Grant Details

Emergency Management Assistance Program

 
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    Funder Type

    Federal Government

    IT Classification

    B - Readily funds technology as part of an award

    Authority

    Indigenous Services Canada

    Summary

    Indigenous Services Canada's Emergency Management Assistance Program (EMAP) helps communities on reserve access emergency assistance services while being culturally sensitive, responsive to the unique strengths and customs of First Nations communities. The program also provides funding to provinces, territories and non-government organizations to support on-reserve emergency management. EMAP provides funding to First Nations communities so they can build resiliency, prepare for natural hazards and respond to them using the 4 pillars of emergency management:

    ·       Mitigation

    ·       Preparedness

    ·       Response

    ·       Recovery

     

    History of Funding

    None is available.

    Additional Information

    Project funding is available for First Nations-led emergency management preparedness and non-structural mitigation and FireSmart initiatives, such as: training opportunities, emergency management plan development and testing, tsunami preparedness, all hazard risk assessments, fire prevention and preparedness capacity building.


    The program partners with First Nations communities, tribal councils and organizations, provinces and territories, third party providers. Structural mitigation infrastructure projects are funded by the Capital Facilities Maintenance Program and the First Nations Infrastructure Fund.

    Contacts

    Patrick McQuarrie

    Patrick McQuarrie
    Indigenous Services
    320 St. Joseph St. East, Room 400, Bldg. CSQ
    Quebec City, Quebec, G1K9J2
    902-660-7116
     

  • Eligibility Details

    First Nation communities located on a reserve, lands set aside in Yukon and Northwest Territories and lands formerly defined as a reserve or lands set aside which now form part of modern treaty settlement lands are eligible. To receive funding under the EMAP, the emergency event must have impacted, or the proposed project must directly support, First Nations located on:

    • a reserve, as defined in s. 2 (1) of the Indian Act, R.S.C., 1985, c. I-5
    • lands set aside in Yukon as per Cabinet Directive (Circular No. 27) entitled Procedure for Reserving Land in the Yukon and Northwest Territories (1955)
    • lands formerly defined as a reserve or lands set aside which now form part of modern treaty settlement lands


    Deadline Details

    Applications are also accepted throughout the year.

    Award Details

    Project funding is available for training opportunities, emergency management plan development and testing, tsunami preparedness, all hazard risk assessments, and fire prevention and preparedness capacity building. Since 2005, funding has steadily increased in some years by more than five times the 2005 and 2006 amounts.


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