Kanishka Project Contribution Program
The Kanishka Project Contribution Program, managed by Public Safety Canada, supports direct engagement with researchers. Over the five-year life of the Kanishka Project, approximately $2.5M will be available to researchers from a wide variety of disciplines to support a range of activities, including research, workshops, and publications.
Consult the Terms and Conditions of the Kanishka Project Contribution Program for the full scope of the Program.
To obtain an application form or for more information about this program, contact us.
Social Sciences and Humanities Research Council
Other grants are available through an innovative partnership between Public Safety Canada and the Social Sciences and Humanities Research Council (SSHRC), through the following SSHRC grant funding opportunities:
Over the five-year life of the project, up to $3.7M will be dedicated to the Insight Development and Insight Grants and to the Partnership Development and Partnership Grants funding opportunities.
Contact us early to exchange ideas prior to submitting research proposals.
In addition to the formal funding mechanisms above, Public Safety Canada will fund selected activities to support the exchange of information and ideas, and the dissemination of research, such as conferences, workshops, and publications. For more information about funding this type of work, contact us.
Other relevant opportunities