCF Applicant’s guide – Increasing the fluidity of Canada’s supply chains
- Submit your CPP by email to email@example.com
What happens next?
We will confirm receipt of all proposals. Transport Canada reserves the right to accept or reject submissions.
All CPPs will be assessed by a cross-disciplinary review committee that will make formal recommendations to the Minister of Transport.
Transport Canada will notify both successful and unsuccessful applicants of the outcome.