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About this information

In June 2016, as part of the Open Government Action Plan, the Treasury Board of Canada Secretariat (TBS) committed to increasing the transparency and usefulness of grants and contribution data and subsequently launched the Guidelines on the Reporting of Grants and Contributions Awards, effective April 1, 2018.

The rules and principles governing government grants and contributions are outlined in the Treasury Board Policy on Transfer Payments. Transfer payments are transfers of money, goods, services or assets made from an appropriation to individuals, organizations or other levels of government, without the federal government directly receiving goods or services in return, but which may require the recipient to provide a report or other information subsequent to receiving payment. These expenditures are reported in the Public Accounts of Canada. The major types of transfer payments are grants, contributions and 'other transfer payments'.

Included in this category, but not to be reported under proactive disclosure of awards, are (1) transfers to other levels of government such as Equalization payments as well as Canada Health and Social Transfer payments. (2) Grants and contributions reallocated or otherwise redistributed by the recipient to third parties; and (3) information that would normally be withheld under the Access to Information Act and the Privacy Act.

Found 362354 records

Steinbach Chamber of Commerce (Academia)

$1,247,764.50

Apr. 1, 2017
Agreement: Eastman Immigrant Services (S184849030) (Apr. 1, 2017 - Mar. 31, 2020)
Description:

Community Connections, Language Training, Support Services, Information and Orientation, Needs Assessment & Referrals, Indirect

Expected Results:

Appropriate information and services to address settlement needs; Awareness of community and other resources to deal with settlement issues; Connections to communities and public institutions; Knowledge of life in Canada, including laws, rights, and responsibilities; Official language skills and other skills for adapting to Canadian society; Partners & stakeholders are engaged in settlement and implement strategies to address newcomers needs

Organization: Immigration, Refugees and Citizenship Canada
Location: Steinbach, Manitoba, Canada R5G 0R5
DetailsRef # 094-2018-2019-Q1-S184849030 (Contribution)
Recipient Business Number: 108013525RT0001
Program: Settlement

For Canada to realize the economic, social and cultural benefits of immigration, newcomers must integrate successfully into Canadian society. To provide newcomers with the information required to make informed decision, language skills adequate to their settlement and integration goals, and the support they need to build networks within their new communities.

Coverage: Steinbach
Amendments

Franco-manitoban School Division / Division scolaire franco-manitobaine (Academia)

$260,005.00

Apr. 1, 2017
Agreement: Settlement Officer for DFSM Schools (S184849031) (Apr. 1, 2017 - Mar. 31, 2020)
Description:

Community Connections, Information and Orientation, Needs Assessment & Referrals

Expected Results:

Awareness of community and other resources to deal with settlement issues; French-speaking clients receive settlement services that address their settlement needs; Knowledge of life in Canada, including laws, rights, and responsibilities

Organization: Immigration, Refugees and Citizenship Canada
Location: Lorette, Manitoba, Canada R0A 0Y0
DetailsRef # 094-2018-2019-Q1-S184849031 (Contribution)
Recipient Business Number: 898345756RT0001
Program: Settlement

For Canada to realize the economic, social and cultural benefits of immigration, newcomers must integrate successfully into Canadian society. To provide newcomers with the information required to make informed decision, language skills adequate to their settlement and integration goals, and the support they need to build networks within their new communities.

Coverage: Lorette
Amendments

MOSAIC - Newcomer Family Resource Network INC. (Not-for-profit organizations and charities)

$7,118,018.60

Apr. 1, 2017
Agreement: LINC and Settlement Services for Newcomers (S184849048) (Apr. 1, 2017 - Mar. 31, 2020)
Description:

Language Training, Support Services, Information and Orientation

Expected Results:

Appropriate information and services to address settlement needs; Awareness of community and other resources to deal with settlement issues; Connections to communities and public institutions; Knowledge of life in Canada, including laws, rights, and responsibilities; Official language skills and other skills for adapting to Canadian society

Organization: Immigration, Refugees and Citizenship Canada
Location: Winnipeg, Manitoba, Canada R3B 2K9
DetailsRef # 094-2018-2019-Q1-S184849048 (Contribution)
Recipient Business Number: 858956659RT0001
Program: Settlement

For Canada to realize the economic, social and cultural benefits of immigration, newcomers must integrate successfully into Canadian society. To provide newcomers with the information required to make informed decision, language skills adequate to their settlement and integration goals, and the support they need to build networks within their new communities.

Coverage: Winnipeg
Amendments

River East Transcona School Division (Academia)

$1,488,647.19

Apr. 1, 2017
Agreement: RETSD Adult Language and Settlement Programs (S184849050) (Apr. 1, 2017 - Mar. 31, 2020)
Description:

Community Connections, Language Training, Support Services, Information and Orientation, Needs Assessment & Referrals, Indirect

Expected Results:

Appropriate information and services to address settlement needs; Awareness of community and other resources to deal with settlement issues; Connections to communities and public institutions; Knowledge of life in Canada, including laws, rights, and responsibilities; Knowledge, skills, and connections related to the Canadian work environment; Official language skills and other skills for adapting to Canadian society

Organization: Immigration, Refugees and Citizenship Canada
Location: Winnipeg, Manitoba, Canada R2K 2 P7
DetailsRef # 094-2018-2019-Q1-S184849050 (Contribution)
Recipient Business Number: 107897852RT0001
Program: Settlement

For Canada to realize the economic, social and cultural benefits of immigration, newcomers must integrate successfully into Canadian society. To provide newcomers with the information required to make informed decision, language skills adequate to their settlement and integration goals, and the support they need to build networks within their new communities.

Coverage: Winnipeg
Amendments

Jewish Child and Family Service (Not-for-profit organizations and charities)

$681,499.40

Apr. 1, 2017
Agreement: Jewish Child and Family Service Settlement Program (S184849051) (Apr. 1, 2017 - Mar. 31, 2020)
Description:

Community Connections, Support Services, Employment Related Services, Information and Orientation, Needs Assessment & Referrals

Expected Results:

Appropriate information and services to address settlement needs; Awareness of community and other resources to deal with settlement issues; Connections to communities and public institutions; Knowledge of life in Canada, including laws, rights, and responsibilities; Knowledge, skills, and connections related to the Canadian work environment; Settlement and non-settlement services are responsive to the needs of newcomers and communities

Organization: Immigration, Refugees and Citizenship Canada
Location: Winnipeg, Manitoba, Canada R3N2B2
DetailsRef # 094-2018-2019-Q1-S184849051 (Contribution)
Recipient Business Number: 107534703RT0001
Program: Settlement

For Canada to realize the economic, social and cultural benefits of immigration, newcomers must integrate successfully into Canadian society. To provide newcomers with the information required to make informed decision, language skills adequate to their settlement and integration goals, and the support they need to build networks within their new communities.

Coverage: Winnipeg
Amendments

DLS Consulting Inc (Not-for-profit organizations and charities)

$2,579,420.56

Apr. 1, 2017
Agreement: Winnipeg English Language Assessment and Referral Centre (WELARC) (S184849054) (Apr. 1, 2017 - Mar. 31, 2020)
Description:

Language Training, Indirect

Expected Results:

Appropriate information and services to address settlement needs; Official language skills and other skills for adapting to Canadian society

Organization: Immigration, Refugees and Citizenship Canada
Location: Winnipeg, Manitoba, Canada R3B 2B3
DetailsRef # 094-2018-2019-Q1-S184849054 (Contribution)
Recipient Business Number: 832248231RT0001
Program: Settlement

For Canada to realize the economic, social and cultural benefits of immigration, newcomers must integrate successfully into Canadian society. To provide newcomers with the information required to make informed decision, language skills adequate to their settlement and integration goals, and the support they need to build networks within their new communities.

Coverage: Winnipeg
Amendments

Mount Carmel Clinic (Not-for-profit organizations and charities)

$790,313.76

Apr. 1, 2017
Agreement: Multi-Cultural Wellness Program (S184849055) (Apr. 1, 2017 - Mar. 31, 2020)
Description:

Community Connections, Support Services, Information and Orientation

Expected Results:

Appropriate information and services to address settlement needs; Awareness of community and other resources to deal with settlement issues; Connections to communities and public institutions; Knowledge of life in Canada, including laws, rights, and responsibilities; Knowledge, skills, and connections related to the Canadian work environment; Partners and stakeholders are engaged in settlement and implement strategies to address newcomers needs; Program development, management and governance effectively support consistent and responsive program delivery

Organization: Immigration, Refugees and Citizenship Canada
Location: Winnipeg, Manitoba, Canada R2W5L4
DetailsRef # 094-2018-2019-Q1-S184849055 (Contribution)
Recipient Business Number: 11904752RT0001
Program: Settlement

For Canada to realize the economic, social and cultural benefits of immigration, newcomers must integrate successfully into Canadian society. To provide newcomers with the information required to make informed decision, language skills adequate to their settlement and integration goals, and the support they need to build networks within their new communities.

Coverage: Winnipeg
Amendments

Immigrant Centre Manitoba Inc (Not-for-profit organizations and charities)

$4,926,908.85

Apr. 1, 2017
Agreement: Immigrant Centre Manitoba Inc. (S184849063) (Apr. 1, 2017 - Mar. 31, 2020)
Description:

Community Connections, Support Services, Employment Related Services, Information and Orientation, Needs Assessment & Referrals, Indirect

Expected Results:

Appropriate information and services to address settlement needs; Awareness of community and other resources to deal with settlement issues; Connections to communities and public institutions; Knowledge of life in Canada, including laws, rights, and responsibilities; Knowledge, skills, and connections related to the Canadian work environment; Official language skills and other skills for adapting to Canadian society; Partners and stakeholders are engaged in settlement and implement strategies to address newcomers needs; Program development, management and governance effectively support consistent and responsive program delivery; Provision of settlement services is consistent, innovative and coordinated

Organization: Immigration, Refugees and Citizenship Canada
Location: Winnipeg, Manitoba, Canada R3A0W2
DetailsRef # 094-2018-2019-Q1-S184849063 (Contribution)
Recipient Business Number: 118864420RT0001
Program: Settlement

For Canada to realize the economic, social and cultural benefits of immigration, newcomers must integrate successfully into Canadian society. To provide newcomers with the information required to make informed decision, language skills adequate to their settlement and integration goals, and the support they need to build networks within their new communities.

Coverage: Winnipeg
Amendments

Newcomers Employment & Education Development Services (NEEDS) (Not-for-profit organizations and charities)

$9,288,526.95

Apr. 1, 2017
Agreement: NEEDS Centre for Newcomer Children, Youth & Families (S184849064) (Apr. 1, 2017 - Mar. 31, 2020)
Description:

Community Connections, Support Services, Employment Related Services, Information and Orientation, Needs Assessment & Referrals, Indirect

Expected Results:

Appropriate information and services to address settlement needs; Awareness of community and other resources to deal with settlement issues; Connections to communities and public institutions; Knowledge of life in Canada, including laws, rights, and responsibilities; Knowledge, skills, and connections related to the Canadian work environment

Organization: Immigration, Refugees and Citizenship Canada
Location: Winnipeg, Manitoba, Canada R3B 1N8
DetailsRef # 094-2018-2019-Q1-S184849064 (Contribution)
Recipient Business Number: 871237027RT0001
Program: Settlement

For Canada to realize the economic, social and cultural benefits of immigration, newcomers must integrate successfully into Canadian society. To provide newcomers with the information required to make informed decision, language skills adequate to their settlement and integration goals, and the support they need to build networks within their new communities.

Coverage: Winnipeg
Amendments

Immigrant and Refugee Community Organization of Manitoba Inc. (Not-for-profit organizations and charities)

$3,829,640.55

Apr. 1, 2017
Agreement: Settlement Model for Newcomer Families Residing within IRCOM’s Transitional Housing & Inner-City Neighbourhoods (S184849068) (Apr. 1, 2017 - Mar. 31, 2020)
Description:

Community Connections, Language Training, Support Services, Information and Orientation, Needs Assessment & Referrals, Indirect

Expected Results:

Appropriate information and services to address settlement needs; Awareness of community and other resources to deal with settlement issues; Connections to communities and public institutions; Knowledge of life in Canada, including laws, rights, and responsibilities; Official language skills and other skills for adapting to Canadian society

Organization: Immigration, Refugees and Citizenship Canada
Location: Winnipeg, Manitoba, Canada R3A 1S8
DetailsRef # 094-2018-2019-Q1-S184849068 (Contribution)
Recipient Business Number: 128429537RT0001
Program: Settlement

For Canada to realize the economic, social and cultural benefits of immigration, newcomers must integrate successfully into Canadian society. To provide newcomers with the information required to make informed decision, language skills adequate to their settlement and integration goals, and the support they need to build networks within their new communities.

Coverage: Winnipeg
Amendments

The Board of Governors of Red River College (Academia)

$15,563,995.00

Apr. 1, 2017
Agreement: Red River College Language Training Centre (S184849074) (Apr. 1, 2017 - Mar. 31, 2020)
Description:

Language Training, Employment Related Services

Expected Results:

Connections to communities and public institutions; Knowledge of life in Canada, including laws, rights, and responsibilities; Knowledge, skills, and connections related to the Canadian work environment; Official language skills and other skills for adapting to Canadian society

Organization: Immigration, Refugees and Citizenship Canada
Location: Winnipeg, Manitoba, Canada R3H 0J9
DetailsRef # 094-2018-2019-Q1-S184849074 (Contribution)
Recipient Business Number: 122384506RT0001
Program: Settlement

For Canada to realize the economic, social and cultural benefits of immigration, newcomers must integrate successfully into Canadian society. To provide newcomers with the information required to make informed decision, language skills adequate to their settlement and integration goals, and the support they need to build networks within their new communities.

Coverage: Winnipeg
Amendments

Manitoba Institute of Trades and Technology (Academia)

$6,304,180.16

Apr. 1, 2017
Agreement: English as a Second Language, English Language Centre, Manitoba Institute of Trades and Technology (S184849075) (Apr. 1, 2017 - Mar. 31, 2020)
Description:

Language Training

Expected Results:

Knowledge of life in Canada, including laws, rights, and responsibilities; Official language skills and other skills for adapting to Canadian society

Organization: Immigration, Refugees and Citizenship Canada
Location: Winnipeg, Manitoba, Canada R3Y 1G4
DetailsRef # 094-2018-2019-Q1-S184849075 (Contribution)
Recipient Business Number: 107997967RT0001
Program: Settlement

For Canada to realize the economic, social and cultural benefits of immigration, newcomers must integrate successfully into Canadian society. To provide newcomers with the information required to make informed decision, language skills adequate to their settlement and integration goals, and the support they need to build networks within their new communities.

Coverage: Winnipeg
Amendments

Westman Immigrant Services (Not-for-profit organizations and charities)

$5,867,891.75

Apr. 1, 2017
Agreement: Westman Immigrant Services (WIS) (S184849083) (Apr. 1, 2017 - Mar. 31, 2020)
Description:

Community Connections, Language Training, Support Services, Information and Orientation, Needs Assessment & Referrals, Indirect

Expected Results:

Appropriate information and services to address settlement needs; Connections to communities and public institutions; Knowledge of life in Canada, including laws, rights, and responsibilities; Official language skills and other skills for adapting to Canadian society; Program development, management and governance effectively support consistent and responsive program delivery

Organization: Immigration, Refugees and Citizenship Canada
Location: Brandon, Manitoba, Canada R7A 0J2
DetailsRef # 094-2018-2019-Q1-S184849083 (Contribution)
Recipient Business Number: 869018804RT0001
Program: Settlement

For Canada to realize the economic, social and cultural benefits of immigration, newcomers must integrate successfully into Canadian society. To provide newcomers with the information required to make informed decision, language skills adequate to their settlement and integration goals, and the support they need to build networks within their new communities.

Coverage: Brandon
Amendments

Assiniboine Community College (Academia)

$695,934.00

Apr. 1, 2017
Agreement: Pathways Approach to Settlement Services for Newcomer Clients in Language Training and Employability (S184849084) (Apr. 1, 2017 - Mar. 31, 2020)
Description:

Language Training

Expected Results:

Knowledge, skills, and connections related to the Canadian work environment; Official language skills and other skills for adapting to Canadian society

Organization: Immigration, Refugees and Citizenship Canada
Location: Brandon, Manitoba, Canada R7A 0K8
DetailsRef # 094-2018-2019-Q1-S184849084 (Contribution)
Recipient Business Number: 134928860RT0001
Program: Settlement

For Canada to realize the economic, social and cultural benefits of immigration, newcomers must integrate successfully into Canadian society. To provide newcomers with the information required to make informed decision, language skills adequate to their settlement and integration goals, and the support they need to build networks within their new communities.

Coverage: Brandon
Amendments

University of Regina (Academia)

$1,607,713.60

Mar. 15, 2017
Agreement: Language Instruction for Newcomers to Canada (LINC) (S184850002) (Mar. 15, 2017 - Mar. 31, 2019)
Description:

Community Connections, Language Training, Support Services, Information and Orientation

Expected Results:

Appropriate information and services to address settlement needs; Awareness of community and other resources to deal with settlement issues; Connections to communities and public institutions; Knowledge of life in Canada, including laws, rights, and responsibilities; Official language skills and other skills for adapting to Canadian society

Organization: Immigration, Refugees and Citizenship Canada
Location: Regina, Saskatchewan, Canada S4S 0A2
DetailsRef # 094-2018-2019-Q1-S184850002 (Contribution)
Recipient Business Number: 108162124RT0001
Program: Settlement

For Canada to realize the economic, social and cultural benefits of immigration, newcomers must integrate successfully into Canadian society. To provide newcomers with the information required to make informed decision, language skills adequate to their settlement and integration goals, and the support they need to build networks within their new communities.

Coverage: Regina
Amendments

Saskatoon Open Door Society (Not-for-profit organizations and charities)

$8,102,606.91

Apr. 1, 2017
Agreement: Language Instruction for Newcomers to Canada (LINC) and Youth Programs (S184850008) (Apr. 1, 2017 - Mar. 31, 2020)
Description:

Community Connections, Language Training, Support Services

Expected Results:

Appropriate information and services to address settlement needs; Awareness of community and other resources to deal with settlement issues; Connections to communities and public institutions; Knowledge of life in Canada, including laws, rights, and responsibilities; Official language skills and other skills for adapting to Canadian society

Organization: Immigration, Refugees and Citizenship Canada
Location: Saskatoon, Saskatchewan, Canada S7K 2H4
DetailsRef # 094-2018-2019-Q1-S184850008 (Contribution)
Recipient Business Number: 119141133RT0001
Program: Settlement

For Canada to realize the economic, social and cultural benefits of immigration, newcomers must integrate successfully into Canadian society. To provide newcomers with the information required to make informed decision, language skills adequate to their settlement and integration goals, and the support they need to build networks within their new communities.

Coverage: Saskatoon
Amendments

Regina Open Door Society Inc. (Not-for-profit organizations and charities)

$7,143,758.84

Apr. 1, 2017
Agreement: Settlement Services - Orientation Services for Newcomers (OSN) (S184850011) (Apr. 1, 2017 - Mar. 31, 2020)
Description:

Community Connections, Support Services, Employment Related Services, Information and Orientation, Needs Assessment & Referrals, Indirect

Expected Results:

Appropriate information and services to address settlement needs; Awareness of community and other resources to deal with settlement issues; Connections to communities and public institutions; Knowledge of life in Canada, including laws, rights, and responsibilities; Official language skills and other skills for adapting to Canadian society; Provision of settlement services is consistent, innovative and coordinated; Settlement and non-settlement services are responsive to the needs of newcomers and communities

Organization: Immigration, Refugees and Citizenship Canada
Location: Regina, Saskatchewan, Canada S4P0M8
DetailsRef # 094-2018-2019-Q1-S184850011 (Contribution)
Recipient Business Number: 119114205RT0001
Program: Settlement

For Canada to realize the economic, social and cultural benefits of immigration, newcomers must integrate successfully into Canadian society. To provide newcomers with the information required to make informed decision, language skills adequate to their settlement and integration goals, and the support they need to build networks within their new communities.

Coverage: Regina
Amendments

Regina Open Door Society Inc. (Not-for-profit organizations and charities)

$637,212.61

Apr. 1, 2017
Agreement: Local Immigration Partnership (LIPs) (S184850014) (Apr. 1, 2017 - Mar. 31, 2020)
Description:

Indirect

Expected Results:

Partners & stakeholders are engaged in settlement and implement strategies to address newcomers needs; Program development, management and governance effectively support consistent and responsive program delivery

Organization: Immigration, Refugees and Citizenship Canada
Location: Regina, Saskatchewan, Canada S4P0M8
DetailsRef # 094-2018-2019-Q1-S184850014 (Contribution)
Recipient Business Number: 119114205RT0001
Program: Settlement

For Canada to realize the economic, social and cultural benefits of immigration, newcomers must integrate successfully into Canadian society. To provide newcomers with the information required to make informed decision, language skills adequate to their settlement and integration goals, and the support they need to build networks within their new communities.

Coverage: Regina
Amendments

Southwest Newcomer Welcome Centre Inc. (Not-for-profit organizations and charities)

$695,531.74

Apr. 1, 2017
Agreement: Settlement Workers in Schools (SWIS) and Employment and Engagement Program (S184850015) (Apr. 1, 2017 - Mar. 31, 2020)
Description:

Community Connections, Support Services, Employment Related Services, Information and Orientation, Needs Assessment & Referrals, Indirect

Expected Results:

Appropriate information and services to address settlement needs; Awareness of community and other resources to deal with settlement issues; Connections to communities and public institutions; Knowledge of life in Canada, including laws, rights, and responsibilities; Knowledge, skills, and connections related to the Canadian work environment; Partners and stakeholders are engaged in settlement and implement strategies to address newcomers needs

Organization: Immigration, Refugees and Citizenship Canada
Location: Swift Current, Saskatchewan, Canada S9H 0L3
DetailsRef # 094-2018-2019-Q1-S184850015 (Contribution)
Recipient Business Number: 803899061RT0001
Program: Settlement

For Canada to realize the economic, social and cultural benefits of immigration, newcomers must integrate successfully into Canadian society. To provide newcomers with the information required to make informed decision, language skills adequate to their settlement and integration goals, and the support they need to build networks within their new communities.

Coverage: Swift Current
Amendments

Great Plains College (Academia)

$840,774.98

Apr. 1, 2017
Agreement: Language Instruction for Newcomers to Canada (LINC) (S184850016) (Apr. 1, 2017 - Mar. 31, 2020)
Description:

Community Connections, Language Training, Support Services

Expected Results:

Official language skills and other skills for adapting to Canadian society

Organization: Immigration, Refugees and Citizenship Canada
Location: Swift Current, Saskatchewan, Canada S9H 2C6
DetailsRef # 094-2018-2019-Q1-S184850016 (Contribution)
Recipient Business Number: 118881325RT0001
Program: Settlement

For Canada to realize the economic, social and cultural benefits of immigration, newcomers must integrate successfully into Canadian society. To provide newcomers with the information required to make informed decision, language skills adequate to their settlement and integration goals, and the support they need to build networks within their new communities.

Coverage: Swift Current
Amendments

Global Gathering Place Inc. (Not-for-profit organizations and charities)

$5,972,428.76

Apr. 1, 2017
Agreement: Language Instruction for Newcomers to Canada (LINC) (S184850031) (Apr. 1, 2017 - Mar. 31, 2020)
Description:

Community Connections, Language Training, Support Services, Information and Orientation, Indirect

Expected Results:

Awareness of community and other resources to deal with settlement issues; Connections to communities and public institutions; Official language skills and other skills for adapting to Canadian society

Organization: Immigration, Refugees and Citizenship Canada
Location: Saskatoon, Saskatchewan, Canada S7K 2N7
DetailsRef # 094-2018-2019-Q1-S184850031 (Contribution)
Recipient Business Number: 899856017RT0001
Program: Settlement

For Canada to realize the economic, social and cultural benefits of immigration, newcomers must integrate successfully into Canadian society. To provide newcomers with the information required to make informed decision, language skills adequate to their settlement and integration goals, and the support they need to build networks within their new communities.

Coverage: Saskatoon
Amendments

Saskatoon Open Door Society (Not-for-profit organizations and charities)

$11,276,581.06

Apr. 1, 2017
Agreement: Settlement Support Workers in Schools (SSWIS), Youth, Community Connections and Cultural Bridging programs (S184850040) (Apr. 1, 2017 - Mar. 31, 2020)
Description:

Community Connections, Support Services, Employment Related Services, Information and Orientation, Needs Assessment & Referrals, Indirect

Expected Results:

Appropriate information and services to address settlement needs; Awareness of community and other resources to deal with settlement issues; Connections to communities and public institutions; Knowledge of life in Canada, including laws, rights, and responsibilities; Knowledge, skills, and connections related to the Canadian work environment; Partners & stakeholders are engaged in settlement and implement strategies to address newcomers needs; Provision of settlement services is consistent, innovative and coordinated

Organization: Immigration, Refugees and Citizenship Canada
Location: Saskatoon, Saskatchewan, Canada S7K 2H4
DetailsRef # 094-2018-2019-Q1-S184850040 (Contribution)
Recipient Business Number: 119141133RT0001
Program: Settlement

For Canada to realize the economic, social and cultural benefits of immigration, newcomers must integrate successfully into Canadian society. To provide newcomers with the information required to make informed decision, language skills adequate to their settlement and integration goals, and the support they need to build networks within their new communities.

Coverage: Saskatoon
Amendments

City of Saskatoon / Ville de Saskatoon (Government)

$493,615.00

Jun. 5, 2017
Agreement: Local Immigration Partnerships (LIPs) (S184850044) (Jun. 5, 2017 - Mar. 31, 2020)
Description:

Indirect

Expected Results:

Partners & stakeholders are engaged in settlement and implement strategies to address newcomers needs; Program development, management and governance effectively support consistent and responsive program delivery

Organization: Immigration, Refugees and Citizenship Canada
Location: Saskatoon, Saskatchewan, Canada S7K 0J5
DetailsRef # 094-2018-2019-Q1-S184850044 (Contribution)
Recipient Business Number: 119415123RT0001
Program: Settlement

For Canada to realize the economic, social and cultural benefits of immigration, newcomers must integrate successfully into Canadian society. To provide newcomers with the information required to make informed decision, language skills adequate to their settlement and integration goals, and the support they need to build networks within their new communities.

Coverage: Saskatoon
Amendments

Conseil Économique et Coopératif de la Saskatchewan (CÉCS) (Not-for-profit organizations and charities)

$479,122.74

Apr. 1, 2017
Agreement: Saskatchewan Francophone Immigration Network (S184850045) (Apr. 1, 2017 - Mar. 31, 2020)
Description:

Indirect

Expected Results:

Partners and stakeholders are engaged in promotion, recruitment and settlement and implement strategies to address newcomers needs in FMCs

Organization: Immigration, Refugees and Citizenship Canada
Location: Regina, Saskatchewan, Canada S4R 8B1
DetailsRef # 094-2018-2019-Q1-S184850045 (Contribution)
Recipient Business Number: 06134748334RT0001
Program: Settlement

For Canada to realize the economic, social and cultural benefits of immigration, newcomers must integrate successfully into Canadian society. To provide newcomers with the information required to make informed decision, language skills adequate to their settlement and integration goals, and the support they need to build networks within their new communities.

Coverage: Regina
Amendments

Regina Immigrant Women Centre (Not-for-profit organizations and charities)

$1,166,918.27

Apr. 1, 2017
Agreement: Providing Immigrant Women Counselling and Newcomer Seniors in Touch with Activities and Recreation through Supports (PICNewSTARs) (S184850047) (Apr. 1, 2017 - Mar. 31, 2020)
Description:

Community Connections, Language Training, Support Services, Information and Orientation, Needs Assessment & Referrals

Expected Results:

Appropriate information and services to address settlement needs; Awareness of community and other resources to deal with settlement issues; Connections to communities and public institutions; Knowledge of life in Canada, including laws, rights, and responsibilities; Official language skills and other skills for adapting to Canadian society

Organization: Immigration, Refugees and Citizenship Canada
Location: Regina, Saskatchewan, Canada S4P 1M7
DetailsRef # 094-2018-2019-Q1-S184850047 (Contribution)
Recipient Business Number: 107504078RT0001
Program: Settlement

For Canada to realize the economic, social and cultural benefits of immigration, newcomers must integrate successfully into Canadian society. To provide newcomers with the information required to make informed decision, language skills adequate to their settlement and integration goals, and the support they need to build networks within their new communities.

Coverage: Regina
Amendments
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