Distribution of Applications and Selected Projects

342 Applications Received

Applications came from all regions of Canada and their ideas cover a range of new ways to respond to Indigenous social and housing needs.

A. By region

indigenous homes innovation initiative selected applications map by region
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    Geographic Representation

    Map of Canada that shows the number of applications received for the Indigenous Homes Innovation Initiative by region.

    • 6 Yukon Territory
    • 8 Northwest Territories
    • 4 Nunavut
    • 66 British Columbia
    • 52 Alberta
    • 50 Saskatchewan
    • 37 Manitoba
    • 83 Ontario
    • 21 Quebec
    • 15 Atlantic

B. By Indigenous group

  • 255 First Nation
  • 7 Inuit
  • 18 Métis
  • 62 More than one group

C. Focus areas for applicant's projects

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    Focus Areas of Applications Received

    This circle graph shows the number of applications received in each of five focus areas:

    • 119 Support for vulnerable populations
    • 75 Using the home for empowerment, capacity building and support for local businesses
    • 53 Energy independence and efficiency
    • 46 Traditional First Nation, Inuit or Métis Nation building styles and techniques
    • 32 Safety, security, and accessibility
    • 17 Culturally inspired urban spaces for First Nations, Inuit and Métis Nation people
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    Support for vulnerable populations
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    Using the home for empowerment, capacity building and support for local businesses
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    Energy independence and efficiency
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    Traditional First Nation, Inuit or Métis Nation building styles and techniques
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    Safety, security, and accessibility
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    Culturally-inspired urban spaces for First Nation, Inuit and Métis Nation people

24 applications selected for the Accelerator period

During the Accelerator period, the 24 selected Indigenous innovators will spend up to 18 months working with experts on refining their ideas. Innovators that successfully complete the Accelerator period and develop their ideas into fully implementable proposals will move to the second-stage screening.

A. By region

indigenous homes innovation initiative selected applications map by region
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    Geographic Representation

    Map of Canada that shows the number of applications selected for the Indigenous Homes Innovation Initiative by region.

    • 1 Yukon Territory
    • 1 Northwest Territories
    • 1 Nunavut
    • 4 British Columbia
    • 3 Alberta
    • 3 Saskatchewan
    • 3 Manitoba
    • 5 Ontario
    • 2 Quebec
    • 1 Atlantic

B. By Indigenous group

  • 12 First Nation
  • Inuit
  • Métis
  • More than one group

C. Focus areas for applicant's projects

indigenous homes innovation initiative pattern
  • Text version

    Focus Areas of Selected Applications

    This circle graph shows the number of applications selected in each of five focus areas:

    • 10 Support for vulnerable populations
    • 7 Using the home for empowerment, capacity building and support for local businesses
    • 3 Energy independence and efficiency
    • 2 Traditional First Nation, Inuit or Métis Nation building styles and techniques
    • 2 Culturally inspired urban spaces for First Nations, Inuit and Métis Nation people
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    Support for vulnerable populations
  •  
    Using the home for empowerment, capacity building and support for local businesses
  •  
    Energy independence and efficiency
  •  
    Traditional First Nation, Inuit or Métis Nation building styles and techniques
  •  
    Culturally-inspired urban spaces for First Nation, Inuit and Métis Nation people