Amendments for: 001-2021-2022-Q2-00628

Current (Feb 3, 2024)
Agreement Value: $16,650,000.00
Agreement: Wheelchair accessible (18054643). Jan 18, 2021 - Mar 31, 2025
Description:

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. .

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...

Organization: Employment and Social Development Canada
Recipient: Royal Canadian Legion, Branch 59 (Not-for-profit organization or charity)
Location: Grand Forks, British Columbia, CA V0H1H0
Type: Grant
Program Name: Enabling Accessibility Fund - Grants

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.

Amendment 01 (Feb 3, 2024)
Agreement Value: $16,650,000.00
Agreement: Wheelchair accessible (18054643). Jan 18, 2021 - Mar 31, 2025
Description:

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. .

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...

Organization: Employment and Social Development Canada
Recipient: -
Type: -
Amendment 00
Agreement Value: $100,000.00
Agreement: Enabling Accessibility Fund (018054643). Oct 13, 2021 - Oct 12, 2023
Description:

The objective of the EAF is to support community based projects across Canada that improve accessibility, remove barriers, and enable Canadians with disabilities to participate in and contribute to their community.

Expected Results:

The expected outcomes of the Enabling Accessibility Fund are:
• Accessible communities and accessible workplaces;
• Increased access for people with disabilities to services, programs and employment opportunities; and
• Increased opportunities for people with disabilities to participate in and contribute to community life.

Organization: Employment and Social Development Canada
Recipient: Royal Canadian Legion, Branch 59 (Not-for-profit organization or charity)
Location: Grand Forks, British Columbia, CA V0H1H0
Type: Grant
Program Name: Enabling Accessibility Fund - Grants

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.