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Women Canada: Immigrant Populations and Grassroots Organizations

women canada: The program is aimed at helping smaller, grassroots organizations that might not yet have the ability to tackle a major project, according to Toronto Star. Organizations have until March 1 to pitch a high-level concept to the government agency, which could then provide up to 30,000 to help the group develop a full proposal. Status of Women Canada says the money will go to developing services for survivors in Indigenous, LGBTQ and immigrant populations, as well as seniors, people living with disabilities, minority language communities and those in remote, rural and northern areas of Canada. If that proposal is chosen, Status of Women could give the organization up to 1 million in project funding for up to five years. Do you want to help shapethe Toronto Star's future Join our team of readers who are passionate about journalism and share your views. Article Continued Below The agency says the two-step process cuts down on the amount of paperwork required, giving smaller organizations a greater chance at success. ( As reported in the news.