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  1. Offers summer day camps for youth ages 9-14 years.  Includes activities such as: Music Arts and crafts ROPES course Rock climbing Sports and activities Lunch and snacks provided
  2. Autism FundingProvided by: Government of Prince Edward Island - Department of Education and Lifelong Learning - AKA: Formerly Department of Education, Early Learning and Culture
    Funding is available to help parents of children with Autism Spectrum Disorders pay for specific services related to their child's support and education. Includes: Early Years/Preschool Funding: Available for parents of children receiving Intensive Behavioural...
  3. Awards and ScholarshipsProvided by: ResourceAbilities - AKA: Formerly PEI Council of People with Disabilities; Formerly PEICOD
    Provides two types of awards and scholarships: Foundation Award: Awards of up to $500 annually toward costs for items that increase the participation and inclusion of children with disabilities in Island life Memorial Scholarship: Scholarships of up to $500 to...
  4. Issues a tax-free monthly payment to eligible families to help them with the cost of raising children under age 18. The CCB might include the child disability benefit and any related provincial and territorial programs.CCB payments can begin the month after yo...
  5. Canada Learning BondProvided by: Government of Canada - Service Canada - AKA: Employment and Social Development Canada; Human Resources and Skills Development
    The Government of Canada contributes up to $2000 to a Registered Education Savings Plan (RESP) for children from low income families to help pay for the costs of a child's full- or part-time studies after high school.No personal contributions to an RESP are re...
  6. Canada Learning BondProvided by: Government of Canada - Service Canada - AKA: Employment and Social Development Canada; Human Resources and Skills Development
    The Government of Canada contributes up to $2000 to a Registered Education Savings Plan (RESP) for children from low income families to help pay for the costs of a child's full- or part-time studies after high school.No personal contributions to an RESP are re...
  7. Canada Learning BondProvided by: Government of Canada - Service Canada - AKA: Employment and Social Development Canada; Human Resources and Skills Development
    The Government of Canada contributes up to $2000 to a Registered Education Savings Plan (RESP) for children from low income families to help pay for the costs of a child's full- or part-time studies after high school.No personal contributions to an RESP are re...
  8. Canada Learning BondProvided by: Government of Canada - Service Canada - AKA: Employment and Social Development Canada; Human Resources and Skills Development
    The Government of Canada contributes up to $2000 to a Registered Education Savings Plan (RESP) for children from low income families to help pay for the costs of a child's full- or part-time studies after high school.No personal contributions to an RESP are re...
  9. Canada Learning BondProvided by: Government of Canada - Service Canada - AKA: Employment and Social Development Canada; Human Resources and Skills Development
    The Government of Canada contributes up to $2000 to a Registered Education Savings Plan (RESP) for children from low income families to help pay for the costs of a child's full- or part-time studies after high school.No personal contributions to an RESP are re...
  10. Canada Learning BondProvided by: Government of Canada - Service Canada - AKA: Employment and Social Development Canada; Human Resources and Skills Development
    The Government of Canada contributes up to $2000 to a Registered Education Savings Plan (RESP) for children from low income families to help pay for the costs of a child's full- or part-time studies after high school.No personal contributions to an RESP are re...
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