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    Congress 2024 - Child and Dependent Care Subsidy see more

    Congress 2024 - Child and Dependent Care Subsidy 

    The Federation is pleased to offer an award program to help offset the cost of child and dependent care for participants in Congress 2024. The Congress Child and Dependent Care Subsidy program consists of a reimbursement of up to $200 for eligible expenses. This program stems from the Federation’s commitment to creating a more accessible, equitable, inclusive, and decolonized Congress experience for all attendees.

    The CPA has been allocated a limited number of subsidies. Each subsidy consists of a reimbursement to the attendee for proven eligible expenses of up to $200 and will be disbursed in July 2024.

    Priority to be given to graduate students, early career researchers, and Congress participants that meet the registration category criteria of underemployed or unemployed attendee.


    Candidates must meet the following criteria:

    • Participation in Congress 2024 as a presenter, chair, moderator, or respondent;
    • Be members in good standing of the CPA;
    • Be registered for Congress 2024; and
    • Complete the following online application form by the application deadline.

    Congress 2024 - Child and Dependent Care Subsidy Application Form

    Application Deadline Extended - April 18, 2024


     March 28, 2024
  • Nissa Bell posted an article
    Congress 2024 CPA Student Travel Fund see more

    CPA Student Travel Fund - 2024 Annual Congress

    McGill University June 18 - 21, 2024


    The CPA will reimburse eligible Congress-related travel expenses with its limited Student Travel Fund.



    To be eligible for a reimbursement, the applicant must:

    • be a student member of the CPA for 2024; 
    • have paid the 2024 Congress registration fees; 
    • be participating in the 2024 CPA Programme, presenting either a Full paper or Abstract;
    • submit the online reimbursement application form by June 28, 2024. 

    The final amount reimbursed depends on the number of claims received. As available funds are limited, students are encouraged to first obtain funding from their own institution or other sources. Reimbursements from other sources must be subtracted from the amount of travel expenses being claimed from the CPA Student Travel Fund. Students belonging to more than one association cannot request the same travel expense reimbursement from multiple associations/sources.

    Only accommodation and transportation expenses are reimbursable: hotel, airline flights, train and bus fares, shuttles / taxis to and from airports, train / bus stations, car mileage allowance from home to Montreal and return.

    Original documents and/or copies of receipts must be presented to the CPA before the reimbursement request will be approved. This includes airline boarding passes, train and bus tickets, receipts for car rentals, etc. Scanned forms and documents and e-receipts will also be accepted.

    Steps for Submitting Your Travel Expenses Claim Request:

    1) Complete and submit the online CPA Student Travel Fund Reimbursement Request Form;
    2) Submit your original and/or scanned documents and receipts to the CPA by June 28, 2024.

    Submitting Documents and Receipts:

    1) Email documents to;

    2) In person at the CPA welcome desk during Congress (location will be indicated on program schedule). Do not leave any documents at the CPA desk if there is no one present at the desk;

    3) Mail documents to the CPA national office:
    The Canadian Philosophical Association
    PO Box 68 STN P
    Toronto ON M5S 2S6



     March 28, 2024
  • Jennifer Burns posted an article
    The CJP provides financial support for philosophical conferences held in Canada. see more


    The Canadian Journal of Philosophy provides financial support for philosophical conferences held in Canada. Over the last decade we have contributed almost $70,000 in this way, to a wide range of events. For 2022 we are broadening the scope, to also support pedagogical or other community-building initiatives meant to enhance philosophy in Canada. For more information, visit

     September 30, 2022