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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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Digital Creation Studio

SpiderWebShow will develop the Digital Creation Studio, an online virtual room that will use the internet to connect performing artists from across Canada in an accessible and shared studio space. 

  • Organization

    SpiderWebShow

  • Funding Year

    2016


Dementia Talk App

The project involves the development of a mobile app and website that will guide caregivers of patients with Dimentia in the management and tracking of these behavioural symptoms enabling them to better identify possible triggers and patterns, as well as follow-up on their progress in managing the behaviour over time. 

  • Organization

    Sinai Health System- The Cyril & Dorothy Joel and Jill Reitman Centre for Alzheimer's Support and Training

  • Funding Year

    2016


The Lead Instructor Experience

The Lead Instructor Experience will benefit teachers (and youth) across the country by providing educators access and training so they are confident and equipped to deliver critical computer science learning experiences to youth coast to coast. 

  • Organization

    Ladies Learning Code

  • Funding Year

    2016


Digital Return of Canadian Inuit Knowledge: The Fifth Thule Expedition Atlas

The Kitikmeot Heritage Society (KHS) will develop an online version of the Fifth Thule Expedition Atlas optimized for Arctic bandwidth that: covers the Inuinnait and Caribou culture areas, allows users to view National Museum ethnographic collections, has evolved according to the advice of the people of Cambridge Bay and Kugluktuk, includes the contributions of Inuinnait Elders, and has a defined role in Nunavut secondary curricula.

  • Organization

    Kitikmeot Heritage Society

  • Funding Year

    2016


Code in the classroom- training teachers

With this project, Canadian teachers will be provided with free bilingual online training materials, coding projects that weave into the curriculum and guides so trained KCJ instructors can host workshops at Education Conferences and at Professional Development days for school boards and schools.

  • Organization

    Kids Code Jeunesse

  • Funding Year

    2016


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