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Thank you for your interest in the First Nations and Métis Community Partnership Projects. Intake deadlines for the 2021-22 fiscal year have now passed.
Please check back in April 2022 for updated information.
The Government of Saskatchewan is committed to advancing reconciliation in partnership with First Nations and Métis people, as well as all Saskatchewan citizens.
Consider applying for a Community Partnership Project Grant if your group is partnering on an innovative project that fits into one of the following categories:
Under this grant, the Ministry of Government Relations' First Nations and Métis Relations Unit may award a maximum of $45,000 for qualifying projects.
You can apply for this grant if you are an authorized representative(s) of a Saskatchewan-based:
* Please note that non-profits must provide an incorporation number to confirm "active" status with Information Services Corporation (ISC) to be eligible to apply.
For additional details about how to apply, download this Community Partnership Project Grant fact sheet.
If you have questions about the Community Partnership Project Grant Program or the application process, email email@example.com or call the First Nation and Métis Relations Unit at 306-798-0183.
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