Cultural Spaces in Indigenous Communities Program – Accepting Applications
The Cultural Spaces in Indigenous Communities Program is a new contribution program that supports Indigenous communities in re-establishing and revitalizing cultural spaces. Eligible applicants are encouraged to submit proposals for the construction or revitalization of spaces that support cultural activities within their communities. These spaces aim to support self-determination, increase safety and promote Indigenous ways of knowing, doing and being.
Eligible projects and initiatives include the construction or revitalization of spaces that support cultural activities within their communities. Establishing new cultural spaces includes any costs related to acquiring permits, construction plans, feasibility studies and acquisition of raw materials and personnel. The revitalization of existing cultural spaces includes renovations or retrofits of existing cultural spaces to enhance its quality and accessibility. Applicants must demonstrate how the proposed project creates or promotes opportunities for girls, women or 2SLGBTQQIA+ people to access their culture and language.
Who can apply: First Nations, Métis and Inuit section 35 rights-bearing groups; Indigenous groups with a signed self-government agreement or modern treaty; any corporation, foundation, association or other type of organization identified by an eligible recipient, to act as their agent or representative
Deadline: The deadline to apply is December 1, 2021.
For more information, see: https://www.rcaanc-cirnac.gc.ca/eng/1628786076040/1628786094489