The Aboriginal Bursaries Search Tool is a searchable list of more than 680 bursaries, scholarships and incentives across Canada.
Click on the name of the bursary to view more information about the award including a description, value, institution, deadline (if applicable) and contact information. You can filter the bursaries using the drop down menus.
British Columbia's forestry (woodlot), agriculture, agri-food and agri-products sectors can now access funding under the B.C. Agroforestry Industry Development Initiative (AIDI) to facilitate the development and adoption of agroforestry practices in B.C.
The Province is committed to support local government and First Nation communities to develop and share innovative energy solutions that reduce greenhouse gas emissions, improve energy efficiency and encourage the use of community-based clean energy sources. Communities can access numerous provincial programs and services which include:
Energy is a resource that every individual, community, business and government utilizes on a daily basis. However, choices with respect to energy production and its use are often based on short-term needs, rather than taking a holistic and sustainable look over longer timelines.
Welcome to the first information bulletin issued by
Coast Opportunity Funds (Coast Funds), in partnership
with ISIS at the Sauder School of Business. We would
also like to acknowledge the generous financial support
provided by The Nature Conservancy to complete this
work. We hope this inaugural bulletin is the first of many
The BC Capacity Initiative (BCCI) is a federal government initiative funded by Indian and Northern Affairs Canada (INAC).
The Mountain Equipment Co-op provides grants in various areas: Land Aquisition, Capacity Building, Research, Advocacy and Education, Access and Activity, and Urban Sustainability. The Vision of the MEC Community Contributions is: Canada will be home to the world’s most comprehensive network of parks and protected areas and sustains the world’s most outstanding outdoor pla
BCRRHRN has funds up to $2500 are available to researchers interested in hosting a research workshop that is tailored to conducting rural and/or remote health research in BC. The workshop format can range from a one hour lunch session to a half or full day intensive.