Grant Name: Intergovernmental Cooperation in the area of Second Language Learning
Intergovernmental Cooperation in the area of Second Language Learning aims to help provincial and territorial governments, directly or through the Council of Ministers of Education, Canada (CMEC), provide the residents of each province/territory with the opportunity to learn English or French as a second language and with opportunities for cultural enrichment through knowledge of the cultures of the other official-language community.
Provincial and territorial governments and the Council of Ministers of Education, Canada.
Eligible expenditures include a portion of the costs incurred by the provinces and territories for support and administration activities for teaching English and French as second official languages, program development, training and development for teachers, student support and all other expenditures covered under federal-provincial/territorial agreements, including expenditures related to implementation of interprovincial/interterritorial or pan-Canadian projects undertaken by the provinces and territories or through CMEC or other recipients.
How to Apply?
Provincial and territorial governments that wish to apply under the Intergovernmental Cooperation sub-component for funding for second language learning should call the Official Languages Branch of the Department of Canadian Heritage.
Funds are paid under a contribution agreement that specifies the reporting requirements and the terms and conditions of payment.
The Department will assume no responsibility for any contractual commitments entered into by the Applicant prior to confirmation of financial support from the Department.
Department of Canadian Heritage
Official Languages Support Programs
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