The city is launching three calls for projects from non-profit organizations. The objective is to support projects that bring the host society and immigrants closer together and that contribute to the fight against discrimination and racism.
Would you like to take tangible action to promote diversity in Montréal and support dialogue around a fully inclusive city?
Learn about three calls for projects being funded through the three-year agreement between the city and the Ministère de l’Immigration, de la Francisation et de l’Intégration.
This program is for Montréal non-profit organizations that work in the areas of social development or intercultural relations and promote harmonious intercultural relations within the population.
This program offers financial assistance ranging from $5,000 to $20,000 per project.
2021-2024 Inclusive Montréal
Through this program, Montréal hopes to build a welcoming and inclusive city by supporting projects that bring the host society and immigrants closer together interculturally and that fight racism and discrimination on a citywide level.
This program offers financial assistance of at least $100,000 per project.
2021-2024 Priority Inclusion Zones
Ce programme s’adresse aux organismes montréalais à but non lucratif qui contribuent à rendre la ville plus accueillante et inclusive en réalisant des projets à l’échelle locale.
Projects must take place in one of six priority inclusion zones in the following eight boroughs:
- Anjou et Saint-Léonard
- Saint-Laurent et Pierrefonds-Roxboro
This program offers financial assistance of at least $50,000 per project.
Since Montréal was classified as a metropolis in 2017, it has played a growing role in the inclusion of racialized and immigrant Montrealers.
It aims to complement the work of its partners and develop projects that create more inclusive living environments for the entire population.
Since 2018, the city’s Bureau d’intégration des nouveaux arrivants (BINAM) has launched subsidy programs to support projects with considerable social significance for both members of the host society and immigrants.
These three programs jointly reinforce Montréal’s integration of immigrants.