Indigenous Languages Component

What is ILC?

Indigenous Languages Component (ILC) is a Canadian Heritage funding program administered by Mi’kmaw Kina’matnewey (MK) for Nova Scotia applicants. MK is responsible to oversee the management and administration of the ILC programming element in a fair, open and transparent manner that respects the ILC application requirements.

The goal of this program is to support community-based projects that contribute to the strengthening of Indigenous cultural identity as well as the preservation and revitalization of the Mi’kmaw language.

Four Streams...

There are four streams of ILC projects. Applicants can address one stream as their main focus of their activity or a combination of up to 3 project streams. The eligible project types are:

1

Community Based Language Projects

2

Mentor and Apprentice Program

3

Language Resource Development

4

Cultural Development

Documents & Deadlines

Deadline is December 16th, 2021