The applicant must provide an application that includes the purpose of the course as well as a course outline and a detailed budget of the costs.
An applicant must demonstrate that he/she has approached other Métis educational funding agencies prior to applying to CCDF. CCDF does not intend to duplicate the services of other Métis Nation agencies or affiliates.
Training must be through credible organizations that undertake to provide the appropriate training.
The training must be specific to business management and not technical training unrelated to the development of management and marketing skills.
CCDF only pays direct course costs such as tuition, workshop fees and books. Living costs are not included.
This funding is intended for short courses (degree and postgraduate studies are excluded).
Clarence Campeau Development Fund Receives $1.6M for Métis Entrepreneurship as Emergency Pandemic Support Saskatoon, Saskatchewan – The Clarence Campeau Development Fund (the Fund) and the Province of Saskatchewan (the [...]