City Grants and Awards

The City of Beaconsfield will purchase advertisement space in Association Programs, Year Books, Guides or manuals. The purpose of this policy is to help associations publicize valuable information, cover costs and sometimes raise funds.

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The City of Beaconsfield will give financial support to young resident athletes who have won the privilege of competing in a Canadian Championship.   The purpose of the grant policy is to establish the basic principles and participation criteria by which Beaconsfield athletes participating in Canadian Championships are recognized financially.

A request for financial support to attend a Canadian Championship is available at the Culture and Leisure Department and must be presented to the Director of Culture and Leisure with complete information.      

Among the qualifications, athletes must be Beaconsfield residents, age 17 or under or, age 25 and under and a full time student.  
For more information, please contact Leisure Department at 514 428-4520 or email at loisirs@beaconsfield.ca

The City of Beaconsfield will provide financial support to Accredited Cultural Youth Groups that provide services to the community. Certain cultural groups catering to youth, provide valuable services otherwise not available. By providing financial assistance, the City enables the group to operate services that are economically accessible to local youth.

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The City of Beaconsfield will give financial support to young residents who travel to cultural events. The purpose of the grant policy is to establish the basic principles and participation criteria by which young Beaconsfield residents can attend major cultural events or gatherings.

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The City of Beaconsfield will officially recognize citizens who achieve athletic distinction and induct them into Beaconsfield Athlete’s Hall of Honour.  To recognize these athletes, a “Hall of Honour” has been established to provide a public display of the top achievements of our citizens based on set guidelines and subject to approval by the Culture and Leisure Department and Beaconsfield City Council.

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Many residents distinguish themselves through their contributions to the many aspects of community life such as the library, socio-cultural, sports and recreation, education, religion, commerce, health and welfare. The City of Beaconsfield will recognize the names of these residents who have made a significant contribution to community life, in an Honour Roll Book.

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Established in 1996 in memory of Reverend and Mrs. Frank Toope, these scholarships are intended to highlight the positive role young people play in our community. Nominated by local School Boards, the candidates must be residents of Beaconsfield who are graduating from a public high school with excellent academic results, while participating in student life as well as contributing through volunteerism to the community at large.

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