Interagency research funding
A statement from the presidents of Canada’s federal research granting agencies to support Ukrainian research trainees
The Canadian Institutes of Health Research (CIHR), the Natural Sciences and Engineering Research Council of Canada (NSERC) and the Social Sciences and Humanities Research Council of Canada (SSHRC) are federal granting agencies that support research, research training and innovation in Canadian postsecondary institutions. The Canada Foundation for Innovation (CFI) is a federally funded organization that enables this research, training and innovation through investments in state-of-the-art infrastructure. Working in close collaboration, CIHR, NSERC, SSHRC, and CFI invest in talented people, research excellence and infrastructure, and facilitate knowledge translation and mobilization to help foster a culture of social and commercial innovation.
- Selecting the appropriate federal granting agency
- Supporting graduate students and postdoctoral researchers
- Tri-Agency Grants Management Solution
- Safeguarding Your Research
Services and information
Find funding for students, faculty, institutions and collaborative research initiatives.
Find policies on open access, research ethics, data management and more.
Find information on post-award policies and guidelines containted in the Tri-Agency Guide on Financial Administration.
Find information about collaborative initiatives including the Canadian Common CV and Safeguarding Your Research.
Learn how the federal granting agencies are unrolling a modernized grants management system to better support applicants, administrators and reviewers.
Discover the principal funding opportunities offered by the four agencies, including agency-specific programs and ones that are jointly administered.
The CRCC advances coordination between the federal research funding agencies. Learn about its mandate, priorities, governance and activities.
Find out what the agencies are doing to support a more equitable, diverse and inclusive research community.
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