The Government of Prince Edward Island is accepting applications for projects aimed at improving the lives of seniors. Quick Facts. The Prince Edward Island Seniors’ Secretariat offers grants up to $5k per project to organizations or groups. Eligible groups include nonprofits, community-based coalitions, networks, municipal governments, band/tribal councils, and other Aboriginal organizations. Examples of past[…]
The Nunavut Food Security Coalition is accepting funding proposals for projects addressing food security for fiscal 2019-20. Quick Facts. Nonprofits, societies, and municipal organizations are eligible. Eligible projects: contribute to the development and/or continuation of a food security project; aim to increase the ability of Nunavummiut to improve their own food security through life and food skills development;[…]
The Government of New Brunswick has launched a Disaster Financial Assistance program to help small businesses, nonprofits, and municipalities that suffered property damage following the heavy rainfall of Jan. 23-24. Quick Facts. The program provides assistance for eligible damage and losses that threaten the health and safety of individuals, municipalities and small businesses. The maximum[…]
The Governments of Canada and Ontario have announced that organizations in the agri-food sector can now apply for funding under the Canadian Agricultural Partnership. Quick Facts. Funding will flow to projects focused on innovation, economic development, environmental stewardship, and food safety. The deadline to apply is Apr. 5.
By Sneh Duggal Andrea Goulais said she always struggled with her identity growing up as a young girl on a reserve in northern Ontario. “I would hide the fact that I was Indigenous and I tried to blend in with the mainstream society and my non-Indigenous peers,” said Goulais. The 17-year-old is an Anishinaabe francophone from[…]