"Post-secondary school is a privilege for me, and the NIB Trust Fund has helped me to accomplish my short-term goal of becoming a registered nurse while maintaining the quality of life for myself and my children." - A. Rosenberger

The Group/Organization Call for Applications is Closed

The NIB Trust Fund (NIBTF) launches the 2022-2023 Call for Applications from Groups/Organizations for programs aimed at education, healing and reconciliation, training certification, and cultural and traditional knowledge building.

The NIB Trust Fund Releases the Groups/Organization How to Apply Toolkit

The toolkit will help applicants understand the format of the application, provide insightful tips, and provide group applicants with a general outline of what to expect when applying to the NIB Trust Fund 2022-2023 Call for Applications.

The NIB Trust Fund Approves $4.46 Million to Individual Beneficiaries

The NIB Trust Fund approves $4.46 Million for the 2021-2022 year for culture, language, and education opportunities.

Continuing our Journey

NIB Trust Fund provides resources to create opportunities that improve the quality of life for First Nations and Métis in Canada. These are some of our stories.

At Coyote Pride, they believe that mentoring preserves a way of life based on spirituality, sacredness, reciprocity, education, and social responsibility. With the integration of cultural pride, it preserves and protects the health and well-being of the youth.  Through these mentoring sessions youth received the opportunity to learn different tribal regions, language lessons in Cree, and storytelling/legends within eight (8) different schools in the Edmonton region.

Bent Arrow Traditional Healing Society

“In these unique and difficult times my heart is full knowing I can pursue my education goals with this kind of support“.

Justin Langan

A film documenting Rapid Word Collection, a language curation methodology with the Haisla community of Kitamaat, BC and the First Nations Education Foundation.

First Nations Education Foundation and Haisla Nation Council

Located in the northwest region of Winnipeg, the Seven Oaks School Division runs the Ojibwe Bilingual Language Program. The program is a NIB Trust Fund multi-year beneficiary and has been supported by the Trust Fund since 2017.

Seven Oaks District School Board

Amanda aspires to work for our Nations and create change to build a better future for all Indigenous peoples and communities so adversely impacted by laws and policies that are not our own.

Amanda Sault

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