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The Canada-BC Job Grant is an employer-driven, cost-sharing program that helps employers invest in training for their current or future employees.

In most cases, the grant reimburses up to two-thirds of the cost of training an employee, to a maximum government contribution of $10,000 per fiscal year for each employee trained.

New this year, employers may qualify for reimbursement of up to 100% of training costs, to a maximum government contribution of $15,000 per employee trained, through the Canada-BC Job Grant Unemployed Stream. 

How can I apply?

What is the Canada-BC Job Grant? 



Let us do the work! Back in Motion offers employers free individualized support through the application process, from providing information on the Canada-BC Job Grant through to the final application submission. Back in Motion will help assess your training needs, identify appropriate training options, and organize group training (where suitable).

Additionally, through our other free employment services, Back in Motion is able to help you to find the right candidates for your hiring needs.

Canada-BC Job Grant


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Get reimbursed – up to 100%!

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Having skilled employees is
great for business.

Thanks to the Canada-BC Job Grant, training your employees doesn’t have to break the bank.

If you have any questions about your eligibility to apply for the grant, please contact us, we're happy to help. Additionally, through our other free employment services, Back in Motion is able to help you to find the right candidates for your hiring needs.

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Who can apply? 

The Canada-BC Job Grant is currently accepting applications from BC employers who plan to train new or existing employees through one of four streams.

Priority Sectors

If your business belongs to one of the following sectors, you may be eligible:

  • Small Business
  • Aboriginal Peoples and First Nations
  • Agrifoods
  • Construction
  • Forestry
  • Manufacturing
  • Mining and Energy
  • Natural Gas
  • Non-profit Health and Social Services
  • Technology and Green Economy
  • Tourism
  • Transportation

Unemployed Stream

If you plan to train a new hire who was previously unemployed, you may be eligible to apply for up to 100% reimbursement by applying through the Unemployed Stream

Underrepresented Groups in the Workforce

If you plan to train a current or future employee who is a member of one of the following groups, you may be eligible:

New Canadians who are refugees landed in Canada, protected persons entitled to work in Canada or landed immigrants to Canada within the past five years or less

  • Aboriginal people
  • Persons with disabilities
  • Youth (ages 15-24)
  • Women in Trades and Natural Resource Sectors

Refugee Fund

If you plan to provide job readiness or job-specific skills training to a current or future employee who is also a refugee, you may be eligible for funding through the Refugee Fund.

Eligible Training


Eligible training must meet the needs of the business, and may include:
  • Soft Skills
  • Essential Skills
  • Management and Business Skills
  • Specialized and Technical Skills, which may include Foundation Programs and Apprentice Training for Trades
Eligible training costs may include:
  • Tuition fees
  • Mandatory student fees
  • Examination fees
  • Textbooks and other required materials
  • Travel costs, under certain circumstances
To be eligible to receive reimbursement from the CJG, the training:
  • Must be provided by an eligible third party training provider
  • Cannot have started prior to the application being submitted
  • Must not be longer than 52 weeks in duration