The Traceability Value Chain (TVC) program is funded under the Canadian Agricultural Partnership, a federal-provincial-territorial initiative. This program provides cost-share funding towards the adoption of information sharing systems that will enhance agriculture, food and seafood traceability among value chain partners.
Value chain partners are eligible to apply. A value chain is a group of three or more agriculture, food or seafood businesses connected along a supply chain that is producing and delivering agriculture or seafood products to consumers (e.g. a business partnership among a producer, processor and distributor).
Go to the application portal to submit your application for review.
Currently open to applications until April 30, 2021.
The objectives of the TVC program are to:
Anticipated benefits to the sector or value chain and/or province include:
We are hosting a workshop for sector organizations and groups of three or more value chain partners to answer questions about the Traceability Value Chain program. The program is open to new applications April 1 to 30, 2021.
Eligible value chain applicants include:
Ineligible value chain applicants include:
Eligible expenditures and activities under the TVC program may include:
Ineligible expenditures and activities under the TVC program may include:
Applications received during the application window will be assessed on a merit basis according to evaluation criteria established by the TVC Program, as listed below.
Applications will be evaluated against the following criteria and, as the case may be, other TVC applications:
For sector organization applications:
For value chain applications:
See the frequently asked questions about the programs.
Find out details on how to apply for the programs.
Find out how to submit a claim for your approved project.