Support for Algonquin Negotiation Fund (ALG), administered by the Ontario Ministry of Aboriginal Affairs
Grants to Ontario Algonquin Aboriginal communities to support costs related to their participation in land claim and land related negotiations. Funds will be provided for salaries and wages, honoraria, professional fees, mandatory employer related costs, negotiating team expenses, community meetings, administration costs, legal fees and travel, and other related expenses.
Funds are provided for specific costs related to the Algonquin Aboriginal rights claim negotiations and may not be used to support base operating costs of any of the participating communities. The funds may not be used to cover costs incurred prior to or after the time period identified in the transfer payment agreement. Funds are payable to the Algonquin Treaty Negotiations Funding Trust and not to specific individuals.
Eligible funding priorities include activities in all phases of the negotiation process related to a land claim or land-related negotiations with Ontario.
GrantWatch ID#: 159700
Availability of funding is subject to the annual appropriation of funds approved by the Ontario legislature.
Work must be completed within the fiscal year.
Before starting your grant application, please review the funding source's website listed below for updates/changes/addendums/conferences/LOIs.
For technical support including computer related issues please contact:
In Toronto: (416) 325-6691
Toll Free: 1-855-216-3090
For program specific enquiries please contact:
Ministry of Aboriginal Affairs
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