Indigenous Arts


Historica Canada Learning Tools

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Videos of Visual Artists in Greater Sudbury

Brief Background: Directed by Dr. Kathy Browning, Faculty of Education, Laurentian University, this project interviewed 14 Indigenous, Francophone, and Anglophone artists in Greater Sudbury and Manitoulin Island about their art to support the new Ontario Ministry of Education: The Arts Guidelines, particularly Visual Arts. Artists were interviewed and videotaped in partnership with the Director of the Laurentian University Film Studio Dr. Hoi Cheu.

Windsor Endowment for the Arts - Elizabeth Havelock Grant


One grant is presented to foster and support the artistic excellence of the mid-career artist (7-15 years of art practice) in any artistic discipline.

In 2012, the Havelock family created this grant to celebrate the life and work of the late Windsor arts advocate and WEA supporter Elizabeth Havelock.

Grant Funding

The Elizabeth Havelock Grant in the Arts is awarded to support the professional and creative development of the mid-career artist (7-15 years of art practice) in any discipline. This grant may be used to:


Ontario Trillium Foundation Grow Grants

Grow grants support the delivery of evidence-based community projects 

Amount: From $50,000 to $250,000 per year
Term: 2 to 3 years

OTF funds local community projects that are evidence-based and drive at achieving greater impact in their community. The Grow Investment Stream focuses on three types of projects, which enable us to see positive change in our communities:


Ontario Trillium Foundation Seed Grants

Seed grants support projects that are designed to help you learn

Amount: From $10,000 to $100,000

Term: 6 or 12 months

Seed grants are all about trying something new or untested, where the outcomes are unknown. 

All projects need to be focused on seeding new ideas or approaches that will drive at achieving greater impact in their community. The Seed Investment Stream focuses on four types of projects, which enable us to see positive change in our communities.


Gulf & Fraser Donations, Sponsorships, & Bursaries

Gulf & Fraser Foundation

At Gulf & Fraser, we want to make a lasting positive difference in the community. Our foundation was formed to do just that, empowering local organizations with the funding to create an even greater community impact.

There are so many incredible community causes out there. To maximize the support we can offer, Gulf & Fraser focuses on three key areas:


Caisse de dépôt et placement du Québec - Request for donations or sponshorships

General framework

CDPQ’s philanthropic activity in Québec is based on its desire to provide relevant and lasting assistance by investing in the community. By offering financial support, in the form of a donation or a sponsorship, CDPQ takes an approach based on its vision of being a source of constructive capital built upon its fundamental values of ethics and rigour, and on the expertise of its teams.