Tides Canada Projects
Tides Canada’s shared platform is home to some of the most innovative social change projects in Canada, building solutions to a range of complex environmental and social challenges.
Promoting more informed and effective grantmaking to support healthy Arctic communities and ecosystems.
Supporting innovative projects and strategic collaboration that advance freshwater protection in British Columbia.
Promoting food sovereignty and democratic decision-making to protect the integrity of the environment, health, food, and the livelihoods of Canadians.
Community Resilience to Extreme Weather (CREW) explores ways of communicating and promoting community adaptation to the rapidly increasing risks and hazards of extreme weather and the public health impacts.
Strengthening the foundation of community-based digital literacy in the Northwest Territories.
Supporting community-based entrepreneurs to build sustainable businesses and livelihoods across Northern Canada.
Protecting marine and terrestrial wildlife on Canada’s North Pacific Coast.
Connecting knowledge and people across governments, First Nations, and marine sectors to build capacity for co-management and improve socio-ecological health in Howe Sound / Atl'ka7tsem.
Restoring Indigenous presence to Canadian communities by creating places that reflect and celebrate Indigenous identity, world views, and values.
Supporting young Indigenous people to have an active role in collaborating with leaders of British Columbia to facilitate positive change.
Advancing marine planning in British Columbia by supporting a collaborative, government-driven, and science-based process.
Realizing the Xeni Gwet’in and Yuneŝit’in community vision for Dasiqox Tribal Park.
Helping Northern Manitoban communities design local solution-oriented projects to address food insecurity and related issues.
Inspiring Torontonians to harvest, share, celebrate, and steward the bounty from urban orchards.
Supporting youth-led action-focused projects that benefit Indigenous youth and their communities.
Working to achieve the ambitious goal of all Canada’s waters in good health by 2030.
Supporting implementation of the Great Bear Rainforest Agreement Implementation Framework.
Bringing together young people with wealth and class privilege to become leaders working towards the equitable distribution of wealth, land, and power.
Stewarding a garden space for gathering to share Indigenous knowledges and growing traditional plant foods and medicines in community.
Guiding students from all backgrounds to drive social change.
Bringing together and educating Canadian pension fund savers, leaders, and influencers to minimize climate risks and tap opportunities in a low-carbon economy.
Investing time and money in a venture philanthropy model to positively impact the most pressing social challenges facing Toronto.
Connecting marginalized people to their community through the power of storytelling.
Connecting refugee newcomers and Canadians to build stronger, more integrated communities.