Funding opportunities are available for First Nations and Aboriginal communities that wish to complete digitization and archival projects. These projects require equipment, resources, and time.
Browse the following grants and programs to find the right fit for your community’s needs.
Documentary Heritage Communities Program – Library and Archives Canada
Library and Archives Canada (LAC) provides $1.5 million each year to documentary heritage organizations across the country. This funding helps to ensure that Canada’s continuing memory is documented, preserved and accessible.
Yukon Council of Archives
The Yukon Council of Archives is a non-profit society committed to providing a network for archival cooperation throughout the Yukon and the rest of Canada. The council coordinates and facilitates professional development and archival educational opportunities and helps to promote the public’s understanding and use of archives.
BC History Digitization Program
The British Columbia History Digitization Program welcomes applications from private or public institutions and agencies that have the preservation of historical British Columbia materials as part of their mandate. This includes, but is not necessarily limited to, libraries, archives, museums, historical societies and post-secondary institutions.
The Program promotes increased access to British Columbia’s historical resources by providing matching funds to undertake digitization projects that will result in free online access to unique historical material from around the province.