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

Domain: Care
Level of government: Provincial/Territorial, Prince Edward Island
Tags: Mental Health
The P.E.I. government launches a new online mental health service in partnership with Canada Health...
P.E.I. government launches new online mental health program
Tags: Mental Health
Domain: Care
Level of government: Provincial/Territorial, Nova Scotia
Tags: Indigenous, Mental Health
The Nova Scotia government announces new funding to provide more mental health and addictions support...
Mental health and addictions funding for First Nations Communities in N.S.
Tags: Indigenous, Mental Health
Domain: Economy
Level of government: Provincial/Territorial, Newfoundland and Labrador
Tags: Students
The Newfoundland and Labrador government announces $3 million in funding to help post-secondary students secure...
N.L. government invests $3M for co-op students to secure work placements
Tags: Students
Domain: Care
Level of government: Federal
Tags: Indigenous, Children and Youth
The federal government announces that Canada will expand eligibility under Jordan’s Principle to First Nations...
Fed. government expands eligibility of Jordan’s Principle to help more First Nations children access supports 
Tags: Indigenous, Children and Youth
Domain: Care
Level of government: Provincial/Territorial, Manitoba
Tags: Mental Health
The New Brunswick government launches new online resource, Bridge the gapp, to help connect those...
New online resource to help connect people to services related to substance use and mental health in N.B.
Tags: Mental Health
Domain: Culture
Level of government: Provincial/Territorial, Manitoba
Tags: Indigenous, Reconciliation
The Manitoba government releases the fifth annual Path to Reconciliation Annual Progress Report. Read more...
Man. government releases fifth annual Path to Reconciliation report
Tags: Indigenous, Reconciliation
Domain: Care, Economy
Level of government: Provincial/Territorial, Ontario
Tags: Communities, Public Health, COVID-19
The Ontario government announces measures to support individuals, families, communities and businesses amid the COVID-19...
Ont. government announces COVID-19 support and measures
Tags: Communities, Public Health, COVID-19
Domain: Culture
Level of government: Provincial/Territorial, Ontario
Tags: Culture
The Ontario government is doubling funding for the Black Youth Action Plan by investing an...
Ont. government invests in new opportunities for Black youth
Tags: Culture

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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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