No Fixed Amount
Type of Program:
The Digital Literacy Exchange program is a non-repayable contribution program that supports not-for-profit organizations in the development and delivery of fundamental digital literacy skills training to Canadians who would benefit from increased participation in the digital economy. The proposed initiative must target under-represented groups in the digital economy.
Comments on Funding:
The level of funding will be contingent upon the assessment of the proposal and the availability of program funds.
Proposals may have included funding from other levels of government, private sector or non-profit partners, however, total funding from all federal, provincial/territorial and municipal sources cannot exceed 100% of eligible project costs.
When It Ends:
Closed for new applications
Dates for 2020 will be announced.
Applicant must be:
Other Things to Note:
The Digital Literacy Exchange Program is now closed for new applications.
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