A searchable resource of family-related policy and program announcements in Canada

Alta. government reduces red tape in child care
Level of government: Provincial/Territorial
The Alberta government launches a new application site that allows parents to easily check if...
New B.C. Access Grant makes life more affordable for students
Domain: Environment, Culture
Level of government: Provincial/Territorial, British Columbia
The new B.C. Access Grant will help students who might otherwise not have the means...
Fed. government announces support to survivors of gender-based violence in the N.W.T.
Domain: Care
Level of government: Federal, Provincial/Territorial, Northwest Territories
The federal government announces investment of $1 million in YWCA NWT, a women’s organization working...
Ont. government increases support for Indigenous postsecondary education
Domain: Environment, Culture
Level of government: Provincial/Territorial, Ontario
The Ontario government announces increased funding by $1.8 million this year to Indigenous Institutes in...
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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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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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Welcome to the Canadian Family Policy Monitor, a searchable resource of family-related policy and program announcements in Canada.

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