A REPOSITORY OF FAMILY POLICIES AND PROGRAMS IN CANADA

Domain: Economy
Level of government: Provincial/Territorial, British Columbia
Tags: Employment, Family Finances, Minimum Wage
On June 1, 2021, the general minimum wage increases to $15.20 per hour in B.C. Read...
Minimum wage in B.C. surpasses $15/hour
Tags: Employment, Family Finances, Minimum Wage
Domain: Environment
Level of government: Provincial/Territorial, British Columbia
Tags: Students, Education, Disabilities, Accessibility
The B.C. government announces $250,000 in additional funding toward three programs that facilitate accessible education...
B.C. government announces new supports for students with disabilities to make education more accessible
Tags: Students, Education, Disabilities, Accessibility
Domain: Culture
Level of government: Federal, Ontario
Tags: Communities, Gender, Equality
The federal government announces funding of nearly $7.3 million for nine organizations advancing gender equality in...
Fed. government invests nearly $7.3M for organizations advancing gender equality in Ont.
Tags: Communities, Gender, Equality
Domain: Culture
Level of government: Provincial/Territorial, British Columbia
Tags: Disabilities, Support, Accessibility
The B.C. government announces $500,000 in new community grants aimed at supporting people with disabilities...
B.C. funding to support people with disabilities
Tags: Disabilities, Support, Accessibility
Domain: Care
Level of government: Provincial/Territorial, Ontario
Tags: Mental Health, Students
The Ontario government announces investment of $2.39 million to help improve mental health supports and...
Ont. government supports innovative mental health projects at post-secondary institutions
Tags: Mental Health, Students
Domain: Environment
Level of government: Federal, Newfoundland and Labrador
Tags: Family Finances, Housing
The federal and Newfoundland and Labrador governments announce cost-shared investment of $18.5 million in safe...
Fed. and N.L. governments announce $18.5M investment in social housing
Tags: Family Finances, Housing
Domain: Care
Level of government: Provincial/Territorial, British Columbia
Tags: Violence, Support
The Ending Violence Association of BC (EVA BC) receives an additional $10 million to assist...
More funding to support sexual assault survivors in B.C.
Tags: Violence, Support
Domain: Culture
Level of government: Provincial/Territorial, British Columbia
Tags: Diversity, Communities
In partnership with Resilience BC, the B.C. government is providing grants to four community conveners....
Funds to support new anti-racism initiatives in B.C.
Tags: Diversity, Communities

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