The program supports: collaboration between First Nations, provincial and territorial ministries or departments of education and Indigenous Services Canada (ISC) the capacity development of First Nations organizations to deliver education, including establishing education systems and service delivery agreements responsive to First Nations students and community education needs
The Indigenous Student Recruitment Initiative (ISRI) aims to increase awareness, recruitment, engagement, and retention of Indigenous students within all of AAFC. The ISRI offers Indigenous students: valuable work experience that allows for personal growth while completing their academic studies opportunity to gain knowledge and skills associated with science and other professions within the federal [...]
Alberta Community Restorative Justice grants are available to non-profit organizations that provide restorative justice services and referrals to communities.
The Alberta government has committed up to $204 million in Budget 2022 for the Continuing Care Capital Program. Project proposals received from eligible applicants in all funding streams are assessed on a competitive basis for this one-time grant funding.
The Aboriginal Fund for Species at Risk (AFSAR), established in 2004, supports the development of Indigenous capacity to participate actively in the implementation of the Species at Risk Act (SARA). The Act recognizes the important role that Indigenous peoples play in wildlife conservation and the need to consider Indigenous knowledge in the assessment of which species [...]
This funding provides up to $15,000 to support the development of an individual Indigenous artist, arts administrators, or an ensemble of artists in Alberta by providing funding for a specific cultural or artistic project.
TC Energy's community giving program, Build Strong, invests in organizations that are integral to local communities, and our business. Whether we are providing grants to organizations, awarding scholarships to students or sponsoring a local event that brings community members together, our goal is to help build strong, vibrant communities through mutually beneficial relationships.
The CEDD program supports economic development initiatives that contribute to the economic growth and diversification of communities across the Prairie provinces. Through this program, PrairiesCan enables communities to leverage their capacity and strengths to: respond to economic development opportunities adjust to changing and challenging economic circumstances (e.g. inter-city bus transportation, wildfires and floods)
Reaching Home is a community-based program aimed at preventing and reducing homelessness by providing direct support and funding to Designated Communities (urban centers), Indigenous communities, territorial communities and rural and remote communities across Canada.
Rural and Northern Communities Infrastructure support projects that improve infrastructure in small, rural and remote communities. Rural and remote communities with populations of 100,000 or fewer can apply for funding to support projects that improve food security, local road or air infrastructure, broadband connectivity, efficient and reliable energy sources.