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Through CIRA’s Community Investment Program, we have supported 102 innovative projects across Canada for a total of $4.2 million.

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CIP Projects

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Online game: Learning and Loving to Read

Creation of an online game for learning to read and to comprehend text and the grammar of sentences.

  • Organization

    Alloprof

  • Funding Year

    2017


No Wrong Door: building effective online settlement services for newcomers to Canada

Provide accessible online service channels, human service organizations can expand their service offerings and reach, particularly with newcomers who currently do not access support that requires a face-to-face interaction. 

  • Organization

    Ottawa Community Immigrant Services Organization (OCISO)

  • Funding Year

    2017


Improving meta-cognitive skills of Canadians through a community-based educational online game

Athabasca University’s School of Computing and Information Systems will improve the critical thinking, problem solving and innovation skills in Canadians through a community-based, educational, online game that allows users to play against each other in a set of sub games, each focusing on improving these skills. 

  • Organization

    Athabasca University, School of Computing and Information Systems

  • Funding Year

    2017


Digital Access Day: Connecting all Canadians

National Capital FreeNet will organize the first-annual Canadian Digital Access Day, bringing together non-governmental organizations, different levels of government, educational institutions and the technology sector to amplify the national conversation around Canada’s digital divide. 

  • Organization

    National Capital FreeNet

  • Funding Year

    2017


B.C. Treaty 8 Tribal Association and Mackenzie DataStream

Mackenzie DataStream addresses a universal need among communities — to organize and disseminate water data – and does so at a much lower cost than if communities were to address this independently. 

  • Organization

    The Gordon Foundation

  • Funding Year

    2017


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