Grant Applicants can qualify to receive more than one grant. The money received is in a form of grants which is to financially help applicants for their post-secondary education.
A grant for low-income and middle-income students enrolled in a full-time undergraduate program at a designated post-secondary institution.
A grant for full-time students with dependent children and assessed financial need.
A grant for students with a permanent disability enrolled at a designated post-secondary institution.
A grant for students with a permanent disability to help pay for education-related costs.
A grant for part-time students with financial need who are enrolled at a designated post-secondary institution.
A grant for part-time students who qualify for a Canada Student Loan and have dependent children.
A grant for apprentices who have finished their first or second year/level of an apprenticeship program in a designated Red Seal trade.
A grant for registered apprentices who complete their apprenticeship training and get their journeyperson certification.
Financial assistance for Status Indians or recognized Inuit for courses needed to meet post-secondary admission requirements.
Financial assistance for Status Indians or recognized Inuit for a range of post-secondary programs.
A bursary for Métis or Non-Status Indians who want to go to law school.
A funding program for athletes who are training for world-class performances while working or in school.
A five-week intensive French-immersion bursary program for people with any skill level in French.
(source from https://www.canada.ca/en/services/benefits/education/grants.html )