Canada Wide Grant Opportunities

Investing in Canadian Infrastructure (ICIP) applies to all Canadian municipalities.

Current Streams open for funding:

1. Landfill Decommissioning. Applications will be accepted until available funding is fully allocated.

The Canada Council for the Arts is investing $116.5 million in Supporting Arts and Live Events Workers in Response to COVID-19. The time has come to submit your projects. CC grants are organized into six programs.

1. Explore and Create: "Explore and Create funds Canadian artists, artistic groups and organizations committed to the creation and dissemination of innovative, vibrant and diverse art." 

2. Engage and Sustain: "Engage and Sustain fosters a vibrant foundation for the arts in Canada by supporting arts organizations at the heart of Canada's creative communities."

3. Creating, Knowing and Sharing: "This program supports Indigenous individuals, groups, Indigenous-led arts organizations and arts/cultural sector development organizations that foster a vital and resilient Indigenous arts ecosystem." 

4. Supporting Artistic Practice: "Supporting Artistic Practice encourages a dynamic support system for the arts in Canada by funding Canadian arts professionals, groups, and arts organizations who champion the Canadian arts sector, boost the capacity for artists to realize work and advance the conditions of creation."

5. Arts Across Canada: "Arts Across Canada fosters meaningful relationships and exchanges between artists and the Canadian public. Artists, arts professionals, groups and arts organizations can apply to present and share artistic work with diverse communities across the country, engage more deeply with the public and develop a stronger national profile."

6. Arts Abroad: "Arts Abroad celebrates the creativity, innovation and excellence of Canadian artists by helping to bring Canadian works to the world."

Source: SK Arts Board Newsletter,
Government of SK, Government of MB, Federation of Canadian Municipalities, Creative Saskatchewan, Co-operatives First, Canada Council for the Arts, Sask Music E-Release, South East District