A REPOSITORY OF FAMILY POLICIES AND PROGRAMS IN CANADA

Domain: Care
Level of government: Federal, Nova Scotia
Tags: Health, Care
Fed. government invests close to $5.9M to expand virtual health care services in N.S. The...
Fed. government invests close to $5.9M to expand virtual health care services in N.S.
Tags: Health, Care
Domain: Care
Level of government: Federal, Nova Scotia
Tags: Care, Accessibility
Nova Scotia will receive about $5.9 million from the federal government to expand the province’s...
Fed. and N.S. government partner to expand virtual care
Tags: Care, Accessibility
Domain: Care
Level of government: Provincial/Territorial, Alberta
Tags: Violence
Alberta’s version of Clare’s Law will come into effect on April 1. The Disclosure to...
New domestic violence legislation coming into effect in Alta.
Tags: Violence
Domain: Environment
Level of government: Provincial/Territorial, Alberta
Tags: Students, Education
The Alberta government presents the revised and strengthened K-6 curriculum – the result of more...
New K-6 curriculum in Alta: Renewing focus on essential knowledge and skills
Tags: Students, Education
Domain: Care
Level of government: Federal
Tags: Well-being, Veterans
The federal government announces that $4 million has been awarded to 23 organizations across the...
Veterans receive help through the Veteran and Family Well-Being Fund
Tags: Well-being, Veterans
Domain: Environment
Level of government: Provincial/Territorial, Manitoba
Tags: Care, Accessibility
The Manitoba government is providing $510,000 to United Way Winnipeg for the continuation of a...
Man. government supports free service that connects Manitobans to community and social resources
Tags: Care, Accessibility
Domain: Environment
Level of government: Provincial/Territorial, Manitoba
Tags: Family Finances, Housing
The Manitoba government is providing a total of $12 million in grant funding to 10...
Man. government provides $12M to municipalities to create affordable housing options
Tags: Family Finances, Housing
Domain: Environment
Level of government: Provincial/Territorial, Manitoba
Tags: Family Finances, Housing
The Manitoba government is providing $5.6 million to the Manitoba Non-Profit Housing Association (MNPHA) to...
Man. government announces $5.6M rent bank to protect families at risk of eviction
Tags: Family Finances, Housing

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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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