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Community Campus Engage Canada

Bien‑être des communautés, Communautés saines, Community Wellbeing, Healthy Communities, Inclusion sociale et Economique, Jeunes et Education, Youth and Education
$150,000 2021 - 2023 Les fonds de la Fondation permettront à CCEC d'être plus autonome et de répondre aux besoins changeants du secteur, et de créer un poste axé sur la prestation de programmes. 
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Pembina Institute

Environment, Social and Economic Inclusion
$300,000 2021 - 2024 Funds from the Foundation will support Pembina’s project to address women’s job losses due to COVID-19 and work to influence government job creation programs and other post-COVID recovery funding to increase women’s participation in the clean energy workforce. 
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Wahkohtowin Development General Partnership Inc. (Wahkohtowin)

Reconciliation, Youth and Education
$150,000 2021 - 2024 Funds from the Foundation will support the scaling development of a Guardian Program through a partnership with the Outland Youth Employment Program, reaching youth in the Northeast Superior Region.
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Efficiency Canada (Carleton University)

Environment, Reconciliation, Social and Economic Inclusion
$450,000 2021 - 2024 This project will address energy poverty through supporting local advocacy and tenant rights organizations for households experiencing energy poverty; it will also encourage women to enter the energy efficiency workforce; and it will partner with Indigenous organizations in the energy efficiency field. 
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First Nations Child and Family Caring Society of Canada (the Caring Society) 

Reconciliation, Youth and Education
$450,000 2021 - 2024 The funding for this project will further advance the work: to ensure equity for First Nations children and families; to support education and public engagement for reconciliation; and, to evaluate and measure programming effectiveness and adapt accordingly.
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Winnipeg Boldness Project

Community Wellbeing, Healthy Communities, Reconciliation, Social and Economic Inclusion, Youth and Education
$750,000 2021 - 2024 This contribution from the Foundation is the last of its seven-year commitment to The Winnipeg Boldness Project, which aims to improve the wellbeing of children and families in Winnipeg’s North End.
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Cascade Institute, Royal Roads University 

Environment
$300,000 2021 - 2024
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The Royal Canadian Geographic Society

Reconciliation, Youth and Education
$150,000 2021 The Royal Canadian Geographic Society is leading the development of the Indigenous Peoples Atlas of Canada (IPAC): a project aimed at helping re-imagine Canada by presenting maps without colonial borders and by presenting stories of the First Nations, Inuit and Métis peoples.
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Shifting Indigenous Frontline Tactics (SHIFT) - Algoma University

Reconciliation, Youth and Education
$350,000 2021 - 2024 Algoma’s SHIFT program works to meet unmet demands from police, health and other social services for cultural sensitivity training, to create standardized resources for scaling their approach to other parts of Canada and to build a business model to sustain the work.