Funding

Multiculturalism

The Inter-Action Events stream, which provides funding of up to $15,000 for events, accepts applications year-round.

This stream is designed to support events that foster one or more of the following:

  • Intercultural/interfaith understanding
  • Civic memory and pride
  • Respect for core democratic values

Settlement and resettlement

CIC funds services that help newcomers settle and adapt to life in Canada. These services include language training, information and referrals, help finding employment that matches newcomers’ skills and education, and help integrating into Canadian society.

Closed calls for proposals

Manitoba, Saskatchewan, New Brunswick, 2013

The deadline to submit applications for funding to support Settlement projects in Manitoba, Saskatchewan, and New Brunswick was November 8, 2013 at 11:59pm EDT. We will send a funding decision to all eligible applicants by March 13, 2014.

British Columbia, 2013

The deadline to submit applications for funding to support Settlement projects in British Columbia was July 8, 2013. We will send a decision to all eligible applicants by November 11, 2013.

Community Historical Recognition Program

The Government of Canada established the Community Historical Recognition Program (CHRP) in 2008 for a five-year period. Its purpose was to acknowledge and to educate Canadians about the historical experiences of ethno-cultural communities affected by wartime discriminatory measures and immigration restrictions applied in Canada.

Canadian First World War Internment Recognition Fund

The Government of Canada established the Canadian First World War Internment Recognition Fund to support projects that commemorate the experience of all affected communities during that period. The fund is managed by the Shevchenko Foundation.

 
 
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