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SSHRC and the NCTR announce the results of the Reconciliation Network in Response to Call to Action 65 (RN CTA-65) funding opportunity


The Social Sciences and Humanities Research Council (SSHRC) and the National Centre for Truth and Reconciliation (NCTR) have announced an investment of approximately $6 million over five years to support six partnership grants through the Reconciliation Network in Response to Call to Action 65 (RN CTA-65) to advance our collective understanding of reconciliation.

This unique opportunity, launched in November 2022, supports the establishment of a national research program where the funded recipients will participate in activities managed by the NCTR, in its role as coordination hub for the Reconciliation Network. The focus of the six funded projects ranges from amplifying Indigenous stories to locating and commemorating residential school burial landscapes, and will play a crucial role in advancing Indigenous research, research training and knowledge mobilization in the social sciences and humanities across Canada.

Details on the recipients can be found here.

Quick facts

  • In February 2022, SSHRC and the NCTR announced their official partnership with the NCTR
  • SSHRC has long been committed to supporting research by and with First Nations, Inuit and Métis Peoples and supports Indigenous research and research training across all its funding opportunities. For more information visit: SSHRC Indigenous Research.

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