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

Domain: Economy
Level of government: Provincial/Territorial, Ontario
Tags: Economy, Employment, Family Finances
The Ontario government releases plans to build a more responsive, efficient and person-centred social assistance...
Ont. government modernizes social assistance system
Tags: Economy, Employment, Family Finances
Domain: Economy
Level of government: Provincial/Territorial, Newfoundland and Labrador
Tags: Finances, COVID-19
The Newfoundland and Labrador government tables Budget 2020, with investment to include $25-a-day child care...
N.L. releases Budget 2020
Tags: Finances, COVID-19
Domain: Culture
Level of government: Federal
Tags: Indigenous, Education, Communities
The federal government announces that 200 organizations and communities will receive funding in 2020–2021 to...
Fed. government announces support for projects aimed at commemorating history of residential schools
Tags: Indigenous, Education, Communities
Domain: Care
Level of government: Federal, Provincial/Territorial, Nunavut
Tags: Children and Youth, Child Care
The federal government announces additional support for early learning and child care through a one-year...
Fed. and Nvt. governments announce additional support for quality early learning and child care across the territory
Tags: Children and Youth, Child Care
Domain: Culture
Level of government: Provincial/Territorial, Yukon
Tags: Communities, Culture
Eleven community projects across Yukon are receiving $162,040 from the Community Development Fund. The projects...
Y.T. projects receive funding from the Community Development Fund
Tags: Communities, Culture
Level of government: Provincial/Territorial
Tags: Indigenous, Children and Youth, Communities
The Quebec government announces financial support for initiatives and projects that engage Indigenous youth and...
Que. government invites Indigenous youth to take part in community mobilization projects
Tags: Indigenous, Children and Youth, Communities
Domain: Care
Level of government: Provincial/Territorial, Saskatchewan
Tags: Violence, Support
As part of its ongoing commitment to addressing interpersonal violence, the Saskatchewan government is providing...
Sask. government expands call line supports for interpersonal violence
Tags: Violence, Support
Domain: Care
Level of government: Provincial/Territorial, Manitoba
Tags: Well-being, Health, Accessibility
The Manitoba government will invest more than $1.4 million to extend the Home Nutrition and...
Man. government extends Home Nutrition and Learning Program
Tags: Well-being, Health, Accessibility

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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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