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Funding will contribute to strengthen leadership capacity of marginalized or homeless youth, thereby influencing policy change through community-led research.

$ 400,000 2022 - 2025

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Prosper Canada

Funding will support Prosper Canada to strengthen national and local financial empowerment services to address financial vulnerabilities of lower income households.

$ 1,200,000 2022 - 2025

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Inspiring Communities

Funding will support collective action in Digby, Dartmouth and Cape Breton on a variety of social and economic issues.

$ 750,000 2022 - 2025

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Centre for First Nations Governance

Funding will support scaling operations to meet growing demand, to invest in emerging Indigenous leaders and to establish a national inherent rights community of practice.

$ 1,292,500 2022 - 2027

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Bannerman Green Not-for-Profit Housing Co-op

Background of the organization Bannerman Green Not-for-Profit Housing Co-op is a registered housing co-op composed of 80 members in North Winnipeg, building 26 net-zero carbon housing in three clusters in [...]

$ 200,000 2022 - 2024

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Shift Action (MakeWay)

Funding will contribute to empower beneficiaries of Canada’s largest pension funds on climate and Indigenous Rights.

$ 600,000 2022 - 2025

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Neighbours United

Funding will contribute to deep canvassing on climate in three locations in British Columbia.

$ 300,000 2022 - 2025

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Drug Strategy Network of Ontario

Funding will support backbone infrastructure to help with coordination, project administration, advocacy, governance and complementary program activities.

$ 180,000 2022 - 2024

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Common Ground Project – Ulnooweg, Wolastoqey Nations & Community Forests International

Funding will be used to pilot the co-management of land, educate through traditional Indigenous knowledge and train First Nations in forestry management practices for carbon offsets.

$ 379,659 2022 - 2025

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