Benefits for Indigenous peoples
Information about benefits and programs for Indigenous peoples, including education and training, income assistance and more.
Services and information
Pays expenses for Aboriginal students or fellows to travel to Canada's Aboriginal communities to promote interest in the natural sciences and engineering.
Offers Aboriginal youth a one-year education and leadership experience through the Royal Military College of Canada.
Offers Aboriginal youth six weeks of military training with the option – but no commitment - to join the Canadian Forces.
Offers an introduction to military training, careers and lifestyle to Aboriginal people interested in the Canadian Forces.
Offers support to help ensure First Nations youth who are able to work have the support, skills and training required to gain employment.
Find out how you can receive a bursary if you are Métis or Non-Status Indian and wish to attend law school.
Provides coverage for a limited range of health-related goods and services to support First Nations people and Inuit.
Provides financial assistance towards mandatory repairs on eligible houses if you are a low-income homeowner who meets program criteria.
Provides financial assistance to Status Indians or recognized Inuit for a range of post-secondary programs.
Provides financial assistance to Status Indians or recognized Inuit for courses to achieve the academic requirements for admission into a post-secondary degree or diploma program.
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