22 urgent – and under-the-radar – highlights from Canada’s 2022 federal budget

This year’s federal budget is far more targeted than Canada’s ambitious COVID-19 budgets of 2020 and 2021.

Why It Matters

With 2022’s more reserved federal budget, social impact organizations will need to look carefully for program and funding opportunities.

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