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Submission Deadline: 
March 1, 2011

$281,600 over 36 months

To equip a new community facility and to enhance programming for children, youth and adults in the Chester Le community of Scarborough. Residents will participate in community events, a youth drop-in, after-school programs, parenting programs and workshops on food security and healthy relationships.

Submission Deadline: 
July 1, 2011

$110,100 over 36 months

To hire a part-time manager and administrative assistant to help this performance collective capitalize on its current success, increase revenue streams, strengthen ties to the Toronto community and continue to build relationships for its future sustainability.

Submission Deadline: 
March 1, 2014

$70,200 over 12 months

To expand the Heart Wise Exercise program, which uses a network of community partners in Toronto to deliver safe, affordable and effective community-based exercise programs for people wishing to prevent or manage chronic health conditions. Funds will be used to train 50 additional fitness leaders, implement an on-line training model to complement in-person sessions, and certify 10 new participating facilities.

Submission Deadline: 
March 1, 2014

$96,400 over 24 months

To hire staff to develop new multi-arts programming for youth, students and community members during the annual Beaches Jazz Festival in east Toronto. The expanded activities will include a youth arts exhibit, a mural program involving local schools, a volunteer program for high school students and two on-site workshops for the general public.

Submission Deadline: 
March 1, 2014

$173,700 over 36 months

To develop and implement a structured age-friendly Wheel and Walk Mall Program in 20 enclosed malls in the city of Toronto. Trained leaders will offer a free morning program to 40 participants each week before the mall stores open for business.

Submission Deadline: 
March 1, 2014

$15,000 over 12 months

To purchase new computers and editing software and upgrade the computer server to properly receive, catalog and store the video and new media submissions from Indigenous artists.The Centre's imagineNATIVE Film + Media Arts Festival is a five-day festival in Toronto and an annual tour that takes selected programming to remote Indigenous communities across Ontario and broadens the artistic and cultural expressions of Indigenous filmmakers and media artists.

Submission Deadline: 
March 1, 2014

$150,000 over 12 months

To create a business incubator and centre of excellence for young black entrepreneurs in downtown Toronto. This new facility will provide participants with learning opportunities and help them build their communities. Funds will be used for renovation costs.

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