Aboriginal Justice Strategy - The Community-Based Justice Fund

Program Summary

Objectives of the AJS:

  • To contribute to a decrease in the rates of victimization, crime and incarceration among Aboriginal people in communities with AJS programs
  • To assist Aboriginal people in assuming greater responsibility for the administration of justice in their communities
  • To provide better and more timely information about community-based justice programs funded by the AJS
  • To reflect and include Aboriginal values within the justice system.

Eligible Recipients

  • First Nations, bands, Tribal Councils, local, regional and national Aboriginal organizations;
  • regional/municipal governments including their agencies and institutions;
  • non-profit community organizations, societies, and associations which have voluntarily associated themselves for a non-profit purpose; and,
  • provincial and territorial governments (in the case of flow-through agreements).

Application Deadline

There is no call for proposal process for this program stream. If you are interested in discussing a funding proposal, we encourage you to contact a Regional Coordinator in your jurisdiction.

Contact Information

123-2nd Avenue South, 10th Floor
Saskatoon, Saskatchewan S7K 7E6
F: 306.975.5116