|Opportunity Name||National Housing Strategy Longitudinal Outcomes Research Grants|
|Agency||Canada Mortgage and Housing Corporation (CMHC) and Social Sciences and Humanities Research Council (SSHRC)|
|Value||Up to $4,800,000|
|Duration||Up to 5 years|
|Notify faculty and SIRI of intention to apply||09-09-2022|
|Information webinar||09-13-2022, 1:00 – 2:00PM (Register)|
|Application due to SIRI for full review||11-07-2022|
|Application and fully signed ORS checklist due to FSc RO at email@example.com for mandatory review||11-15-2022|
|Final application and fully signed ORS checklist due to SIRI for mandatory review||11-21-2022|
|Application due at agency||11-22-2022|
CMHC’s National Housing Strategy Longitudinal Outcomes Research is a funding opportunity to support research and related activities that examines the:
- long-term health, socio-economic, and climate change outcomes of investments in affordable housing;
- links between housing, health, socio-economic, and environmental factors at the household and community levels.
The research may guide evidence-based decision making related to housing provision and the built environment.
This grant is for multi-disciplinary research teams to examine areas holistically, using gender-based analysis plus (GBA+) analytical lens. These teams would contain academic community members belonging to social sciences, life and natural sciences and engineering.
There are 2 categories of partnerships that can apply:
- Existing partnerships to foster new research and/or research-related partnership activities that are distinct from the partnership’s previous/ongoing partnership activities.
- New partnerships to foster new research and/or research-related partnership activities that are undertaken by partnerships in their initial stages.
Funding is awarded through open competitions. Proposals should involve multiple disciplines, thematic areas, approaches or subject areas eligible for this funding opportunity.
Applications must be submitted by an eligible Canadian post-secondary institution that meets the institutional eligibility requirements.
How to Apply
To signal your intent to apply and to book a one-on-one meeting, please contact Diana Frasca, Strategic and Institutional Research Initiatives (SIRI) Specialist, in the Office of Research Services, by e-mail (firstname.lastname@example.org).