A REPOSITORY OF FAMILY POLICIES AND PROGRAMS IN CANADA

Domain: Environment
Level of government: Provincial/Territorial, Nova Scotia
Tags: Family Finances, Housing, Seniors
The Nova Scotia government is helping low-income seniors with their municipal residential property taxes. Applications...
Applications for seniors’ property tax rebate in N.S. open July 1
Tags: Family Finances, Housing, Seniors
Domain: Environment
Level of government: Provincial/Territorial, New Brunswick
Tags: Housing, Equality
The New Brunswick Human Rights Commission has issued a Guideline on Housing Discrimination that presents a...
New guideline regarding housing discrimination in N.B.
Tags: Housing, Equality
Domain: Culture
Level of government: Provincial/Territorial, Ontario
Tags: Indigenous, Reconciliation
The Ontario government is providing $10 million to help support the identification, investigation, protection and...
Ont. government supports the identification and commemoration of Residential School burial sites
Tags: Indigenous, Reconciliation
Domain: Culture
Level of government: Provincial/Territorial, Ontario
Tags: Inclusion, LGBTQ+, Diversity, Students, Support
The Ontario government is partnering with community organizations to better support Two-Spirit, Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual,...
Ont. government supports 2SLGBTQI+ students
Tags: Inclusion, LGBTQ+, Diversity, Students, Support
Domain: Care
Level of government: Provincial/Territorial, Alberta
Tags: Communities, Seniors
The Alberta government is providing $750,000 to the Alberta Elder Abuse Awareness Council to support...
Alta. government supports prevention of senior abuse
Tags: Communities, Seniors
Domain: Culture
Level of government: Federal
Tags: Seniors, Violence, Support
The federal government announces the launch of consultations with experts, stakeholders and Canadians on a...
Fed. government launches consultation on federal policy definition of senior abuse
Tags: Seniors, Violence, Support
Domain: Care
Level of government: Provincial/Territorial, New Brunswick
The Department of Social Development is seeking individuals or couples interested in becoming professional caregivers...
Request for proposals launched for professional caregivers in N.B.
Domain: Care
Level of government: Provincial/Territorial, British Columbia
Tags: Indigenous, Care, Education, Children
About 90 Indigenous early childhood development programs are receiving up to $100,000 each to improve...
Indigenous children to benefit from land-based programming to promote wellness in B.C.
Tags: Indigenous, Care, Education, Children

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The Canadian Family Policy Monitor is an online policy and program resource bank created by the Vanier Institute of the Family that highlights announcements and information on evidence-informed leading and emerging policies and programs in Canada.

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