Funders and Partners

We gratefully acknowledge our current and previous financial and in-kind support. Without it, this research would not be possible.

Current Funding
2021–2026: Social Sciences and Humanities Research Council Insight Grant 435-2021-0394 ($293,090)
This is a competitive academic grant made possible by the Government of Canada. It covers the basic costs of our work, such as polling. 

Moving forward, we will be seeking other funding, support, and collaborations to increase our human and financial resources so that we may increase our impact. We welcome any inquiries or suggestions!

Current In-Kind Support
2020–Present: Probe Research in-kind support
2016–2025: University of Manitoba, in the form of one 3-credit course teaching release for Dr. Starzyk
2015–Present: National Centre for Truth and Reconciliation in-kind support of NCTR staff, facilities, and Survivor guidance

Past Funding and Support
2023: National Centre for Truth and Reconciliation grant toward report writing ($10,000)
2022: Undergraduate Research Experience Award for both Sarah Petriw and Jessica Plett, University of Manitoba ($6,000 each)
2022–2023: Department of Psychology, University of Manitoba, Undergraduate Research Experience Award for Kyla Wiens ($7,000)
2021–2022: Psychology Undergraduate Research Experience Award for Jaden Dela Rosa, Department of Psychology, University of Manitoba ($6,000)
2020–2021: Mitacs Accelerate Industrial Fellowship in collaboration with Probe Research Inc. ($55,000)
2020–2021: Canada Research Continuity Emergency Fund ($10,164)
2019–2020: National Centre for Truth and Reconciliation Grant ($10,000)
2017–2021: Social Sciences and Humanities Research Council Insight Grant 435-2017-0754 ($192,430)
2015–2016: University of Manitoba University Research Grants Program ($7,116)

Insight Grant 435-2017-0754 and Insight Grant 435-2021-0394