Indigenous-Led Data Research Projects: funding recipients 2021 to 2022

During the winter of 2021 to 2022, 19 innovative data research projects, led by Indigenous people, were approved as part of the Indigenous-Led Data Research Projects Program. These projects aim to support innovative Indigenous-led approaches to improving data methodologies specific to missing and murdered Indigenous women, girls and 2SLGBTQQIA+ people. The projects have a cap of $50,000 per year, and several projects are funded over multiple years. The selected projects will:

All projects will ultimately work to improve existing data and expand data related to the safety of missing and murdered Indigenous women, girls and 2SLGBTQQIA+ people.

Region Funding recipient Funding total
Alberta Alberta First Nations Information Governance Centre $50,000.00
Atlantic Wabanaki Two Spirit Alliance $200,000.00
British Columbia Carrier Sekani Family Services $50,000.00
British Columbia First Nations Health Authority $50,000.00
British Columbia Okanagan Nation Alliance $100,000.00
Manitoba Manitoba Inuit Association $250,000.00
Manitoba Manitoba Keewatinowi Okimakanak Inc. $50,000.00
National Congress of Aboriginal Peoples $49,450.00
National Les Femmes Michif Otipemisiwak $250,000.00
National Native Women's Association of Canada $49,967.00
National The National Association of Friendship Centres $300,000.00
Northwest Territories Inuvialuit Regional Corporation $50,000.00
Ontario Grand Council Treaty # 3 $50,000.00
Ontario Nishnawbe Aski Nation $100,000.00
Ontario Ontario Federation of Indigenous Friendship Centres (2 projects) $500,000.00
Ontario Ontario Native Women's Association (2 projects) $125,000.00
Ontario Union of Ontario Indians / Anishinabek Nation $50,000.00
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