Funding Opportunities

Title Internal Deadline External Deadline Posted
SSHRC – Knowledge Synthesis 2015

Knowledge Synthesis Grants are not intended to support original research. Rather, they are intended to support the synthesis of existing research knowledge and the identification of knowledge gaps. This call is particularly focused on the state of research knowledge emerging over the past 10 years.

6 years 8 months ago
View Edit Canadian High Arctic Research Station – Full proposal deadlines update

The Canadian High Arctic Research Station’s (CHARS) pan-northern S&T program has launched its’ first call for Proposals. This first CFP’s will initiate elements of the CHARS program by requesting proposals that will: strengthen monitoring in northern Canada; and fill research gaps in northern regions of significant resource development. For the purposes of CHARS, Canada’s Arctic is defined as the lands and waters that lie north of the permafrost line.

6 years 9 months ago
Powering Agriculture: An Energy Grand Challenge for Development (PAEGC) Second Global Innovation Call

This call is seeking proposals for innovative technologies and business models at the intersection of clean energy and agriculture in developing countries. The PAEGC supports new and sustainable approaches to accelerate the development and deployment of Clean Energy Solutions that increase agriculture productivity and/or value in developing countries.

6 years 9 months ago
CIHR – Planning & Dissemination Grants

Planning and Dissemination Grants are intended to provide support for planning and/or dissemination activities consistent with the mandate of CIHR and relevant to CIHR Institutes, Initiatives, or the Chief Scientific Officer (CSO) Community Outreach Fund. CIHR integrates research through a unique interdisciplinary structure made up of 13 virtual Institutes.

6 years 9 months ago
CIHR – Operating Grant: Industry-Partnered Collaborative Research

The Industry-Partnered Collaborative Research Operating Grant program provides funding for collaborative research projects involving the academic community and Canadian industry partners sharing an interest in health R&D. The research planned should be beneficial to both parties, while improving the quality of health of Canadians. Projects may be initiated by either party; however, the academic researcher is responsible for applying for the grant.

6 years 9 months ago
CIHR – Environments, Genes and Chronic Disease


The CIHR Institute of Nutrition, Metabolism and Diabetes, Institute of Aging, Institute of Human Development, Child Youth and Health, and the Institute of Infection and Immunity in partnership with the Canadian Association of Gastroenterology, Crohn’s and Colitis Canada, Cystic Fibrosis Canada, the Heart and Stroke Foundation, and the Kidney Foundation of Canada.

6 years 9 months ago
CCSRI – Innovation to Impact Grants

These grants are intended to support the further development of successful findings based on the goals originally explored through a CCSRI Innovation Grant. This limited 2nd phase of funding is available to build upon significant findings from a successful Innovation Grant

6 years 9 months ago
CCSRI – Innovation Grant (1st Competition)

  The purpose of this funding initiative is to support unique, creative research ideas that will impact cancer. Although this grant program is primarily designed to support the biomedical, translational and clinical research communities, applications from all areas and disciplines of cancer research will be considered eligible for funding and will be evaluated based on a common set of criteria

6 years 9 months ago
CCSRI – Prevention Research Grants 2014

The goal of this grant program is to support and accelerate research and the application of new knowledge relevant to cancer prevention. Proposed projects must demonstrate a specific and defined potential for impact on cancer incidence, multidisciplinary collaboration is encouraged.

6 years 9 months ago
Nova Scotia Museum – Research Grants 2015

The NS Museum Research Grant Program annually contributes funding toward research projects that improve Nova Scotians' understanding of heritage or offer a different interpretation of the province's cultural history.

6 years 9 months ago