Grants and Contributions:

Wheelchair accessible
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Agreement Date:
Jan 18, 2021 - Mar 31, 2025
The objective of the WIL Initiatives is to drive systemic change in the skills development system at the PSE level, to effectively align technical, foundational and “work-ready” skills of PSE students with the skills required by Canadian employers – demonstrated by an increase in incremental and sustainable WIL opportunities in sectors targeted by the program; and the continuation of collaborative and innovative partnerships. .
Employment and Social Development Canada
Expected Results:

The expected outcomes of WIL Initiatives are; create new incremental and meaningful WIL opportunities (e.g. co-ops, internships, capstones, real-world business problem solving) for students in all disciplines;. PSE institutions and employers work collaboratively in supporting WIL opportunities for student groups that are traditionally under-represented including, women in STEM, Indigenous students, Persons with Disabilities, and newcomers; as well as first-year students; and sustainable and innovative partnerships are established with key stakeholders...

Grand Forks, British Columbia, CA V0H1H0
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Grants and Contributions
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Recipient Type:
Not-for-profit organization or charity
Amendment Date
Feb 3, 2024
Recipient's Legal Name:
Royal Canadian Legion, Branch 59
Enabling Accessibility Fund - Grants
Program Purpose:

Le Fonds Pour l’accessibilité (FA) a pour objet d'améliorer l'accessibilité dans les communautés et dans les milieux de travail partout au Canada afin de permettre aux Canadiens handicapés d'être en mesure de participer pleinement à la vie de leur communauté.