Funded projects under the 2021 EAF mid-sized projects component
Vivo For Healthier Generations Society – Calgary
The Vivo For Healthier Generations Society has received $981,513 in funding to renovate their existing facilities and create new amenities to address accessibility needs for persons with disabilities and employees, and to increase access to the various programming and services they offer to persons with disabilities.
City of Powell River – Powell River
The City of Powell River has received $455,408 in funding to revote their existing establishment to provide safe, inclusive, and barrier-free access for all community members, including persons with disabilities.
Rossland Historical Museum Association – Rossland
The Rossland Museum & Discovery Centre has received $484,126 in funding to renovate their facility and expand their building footprint to allow for safe, barrier-free access to exhibits and programming to persons with disabilities both as visitors and as volunteers. The project will create an inclusive space for visitors and volunteers with disabilities and increase participation of persons with disabilities in community programs and group tours.
Simon Fraser University – Burnaby
Simon Fraser University has received $363,452 in funding to renovate its Diamond Alumni Centre entrance to improve accessibility and facilitate access by persons with disabilities to the cultural events, programming and services offered at the facility.
Neeginan Centre Inc. – Winnipeg
The Neeginan Centre Inc., which supports Indigenous peoples, has received $543,321 in funding to renovate their existing establishment to increase building access for community members with disabilities and increase barrier-free access to their programs and services.
Crabbe Mountain – Central Hainesville
The Crabbe Mountain ski resort has received $640,876 in funding to renovate its existing facilities and create new amenities to address accessibility needs for guests and staff. This project will increase sport participation and enable the resort to help host the Alpine, Mogul and Para-Alpine events at the 2023 Canada Winter Games.
Tlicho Leagia Ts’iili Ko – Behchoko
Tlicho Leagia Ts’iili Ko has received $368,284 to renovate its existing Friendship Circle establishment to improve accessibility and safety features and increase access for persons with disabilities to participate in its programs, services and special events.
Connections An Early Years Family Centre Inc. – Windsor
Connections has received $657,653 in funding to renovate the exterior and interior main entrance area of its facility to provide full accessibility for persons with disabilities to various programs and services they offer.
Kayla’s Children Centre – Thornhill
Kayla’s Children Centre has received $1,000,000 in funding to construct a hydrotherapy centre to increase accessibility to safe, recreational and therapeutic aquatic programming and supports for children and youth with disabilities; provide a facility to allow for a year-round hydrotherapy programming that addresses the needs of children, youth and adults with a wide-range of disabilities; and support labour market integration for persons with disabilities by providing access to collaborative programs such as vocational and life skills training for persons with disabilities seeking employment.
McMaster University – Hamilton
McMaster University has received $1,000,000 in funding to renovate their existing Campus Services Building to enable barrier-free access for faculty, staff, students and visitors, including persons with disabilities. These renovations will help facilitate educational, training and employment opportunities for persons with disabilities.
University of Windsor – Windsor
The University of Windsor has received $722,800 in funding to renovate some of its existing facilities to enable access and free movement for faculty, staff, students and community members, including persons with disabilities. These renovations will help facilitate educational, training and employment opportunities for persons with disabilities.
Verity Community Church – Waterloo
Verity Community Church has received $897,456 in funding to renovate their existing establishment to provide safe, inclusive and barrier-free access to programs and services for the community, including persons with disabilities. These renovations will provide social integration and inclusion opportunities, as well as training and employment opportunities, to persons with disabilities.
Axia Services – Montréal
Axia Services has received $364,926 in funding to renovate its head office to make it more accessible for students, employees and interns, including those with disabilities. These renovations will help centralize activities to reduce barriers to participation, facilitate employment opportunities, and provide functional learning and workspaces for students and workers with disabilities.
Centre Philou – Montréal
Centre Philou has received $367,369 in funding to renovate their building to improve the accessibility and safety of persons with disabilities and improve participation in specialized development programs for children and young adults by improving access to physical and sensory stimulation rooms.
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