Heritage awareness grants support the delivery of interpretive and public engagement projects that preserve, interpret, and promote appreciation of Alberta’s history.
This challenge is about finding ways to make it easier to build houses. It addresses construction-related barriers to housing supply. This can be done by funding activities that support the adoption and preparation for replication and scaling, and to accelerate the use of: construction processes techniques systems materials
The Computers for Schools Intern (CFSI) program supports the Government of Canada's Youth Employment and Skills Strategy. CFSI seeks to enhance the employability and marketability of youth through internships specifically targeted to develop expertise and skills needed to actively participate in the digital economy.
The Alberta Methane Emissions Program (AMEP) is a $17-million program funded by the Technology Innovation and Emissions Reduction (TIER) system. AMEP supports Alberta’s methane emissions reduction efforts by enabling methane emissions reductions in Alberta’s oil and gas industry, while supporting government regulatory revisions, cutting industry costs, and assuring best practices regarding methane detection and management. The [...]
Compensation for Employers of Reservists Program (CERP) is a Department of National Defence (DND) grant program for which the Department of Employment and Social Development Canada (ESDC) provides administrative support to Employers of Reservists and self-employed Reservists. In addition to issuing grants to employers of reservists and self-employed reservists, CERP provides an opportunity to [...]
The Zero Emission Vehicle Awareness Initiative (ZEVAI) supports projects that aim to increase awareness, knowledge and public confidence in zero-emission vehicles (ZEV) and public charging and refueling infrastructure. The ZEVAI helps fund outreach, education, and capacity-building activities, ultimately enabling greater adoption of ZEVs by Canadians in all regions of the country.
York Development Entrepreneurship Institute (YEDI) Incubator accepts 15 entrepreneurs per cohort. An Expert Committee comprised of industry experts and partners will be responsible for evaluating applications based on set criteria.
Young Canada Works at Building Careers in Heritage (YCWBCH) is an internship program. Eligible employers may benefit from wage subsidies and access a pool of college and university graduates with innovative ideas and competitive skills.
Through additional financial incentives for participants bundling efficiency measures and new technology types, the Comprehensive Energy Savings (CES) stream supports facilities that are aiming to achieve deeper emissions reductions and energy savings.
The Institutional Grant provides funding to eligible Institutional Members to complete projects in the following sections: Museums and Society, Governance and Operations, Collections, and Programming. The Partnership grant is also available for a project involving two or more institutions. This grant encourages applicants to undertake projects that directly respond to needs identified by their [...]