Canada Travelling Exhibitions Indemnification Program is a process through which the Government of Canada assumes financial risk, responsibility and provides compensation for damage or losses to objects and appurtenances in eligible travelling exhibitions.
Community-nominated priority places for species at risk | Environment and Climate Change Canada (ECCC):
Community-Nominated Priority Places (CNPP) for Species at Risk is part of Canada’s Nature Fund. CNPP will support multi-partner initiatives in priority places where there are opportunities to protect and recover species at risk and their habitat through multi-species and ecosystem-based conservation action.
Environment Canada’s EcoAction Community Funding Program provides financial support to community-based, non-profit organizations for projects that have measurable, positive impacts on the environment. The Program encourages action-focused projects that will protect, rehabilitate or enhance the natural environment, and build the capacity of communities to sustain these activities into the future. The Program supports projects [...]
The Black-led Philanthropic Endowment Fund seeks to create a sustainable source of funding for Black-led, Black-focused and Black-serving non-profit organizations and registered charities. Through it, the Government of Canada will provide 1 national Black-led and Black-serving recipient organization with an endowment of $199,476,227.
The Alberta government is focused on building capacity in licensed non-profit and home-based child care. The Space Creation Grant will help enable 42,500 total new non-profit licensed spaces to be created over the next 5 years.
The Government of Alberta is committing up to $50 million through Emissions Reduction Alberta (ERA) for the Industrial Transformation Challenge. Funds are sourced from the Technology Innovation and Emissions Reduction (TIER) fund.
Odyssey – Language Assistant Program is a bilingual, paid work experience that provides opportunities for postsecondary students to travel to another province. English-speaking students can work in Quebec or New Brunswick, while French-speaking students can work in a province other than their own.
The Workers’ Memorial Grant is a one-time, non-competitive grant program that helps organizations create physical memorials to honour workers who died due to a workplace incident, illness or injury.
The Enhanced Capacity Advancement Program (ECAP) helps to advance and strengthen the non-profit/voluntary sector, by providing multi-year operational funding for up to 3 years to Alberta-based non-profit organizations that have a primary mandate and proven ability to: build the capacity of other non-profit organizations in Alberta strengthen and advance the capacity of Alberta’s non-profit/voluntary [...]
Alberta Community Restorative Justice grants are available to non-profit organizations that provide restorative justice services and referrals to communities.