Strategic Aerospace and Defence Initiative Application Package

Electronic Versions of the SADI Application Package

Please note that electronic copies of the following documents can be obtained upon request.

Introduction

ITO has produced the Strategic Aerospace and Defence Initiative (SADI) Application Package to help applicants ensure that they include all the necessary information to allow their application to be processed without delay.

Part 1 – Application Form: Using this form, the applicant must provide detailed information describing the corporation, the proposed project, and expected benefits. This document also contains an attestation to be signed by an authorized signing officer of the company in order to certify that it is in compliance with government regulations and other requirements of the SADI program.

Part 2 – Application Workbook: Using this workbook, the applicant must include company financial information, project financial information, a project schedule, as well as, details regarding project locations and costs.

Part 1 – SADI Application Form

1. Corporate Information

1.1 Applicant Information

Legal name of applicant
Mailing address
Principal contact name and title
Telephone number
Fax number
Email address
Preferred language of communication checkbox English  checkbox French

1.2 Applicant Corporate Profile

Is the company incorporated under provincial, territorial or federal law? Yes checkbox  No checkbox
If yes, indicate under which law?
Is the company public or private? Public checkbox  Private checkbox
If private, is the company recognized as a Canadian-Controlled Private Corporation? Yes checkbox  No checkbox
What is the current number of employees? Canada:
Global:
What is the current number of employees engaged in R&D? Canada:
Global:
Provide details of company ownership, including a list of major shareholders: (>10% ownership):
Name Address Ownership Percent
 
 
Indicate the name and address of your parent company. If non-applicable, check the box: checkbox
Name and address of parent company:
Provide details of ownership by the parent company, including a list of major shareholders (>10% ownership):
Name Address Ownership Percent
 
 
If applicable, indicate the name and addresses of any subsidiary, affiliated or related companies, and details of ownership of such companies. If non-applicable, check the box: checkbox
Name Address Details of relationship
 
 

Provide a diagram of the corporate structure of the company, including all parent, subsidiary, affiliated and related companies. The diagram should be annotated to indicate respective mandates and reporting relationships. (Include below or attach as a separate document)

 
 

Provide a brief overview of your company (e.g. history in aerospace, space, security and defence (A&D) industries, nature of the business, current products, markets, etc.):

 
 

Provide an overview of your past R&D programs.

 
 

Provide an overview of your current R&D programs (excluding the SADI project).

 
 

Provide a brief description of previous projects supported with financial assistance from Technology Partnerships Canada (TPC) or SADI, including results and benefits obtained.

 
 

1.3 Corporate Financial Information

This section must demonstrate that your organization has, or can reasonably be expected to obtain, the financial resources necessary to complete the project.

Financial Statements

Send the following information with the application:

checkbox Last three years' annual financial statements (audited, review engagement or certified by the CFO (must include notes)).
Includes cash flow statement, balance sheet and income statement. If not available, provide statements for your parent company.
checkbox The most recent available quarterly statements showing year to date results.
checkbox Forecast annual company income and cash flow statements for the duration of the R&D phase of the project. (hard copy and Excel spreadsheets). Include all forecast assumptions.

checkbox Complete tab "AnnexFIN01" in attached "Application workbook"

If there have been significant mergers, acquisitions and divestitures in the past ten years (affecting annual revenue by more than 10%), identify the year and the impact on revenue:

 
 

Describe any contingent liabilities and other off balance sheet liabilities:

 
 

Describe subsequent events not included in the submitted financial statements which would have a material impact on the information provided:

 
 

2. Proposed R&D Project

Statement of Work (SOW)

The following details of the SOW will be included as a contractual obligation within a signed Contribution Agreement (CA) for successful applications, and used to assess and monitor the project through the R&D work phase.

2.1 Project Name, Costs and Dates

*See SADI Contribution Agreement (CA) template for SADI Project Costs Principles

Project name  
Total project costs (including ineligible costs)
Total estimated eligible project costs
Total estimated ineligible project costs
Total estimated collaboration costs
Total amount of assistance requested
Anticipated start date of the project
Anticipated completion date of the project

2.2 Description of the R&D Project 

Short Project Summary (non-confidential)

All SADI contributions are made public through public announcement and/or press release. Your company name, location, value of the contribution, the short project summary and information on anticipated benefits will be made public. Further this summary may be used to identify subject matter experts within or outside of the federal government. Provide a non-confidential summary of the project. Include a description of the nature of the R&D project (e.g. new technology development, incremental technology improvement or optimization, system integration, ongoing engineering development, etc.).   (3 – 4 lines).

 
 

2.2.1 Project Introduction – Main Objectives

This section will identify the main project objective. The objective should identify an expected overall result of the R&D project (i.e. next generation product, process or service)

 
 

Provide a description of the stage of the development of the technology (e.g. concept stage, bench scale, scaled prototype, test or trials, demonstration, certification).

 
 

Describe your strategic rational for undertaking this project. How does this project fit within or expand upon your current business plan? Include details regarding how the project will affect the organization's competitive position in the A&D sector.

 
 

2.2.2 Project Costs and Location

checkbox Complete attached "SADI Application Workbook" – Annex tables 2 to 5

2.2.3 Project Schedule

checkbox In addition to the tables above, please complete "Application Workbook" – Annex 1 or attach a project schedule (GANTT chart) as a separate attachment.

2.2.4 Key Project Milestones

This table is used to set out the milestones that are key to the project's success. If possible, limit the number of milestones to between 4 and 6 in total. Project milestones indicate the anticipated dates of decisions, achievements, tasks and/or deliverables critical to the success of the project. The Project Schedule (Annex 1) and Key Project Milestones table below will be used by SADI officials to track the planned progress towards completion of the project.

Key Project Milestones Table – Complete
Milestone # Milestone Name (Description) Anticipated Date
 
 
 
 
 
 

2.2.5 Major Activities

This section will identify and describe the project activities to be performed by the Recipient and the objectives (outcomes) associated to each of these activities. The major activities and expected outcomes should adequately reflect the entire scope of the work to be undertaken, and should be framed in terms of objectively verifiable indicators. These major activities must relate directly to those used in the project schedule and project cost breakdown described in annexes 1 and 2A of the SADI Application Workbook.

Major Activity Table – Complete
Activity # Activity Title Activity Start Date Activity Completion Date
 
 
 
 
 
 

2.2.6 Activity Details

For each of the major activities identified above, describe the work to be performed under activity and how you will achieve the activity by answering the following three questions. (Note the following questions will need to be copied for each activity).

Activity #X:
  1. Describe the major activity and its expected outcomes. Identify the criteria used to determine if a major activity has been successfully completed, for example reaching a predetermined technology readiness level, a range of performance targets for a component, etc.
     
     
  2. Provide a description of each of the key scientific and technical resources (e.g. personnel, facilities, equipment, partners, etc.) required to complete the activity.
     
     
  3. Provide an explanation of the key technological risks related to this activity as well as the identified key resources. Describe the potential impact of these risks on the overall project. Include a description of the company's mitigation strategies as related to each identified risk.
     
     

2.3 Plan to achieve the Statement of Work

The following information will be used to evaluate the project against the SADI programs assessment criteria.

2.3.1 Managerial Capability

This section must show that the company possesses, or can reasonably be expected to secure, the requisite managerial capability to achieve the stated objectives of the project.

Provide a description of the company's approach to managing the project and what project management tools will be used to do so (e.g. for assembling the project team, planning, budgeting, scheduling, allocating responsibility, controlling, etc.).

 
 

Describe the mechanism for making critical decisions regarding the overall R&D direction, including go-no-go decisions.

 
 

Include an organizational chart identifying the key management personnel associated directly with this R&D project. Describe the accountabilities of each member and indicate their pertinent experience and expertise (resumes may be provided).

 
 

Describe the process for identifying risks and evaluating project progress. Include a brief description of the process for managing changes to the project.

 
 

Describe the mitigation measures in place should key management personnel associated directly with this R&D project be lost or should a key vacancy need to be filled prior to the start of the project.

 
 

2.3.2 Technological Capability

This section must demonstrate that your company possesses, or can be reasonably expected to secure the technological capability to achieve the objectives of the project.

Describe in detail the technical feasibility risks involved, including technological uncertainties, and mitigation strategies for addressing the technical risks identified.

 
 

Provide a summary of previous R&D or achievements to date (directly related to this project), conducted by the company or by others (identify) and its relevance to this project

 
 

Identify the overall performance targets being sought relative to current performance.

 
 

Provide a summary of the background Intellectual Property (IP) necessary to complete the project or properly exploit the technology to be developed as part of the project. The text must confirm that the company either owns or is licensed to use all such IP.

 
 

Provide a brief description of the company's approach to protecting any IP developed during the project.

 
 

Identify and describe the non-academic partnerships (sub-contracts) that you plan to use to realize the project objectives.

 
 

Describe the mitigation measures in place should key partners be unavailable to complete their required work.

 
 

2.3.3 Project Collaboration

Describe the anticipated collaborations with post-secondary institutions in order to meet the 1% of total project costs towards collaboration program eligibility requirement. If collaborative arrangements are not yet known, skip to the next section.

Project Collaboration
Canadian post-secondary academic institution involved Description of collaboration effort (objectives, relevance to project, timelines) Anticipated Dollar ($) Value of collaboration
 
 

2.3.4 Commercialization (Market) Analysis

This section must demonstrate that the company has a credible plan to successfully exploit the technology in the marketplace.

Provide a description of the current market, including, but not limited to, size, diversity of customers, market share of the company and key competitors, etc.

 
 

Define the market for this project (including the need that the technology responds to).

 
 

Describe the company's addressable market share (The size of that portion of the market that is likely to have an interest in what your company has to offer). Quantify the share of the addressable market the company expects to achieve and over what time frame?

 
 

Describe the production strategy to be utilized should the product be commercialized and/or describe the strategy for implementing any service and/or process improvement.

 
 

Describe the sales and distribution strategy should the project lead to commercialization.

 
 

Describe the production/service related activities you plan to retain in Canada over the life of the project agreement (e.g. manufacturing, final assembly, service centres, corporate services, testing, etc.).

 
 

Describe the company's competitive and market access challenges (e.g. regulatory approvals, market positioning, corporate mandates, etc.) and how the company proposes to mitigate these challenges.

 
 

2.3.5 Project Financing Plan – Over the duration of the project R&D work phase

checkbox Complete tab "AnnexFIN02" in attached "SADI Application Workbook"

Describe the key assumptions underlying the financing plan provided including the assumptions related to the company's financial operating and cash flow forecasts:

 
 

Identify all federal, provincial or municipal government assistance received, requested, or for which you anticipate requesting in addition to SADI funding as related to this project (except for scientific research and experimental development tax credits, deductions or allowances).

 
 

Describe the financial risks and mitigation strategies (e.g. credit risk – accounts receivable, inventory; interest rate exposure and protection; foreign currency exposure; hedging strategies; financing plan risks, litigation etc):

 
 

2.3.6 Need for SADI funding

This section must set out why SADI funding is important to the project moving ahead, based on a number of factors, including the company's financial position, risks associated with the project, the necessary timing of the project, any competing internal research and development projects and/or the market opportunity.

Check the boxes that apply and provide a rationale.
In the absence of SADI funding: Mark the box if it applies Provide details to support this argument by including a rationale and implications for the company and Canada if SADI funding is not provided
The project will not be undertaken. checkbox
The project will not be undertaken in Canada. checkbox
The project will be undertaken, but at a slower pace. checkbox
The project will be undertaken, but with a reduced scope. checkbox
Performance goals will be more modest checkbox
Other checkbox

3. Benefits to Canada

This section must demonstrate that the project will result in benefits to the company and more broadly to Canada.

3.1 Anticipated Outcomes and Benefits

3.1.1 Innovation

Describe how the anticipated new innovative products, services or processes will benefit clients, Canadians, your sector and/or whether it will have beneficial impacts on other sectors of the Canadian economy.

 
 

3.1.2 Competitiveness

Describe how the project is expected to enhance the competitiveness of your company, including revenue growth and employment projections over the life of the project agreement.

 
 

3.1.3 Collaboration

Describe the anticipated benefits to the academic institutions, professors and students involved with the project.

 
 

3.2 Other Potential Benefits

Describe other expected project benefits associated with the project:

Table 3.2 Other Potential Benefits
Category Benefit Is the benefit applicable to this SADI project If "YES", provide a detailed description
Innovation/
Technology
Create a new mandate to do R&D and/or production in Canada from a foreign based parent company checkbox Yes checkbox No
Sustain an existing mandate to do R&D and/or production in Canada from a foreign based parent company checkbox Yes checkbox No
Create a centre of excellence in Canada for specialized R&D checkbox Yes checkbox No
Sustain or expand a centre of excellence in Canada for specialized R&D
Develop new patents checkbox Yes checkbox No
Develop other forms of intellectual property checkbox Yes checkbox No
Increase production efficiencies and/or reduce material usage checkbox Yes checkbox No
Employment/Skills Increase Canada's academic R&D capacity and develop highly qualified students checkbox Yes checkbox No
Improve the skills and experience of the workforce checkbox Yes checkbox No
Maintain the current level of employment in your company checkbox Yes checkbox No
Increase the number of employees in your company checkbox Yes checkbox No Describe benefit and provide figures below:

Increase in total employment anticipated:

  1. Short term - At the end of the work phase (project completion):
  2. Long term – At the end of the repayment phase (15 – 20 years):
Maintain the current level of R&D employment in your company checkbox Yes checkbox No
Increase the number of R&D employees in your company checkbox Yes checkbox No Describe benefit and provide figures below:

Increase in R&D employment anticipated:

  1. Short term - At the end of the work phase (project completion):
  2. Long term – At the end of the repayment phase (15 – 20 years):
Commercialization/
Market
Increase your number of customers checkbox Yes checkbox No
Penetrate new markets checkbox Yes checkbox No
Increase sales checkbox Yes checkbox No
Increase market share in existing markets checkbox Yes checkbox No
Influence national/international standards or regulations checkbox Yes checkbox No
Social and Economic Benefits Attract foreign direct investment checkbox Yes checkbox No
Increase energy efficiency checkbox Yes checkbox No
Conserve renewable and non-renewable natural resources checkbox Yes checkbox No
Improve safety checkbox Yes checkbox No
Increase national security checkbox Yes checkbox No
Economic benefits to other A&D companies checkbox Yes checkbox No
Economic benefits to other sectors of the economy checkbox Yes checkbox No
Strengthen Canada's supply chain and participation in major platforms checkbox Yes checkbox No
Increase your number of suppliers checkbox Yes checkbox No
Other Other checkbox Yes checkbox No

4. Certifications

[Insert the name of the applicant] (the "Applicant") certifies that:

  • The information provided in this application and attachments is accurate and complete.
  • It is in full compliance with all current obligations, financial and otherwise, to the federal government.
  • The execution of the proposed project will not prevent the Applicant from continuing to meet obligations in other agreements; and existing obligations in no way preclude the Applicant from fulfilling its obligations under the proposed project.
  • The work to be performed by the Applicant will be performed in accordance with the requirements of all regulatory bodies that have jurisdiction over the Applicant on this project.
  • It is currently in compliance with all municipal, provincial and federal environmental requirements.
  • It possesses an accounting system that accurately tracks and records project costs (particularly hours of direct labour) associated with the performance of the project and that its labour recording system is able to demonstrate in sufficient detail the allocation of time spent on different projects.
  • It is in full compliance with the Lobbying Act.
  • It has read and understands the general conditions of the SADI Contribution Agreement.
  • It accepts in principle the SADI standard repayment terms as outlined in the SADI Contribution Agreement.
  • It accepts that the project must involve collaboration with academia in Canada at a minimum of 1% of total project costs.
  • All federal, provincial or municipal government assistance received, requested, or anticipated as related to this project has been identified in this application (except for scientific research and experimental development tax credits, deductions or allowances).

The Applicant authorizes ITO to gather from, and share with, other government sources of assistance, the necessary information to ensure there will be no duplication of assistance and confirm that all agreements are being adhered to.

Documents required with the Application

The following documents must be provided along with this form in order for an application to be considered complete (check boxes to indicate documents have been provided):

  • checkbox Completed SADI Application Workbook (excel workbook);
  • checkbox Last three years' annual financial statements (audited, review engagement or certified by the CFO (must include notes));
  • checkbox Most recent available quarterly statements showing year to date results;
  • checkbox Financial statements for the applicant's parent company (if applicable);
  • checkbox Forecast annual company income and cash flow statements for the duration of the R&D phase of the project. (hard copy and Excel spreadsheets) including all forecast assumptions;
  • checkbox Current Company Business Plan or Annual Information Form;
  • checkbox Resumes of potential technical reviewer(s). The applicant is invited to provide the names and resumes of technical reviewers (3 maximum) to assist SADI with the application evaluation. Non conflict of interest reviewers may be from government organizations or the private sector. Final reviewer selection will be determined by the ITO.
  • checkbox Documents required under the Lobbying Act:
    • A list of employees and consultants who are representing or will represent the applicant in discussions with SADI officials about the application.
    • A printout from the Lobbyists Registration System for those employees and consultants who must be registered under the Lobbying Act.
    • An explanation of why any employees and consultants representing the applicant are not included on the printout of registered lobbyists, and why they do not need to be registered.
  • checkbox Copies of official documents for Joint Strike Fighter (JSF) projects (letter of intent, Request for Proposal or existing contract with JSF prime contractor) or Defence Development Sharing Agreement (DDSA) projects (letter of intent, agreement with the United States Department of Defence)

Attestation

The Applicant understands that no commercially confidential information provided in this application and attachments will be disclosed other than:

  1. to external parties retained to review technical aspects of an application and to other parties as may be specified by the Applicant;
  2. as required to be released or disclosed by law or in a judicial or other governmental investigation or proceeding;
  3. if the information is generally known or in the public domain at the time of the Applicant's disclosure;
  4. if the information subsequently becomes a matter of public knowledge through no fault of the Minister; or
  5. if the information is required to be released by the Minister of Innovation, Science and Economic Development Canada to an international or internal trade panel for the purposes of the conduct of a dispute in which Canada is a party or a third-party intervener.

The Applicant understands that SADI is a discretionary program subject to available funding, and that submission of a complete application, meeting any or all of the assessment criteria, or responding to requests from SADI officers for further information in respect of an application, does not mean that funding will be granted. All applicants whose projects are approved for SADI funding will be so notified in writing.

The Applicant acknowledges that any approved projects will be the subject of public announcement.

By signing below, the applicant attests to each of the certifications outlined above of this Application

[Full corporate name of applicant]

space to insert signature of authorized signing officer
Signature of authorized signing officer

space to insert name and title
Name and title

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Date

Part 2 – SADI Application Workbook

AnnexFIN01 Additional Company Financial Information
Annex 1 Project Schedule 
Annex 2 Cost Breakdown
Annex 3 Detailed Cost Breakdown
Annex 4 Special Purpose Equipment
Annex 5 Project Location and Costs (Including Foreign Costs)
AnnexFIN02 Project Financing Plan
FINAssumptions Project Financing Plan Assumptions

AnnexFIN01

Additional Company Financial Information

Provide the following information:

Additional Company Financial Information
Historical Sales Historical Profit/ (Loss)
Recent Year - 9
Recent Year - 8
Recent Year - 7
Recent Year - 6
Recent Year - 5
Recent Year - 4
Recent Year - 3
Recent Year - 2
Recent Year - 1
Most Recent Year

Historical Gross R&D
(previous 3 years) $
Recent Year - 2
Recent Year - 1
Most Recent Year

Other Financial Information
Sales Backlog (firm orders only)
Revenues of largest product segment
Interest rate on Line of Credit (if applicable) %

List of Largest Five Customers (Latest Year) and % of Total Company Revenue
Customer (Largest to Smallest) Percent of Total Revenue
%
%
%
%
%

Annex 1: Project Schedule

This project schedule, preferably a Gantt chart, must cover all the major activities identified in Section 2.2.6 of the SADI Application Form. Milestones that are key to each activity or the project overall must also be listed. SADI officials will use this information to track the progress of the project.

Attach project GANTT chart here.

OR provide as separate attachment.

Annex 2: Cost Breakdown

Annex 2A: Cost Breakdown by Activity

Table 2A: Cost Breakdown by Activity
Description of Major Activity area Estimated eligible costs ($000)
Direct Labour / Salaries OverheadFootnote * Subcontracts and consultants Direct materials Equipment Special Purpose Equipment Other direct costs Total
1 0 0
2 0 0
3 0 0
4 0 0
5 0 0
Total eligible costs 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0
Percentage

Annex 2B: Cost breakdown by Government Fiscal Year

For cash flow planning purposes, the application must include a cost breakdown that sets out the total eligible project costs by expense category for the government fiscal year (April 1st to March 31st).

Table 2B: Cost breakdown by Government Fiscal Year
Fiscal year
(ending March 31)
Estimated eligible costs ($000)
Direct Labour / Salaries OverheadFootnote * Subcontracts and consultants Direct materials Equipment Special Purpose Equipment Other direct costs Total
20____ 0 0 0
20____ 0 0
20____ 0 0
Total 0 0 0 0 0 0 0
Percentage

Annex 2C: Cost breakdown by company Fiscal Year (if company fiscal year end is not March 31st)

Table 2C: Cost breakdown by company Fiscal Year (if company fiscal year end is not March 31st)
Company Fiscal End: Estimated eligible costs ($000)
Direct Labour / Salaries OverheadFootnote * Subcontracts and consultants Direct materials Equipment Special Purpose Equipment Other direct costs Total
20____ 0 0 0
20____ 0 0
20____ 0 0
Total 0 0 0 0 0 0 0
Percentage

Annex 3: Detailed Cost Breakdown

Annex 3A: Detailed Cost Breakdown

This list is to include all subcontracts essential to the project's success or whose aggregate cost is significant.

Table 3A: Detailed Cost Breakdown
Description of the work to perform
(include corresponding activity)
Names of anticipated contractor(s) Estimated costs
($000)
1
2
3
4
5
Total eligible costs 0

Annex 3B: Material Cost Breakdown (if greater than 20% of total eligible project costs)

This list is to include high level descriptions of materials and costs.

Table 3B: Material Cost Breakdown (if greater than 20% of total eligible project costs)
Description Estimated costs
($000)
1
2
3
4
5
Total eligible costs 0

Annex 3C: Equipment Cost Breakdown (if greater than 20% of total eligible project costs)

This list is to include high level descriptions of materials and costs.

Table 3C: Equipment Cost Breakdown (if greater than 20% of total eligible project costs)
Description Estimated costs
($000)
1
2
3
4
5
Total eligible costs 0

Annex 4: Special Purpose Equipment (SPE)

This section shall provide a description and cost estimates for the SPE to be acquired as part of this Project. SPE shall be any piece of equipment valued at more than $250,000. (For further details, see the SADI Contribution Agreement Template)

The recipient will report to the Minister, using the table below, on all activities associated with SPE. The recipient also agrees to monitor the location and use of all the items of equipment on the list.

Table 4: Special Purpose Equipment (SPE)
This list is to include all items of SPE required to carry out the project. Provide approximates if exact information is not available yet. Quantity Cost to the company
($000)
This list is to include all items of SPE required to carry out the project. Provide approximates if exact information is not available yet.
1
2
3
4
5

Annex 5: Project Location and Costs

The proposal must list all the locations at which work (direct labour and subcontracts) is to be performed. The work to be performed at each location and the percentage of total eligible costs that work represents must also be detailed. Do not include materials or equipment costs as foreign costs.

Project Location and Costs
Project location (Name and Address) Work performed (brief eligible cost description) Estimated Eligible Costs Estimated percentage of total project eligible costs
Canada (as described in Statement of Work, including subcontracts)
List Individually:
1 0 0
2 0 0
Total Canadian eligible costs 0 0
Foreign Labour Costs (Including Subcontracts)
List Individually and provide rationale:
1 0 0
2 0 0
  0 0
Total foreign eligible costs 0 0
Rationale for conducting work outside of Canada
 
 
 
Other Eligible Non-Labour Costs (Materials, Equipment, Overhead, Other) 0 0
Total eligible costs (including Canadian and foreign labour, overhead, materials and equipment) - Must reconcile with Annex 2 0 0

AnnexFIN02

Project Financing Plan – Over the duration of the project R&D work phase

Complete the following tables:

Table FIN02A: Company Fiscal Year End
Company fiscal Year End
Financing Requirements ($)
by company fiscal year
Project Eligible CostsFootnote * Other Project Costs
(non supported)
Total Projects Costs
Year 1 0
Year 2 0
Year 3 0
Year 4 0
Year 5 0
Total: 0

Footnote 2 Footnote 2
Table FIN02B: Company Fiscal Year End
Sources of Funds ($) by company fiscal year Available Cash on Hand for Project Forecast Cash from Operations for Project Available Operating Lines New Debt
Footnote **
New Equity
Footnote **
Other Sources of Funds
Footnote **
Federal Tax Credits (anticipated for this project)
Footnote ***
Provincial Tax Credits (anticipated for this project)
Footnote ***
Other Government Support (federal, provincial, municipal)
Footnote **
SADI funding Total Sources of Funds
Year 1 0
Year 2 0
Year 3 0
Year 4 0
Year 5 0
Total: 0

Project Financing Plan Assumptions

To be provided by the Applicant

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