In April 2012, as part of the cuts from the 2012 Budget, the government announced the elimination of the Women’s Health Contribution Program (WHCP), which funded six organizations, including RQASF, to conduct research on women’s health.
LEAF relied in part on the Court Challenges Program (CCP) to help fund legal challenges to discriminatory laws and practices.In 2006, when the CCP was cancelled, LEAF lost one of the main sources of funding that had helped it undertake many of these cases.
In April 2012, the Public Health Agency of Canada severely cut funding from the Federal Initiative to Address HIV/AIDS, turning down 16 out of 20 activities proposed by the Canadian HIV/AIDS Legal Network on the basis that it might produce resources that co
In its March 2012 budget, Canada’s federal government announced that it was cutting all funding for the First Nations Statistical Institute (FNSI). According to the budget, the FNSI will see its federal funding halved in 2012-2013 and then eliminated in 2013-2014.