They will fund projects that aim to achieve at least one of the following objectives:
- Defining what high-quality Indigenous ELCC means to First Nations, Métis, and Inuit people. This could include:
- designing governance models that support Indigenous-led ELCC decision-making,
- testing different ways of developing partnerships, and
- designing ways to measure results and success.
- Finding ways to support ongoing education and training for IELCC leaders, management, and staff.
- Building and strengthening local IELCC licensing rules and procedures.
- Making tools and training that support IELCC staff who work with children with special needs.
- You can apply for up to $750,000;
- Projects can last up to 19 months, and can not extend past March 31, 2023.
You are one of the following types of recipients:
- Indigenous communities;
- Indigenous governments;
- Indigenous organizations.
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