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This dataset contains funding allocations provided to Provinces and Territories under Infrastructure Canada's transfer payment programs.
The Department of Municipal Affairs and Housing administers a variety of programs that provide funding to municipalities and not-for-profit community groups. This dataset includes a list of the funding programs that are administered by Department of Municipal Affairs and Housing. Information include: Funding Program, Area, Year, Actual Funding Amount.
The Aboriginal Justice Strategy (AJS), now known as the Indigenous Justice Program, supports community-based justice programs that offer alternatives to mainstream justice processes in appropriate circumstances. Created to provide alternatives to the mainstream system, the Indigenous Justice program provides funding to communities through two categories: The Community-Based Justice fund and the Capacity-Building Fund. Community-Based Justice currently funds 197 community-based programs that serve over 750 communities.he objectives of the Community-Based Justice Fund component are:
to allow Indigenous people the opportunity to assume greater responsibility for the administration of justice in their communities;
to help reduce the rates of crime and incarceration among Indigenous people in communities with cost-shared programs; and,
to foster improved responsiveness, fairness, inclusiveness, and effectiveness of the justice system with respect to justice and its administration so as to meet the needs and aspirations of Indigenous people. The Capacity-Building Fund is designed to support capacity-building efforts in Indigenous communities, particularly as they relate to building increased knowledge and skills for the establishment and management of community-based justice programs.
Under the Municipal Government Act, the Minister has the authority to prescribe the type of information to be provided by a municipality to the Minister [s.451 (1(b)]. In Nova Scotia, the municipality is required to submit financial information to the Department of Municipal Affairs and Housing (DMAH) through the standard Financial Information Return (FIR). This dataset includes the Non-consolidated Operating Fund Revenues and Expenditures for all the municipalities.
List of Age-Friendly Grant funding recipients from across Nova Scotia by year.
Details about the registrants in the community small business investment funds program. The data contains: * registrant name * address * contact information * registration date * registration number * status About the community small business investment fund program
The Public Health Agency of Canada (PHAC) launched the Vaccine Community Innovation Challenge on March 8, 2021, to seek creative ideas for community-based information initiatives. This is the Backgrounder for the Funding Recipients.
This audit focused on whether Infrastructure Canada designed and implemented a Climate Lens approach to designated projects under selected funding programs, and whether investments under these programs contributed to more resilient, less carbon-intensive, and inclusive infrastructure investments.
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
Successful applicants of the 2017-2019 Solar for Community Buildings Program, that enables eligible community groups and organizations to generate solar photovoltaic (PV) electricity on their roofs or properties