Actualités - Financement

  • Governments of Canada and Nova Scotia provide more than $1.3 million to Université Sainte-Anne

    Church Point, NS, August 11, 2022 - The Government of Canada is helping official-language minority communities access quality education in their own language, from early childhood to the post-secondary level.

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  • Investing in upgraded recreation infrastructure at Université Sainte-Anne for students and residents

    Clare, Nova Scotia, July 15, 2021—The Government of Canada recognizes the different ways that the COVID-19 pandemic has impacted small and rural communities across Nova Scotia. That’s why it’s continuing to make strategic investments in infrastructure that meet the unique and specific needs of these communities across the province.

    Together, federal, provincial, and local governments are taking decisive action to support families, businesses, and communities, and continue to look ahead to see what more can be done as Canada begins to recover from the impacts of the pandemic.

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  • Modernizing the University Community's Learning Spaces

    The Government of Canada Invests in Improving the Church Point Campus' Infrastructure and Learning Spaces

    Church Point (NS), on31 August 2020 – MP René Arsenault, Parliamentary Secretary to the Minister of Economic Development and Official Languages (Atlantic Canada Opportunities Agency and Official Languages) today announced a contribution of $579,000 to support the modernization of learning spaces and technological infrastructure related to Université Sainte-Anne's Church Point campus. Université Sainte-Anne is matching this contribution in the amount of $616,000, for a total investment of $1.2 million in the project. The province of Nova Scotia also provides an important ongoing support that allows for the development of quality programs and innovative projects.

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  • Professor Caroline Fitzpatrick awarded a $150,000 research grant to study the effects of media use on preschool-age children in Nova Scotia

    Church Point (NS), July 22, 2019Caroline Fitzpatrick, Assistant Professor in the Social Sciences Department at Université Sainte-Anne and affiliate researcher at Concordia University’s PERFORM Centre has received a grant from Research Nova Scotia. This funding, which represents $150,000 over 3 years, will allow her to conduct research on the effects of screen time on preschool-aged children in Nova Scotia.

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  • The Governments of Canada and Nova Scotia Announce Funding to Support Nova Scotia's Francophone University Community

    CHURCH POINT, Nova Scotia, July 10, 2019

    Our two official languages are at the heart of Canadian identity, and are powerful tools for the inclusion and integration of diversity into our society. The Government of Canada is committed to supporting the development of official-language minority communities and promoting bilingualism across the country.

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  • Université Sainte-Anne awarded funds for implementation of a research winery

    Church Point (NS), March 5, 2019 - Université Sainte-Anne is excited to announce that the Research Nova Scotia Trust is awarding $295,205 in funding to professors Karine Pedneault and Gustavo Leite. This funding will build the spaces and physical resources required to conduct the research activities planned in the Agriculture and Agri-Food Canada's AgriScience Program project announced last summer.

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  • Université Sainte-Anne Positions Itself as a Player in the Agri-Food Sector with a Nearly $1M Investment

    Church Point (NS), September 13, 2018 – Université Sainte-Anne is pleased to announce that Professor Karine Pedneault has received a grant worth nearly 1 million dollars, as part of Agriculture and Agri-Food Canada's AgriScience Program. This funding, spread out over 5 years, will enable Université Sainte-Anne to play a key role in vinicultural research specifically aimed at achieving better knowledge of terroirs and grape varieties in Eastern Canada.

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  • Supporting the Development of Nova Scotia’s Francophone Community

    Church Point, Nova Scotia, April 27, 2017 - Colin Fraser, Member of Parliament (West Nova), on behalf of the Honourable Mélanie Joly, Minister of Canadian Heritage, today announced the Government of Canada’s participation in the modernization of the Louis R. Comeau Library at Université Sainte-Anne in Nova Scotia.

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  • Université Sainte-Anne Looks to an Expanded, Green Future

    Government of Canada supports campus development at Nova Scotia’s Acadian university

    October 27, 2016 – Church Point, NS – Atlantic Canada Opportunities Agency

    Colin Fraser, Member of Parliament for West Nova, today announced a $27,000 non-repayable investment to enable Université Sainte-Anne to engage a team of consultants to create an infrastructure development plan. The objective of the plan is to successfully merge new and existing offerings in the Louis R. Comeau building and the sports complex on Université Sainte-Anne's Church Point campus. The announcement was made on behalf of the Honourable Navdeep Bains, Minister of Innovation, Science and Economic Development and Minister responsible for the Atlantic Canada Opportunities Agency (ACOA).

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  • The Government of Canada announces funding for an Odysée Monument on the Université Sainte-Anne campus

    July 28, 2015 – Church Point, Nova Scotia – The Government of Canada is providing $31,500 to the Société Acadienne de Clare for a monument called Odyssée acadienne de la baie Sainte-Marie and six interpretive plaques to mark the 125th anniversary of Université Sainte-Anne. This funding is being provided under the Building Communities Through Arts and Heritage program.

    Greg Kerr, Member of Parliament (West Nova), announced the funding today on behalf of the Honourable Shelly Glover, Minister of Canadian Heritage and Official Languages.

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