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Found 10 records similar to Key Funding Data on Canada Council for the Arts Grant Recipients
This dataset contains the art works in the Canada Council Art Bank collection. For 40 years, the Art Bank has been collecting work by the best Canadian artists of our times. It has become the world's largest collection of contemporary Canadian art with over 17,000 paintings, prints, photographs and sculptures by some 3,000 artists. More than one-third of the collection is on view in public spaces and private organizations across Canada, through art rentals, loans, and outreach programs.
Members of Canada’s health research community have expressed interest in obtaining data derived from CIHR’s competition processes to conduct analyses around a variety of important issues (e.g., the balance of funding across career stage and gender). o help researchers carry out such analyses, CIHR funding information from a number of competitions is now available in the form of a Public-Use Microdata File. The file contains anonymized, non-aggregated data, which can be used to manipulate variables to conduct analyses. It is important to note that the number of fields is limited in order to preserve the confidentiality of applicants
Competitions currently included:
•Open Operating Grant Program (2012- 2015)
•Foundation Grant Program (2014- 2016)
•Project Grant Program (2016)
Fields included in the CSV file:
•Sex of applicant
•Primary theme (Biomedical; Clinical; Health Systems/Services; Social/Cultural/Environmental/Population Health; Not Applicable/Specified)
•Application status (Grant Awarded, Non-Funded Application, Withdrawn)
•Requested number of years for funding
•Requested amount per year
Recipients of a community fund that issues grants to organizations working to protect and restore the Great Lakes. Organizations could receive a grant up to $25,000 for projects. The fund is open to: * not-for-profit organizations * First Nations communities and organizations * Metis communities and organizations
Financial information of universities and degree-granting colleges, revenues by geography, type of university or college and type of funds.
Financial information of universities and degree-granting colleges, type of expenditures by geography, type of university or college and type of fund and function.
The source of funding of capital expenditures on infrastructure assets with respect to government grants and subsidies. Annual data beginning from 2018.
A tribal council is a grouping of First Nations with common interests who voluntarily joined together to provide services to member First Nations. The tribal council geographic location dataset contains the geographic location of all tribal councils in Canada as points as well as basic attributes data. Each tribal council point represents its address as it is registered in Indigenous and Northern Affairs Canada (INAC) Indian Government Support System (IGSS). A connection with the IGSS is in place to ensure that any update to the system is reflected in the attributes data associated with the geography of each tribal council.
The program provides funding to settlement agencies across Ontario. Funding is used to help newcomers settle and integrate into Canadian society. Data includes a listing of the following for the 2013-2014 fiscal year: * organizations * locations * grant issued amount
Data about the grants provided by the Postsecondary Education Division at the The Ministry of Colleges and Universities. The grants are issued to colleges of applied arts and technology and publicly assisted universities to support: * Major Capital Support Program - grants for capital infrastructure, new construction and major renovations * Facilities Renewal Program - grants to assist postsecondary institutions address ongoing maintenance, repair and renovations * College Equipment and Renewal Fund - grants to assist colleges acquire and renew instructional equipment and learning resources * other - grants to support the capital requirements of specific program initiatives This dataset contains the amounts expended on capital projects, and does not include the Apprenticeship Enhancement Fund.