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FAMILY empowerment scholarship.

The hope scholarship.

It’s a pretty good name for a scholarship.

And it’s the kind of scholarship that, for a moment, makes sense.

For most families in Canada, it’s pretty hard to imagine that anyone has ever had the luxury of earning a family empowerment diploma, or that a child of a single parent can expect to attend school.

And yet, that’s exactly what’s happening in many rural communities.

In fact, in a province where only about 30 per cent of children graduate from primary school, that percentage is much higher than the rest of the country.

And while there are plenty of scholarships for families, the ones that work are very hard to find.

And for many, that accessibility comes with some very significant financial and logistical challenges.

The Family Empowerments Scholarship is a $1.9 million grant that, if awarded, would enable children to attend a high-performing school that is in one of six regions in Canada.

The aim of the program is to empower kids to be a part of their community, while also enabling them to achieve self-sufficiency and financial independence.

And, like many of Canada’s programs, the Family Empowers Scholarship offers a number of perks for recipients.

Those include:For starters, it includes:The award will also include:The Family Enrichment Scholarship is part of a $9 million program to encourage families to invest in their own lives.

The program has also been named one of the top 10 ways to get started with entrepreneurship.

For a total of $1 million, the recipients of the Family Enlivenment Scholarship will be able to:Be a part-time businesspersonInvest in a career in a new industryGet a degree that is recognised by a recognized organizationInvest in an area that is of particular interest to themThe program is being offered by the Family Employment Partnership, a nonprofit group that promotes entrepreneurship and entrepreneurship-related training.

It will be funded by the provincial government.

But what exactly does that mean for families in remote communities?

Well, it will be very difficult for many to qualify for the Family Entrepreneurship Scholarship, which is a full-time job and a significant amount of income.

But the Family Eloquence Scholarship will enable recipients to become entrepreneurs through their own efforts.

And that, in turn, will enable them to earn significant income and financial security, according to the group’s director of partnerships, Michelle Beers.

The first recipients will be awarded the Family Education Enlightment Scholarship in September.

And the program will expand to all families in the program by 2021.

But the Family Enterprise Scholarship is even more ambitious.

The grant will enable families to start their own businesses, which will then be supported by the Ontario government.

For each child who is eligible for the program, the recipient will also receive a $500 grant, which can be used for:Business expenses such as office supplies, computers, software, marketing, research, and moreFor each of those funds, the family will also be eligible for:For each additional child, the grant will be increased by $100, which also can be invested into a business, such as an insurance company or an art gallery.

The recipients will receive an annual $15,000 stipend, which the Family Excellence Scholarship provides.

The award is expected to be fully funded by 2021, while the grants will be made permanent in 2021.

As well, the awards will also provide an additional $3,000 to every eligible recipient for each additional eligible child who completes the program.

As an additional perk, the grants are also designed to help students who want to continue in their field of study or who want a career change.

The awards will cover the cost of a bachelor’s degree or certificate or professional certification, and they will also cover the costs of:For example, if a recipient chooses to continue his or her career in education, the child will also need to cover the tuition fees, the cost for the education itself, and the cost to apply for the Canadian Experience Scholarship.

And, the award will help to cover other student fees, such the cost per unit of study.

The winners will also have the option of transferring the funds to their parents, and it will also allow them to access a number in-kind services, such transportation and childcare.

The family-oriented nature of the award means that it will provide immediate financial support to the recipients, who will also not have to work for it.

So the program can be a real help to families that struggle to make ends meet.

“We are really excited about this program and want to give the families of the community a chance to work hard and make a positive impact on their communities,” said Linda Leibman, president of the Ontario Association of Small Businesses.

“We are proud that the Ontario Government is supporting this program that has been created to give children the opportunity to achieve financial independence, to work on their