There were a number of funding resources available for Canada’s 150th, including:

  • Canada 150 (Signature) – Pan-Canadian Signature projects funded by the Government of Canada that were large-scale, participation-oriented activities, of national scope and with high impact. These projects brought Canadians together to celebrate, participate in events and share experiences. Learn more.

  • Canada 150 (Community) – Community-driven projects funded by the Government of Canada included festivals, youth exchanges and forums, cultural projects and works of art. Learn more.

  • Community Fund for Canada’s 150th – Local projects funded by community foundations and the Government of Canada that encouraged participation, inspired understanding, and built vibrant and healthy communities. Learn more.

  • And many other opportunities from the private, public and philanthropic sectors.

Our new Alliance 2030 platform will share funding opportunities around a variety of issues, including the 17 UN Sustainable Development Goals and the Canada 150 priority areas of youth, reconciliation, inclusion and diversity, and environment.

Please contact us if you have an opportunity to share.