About Stakeholders

"For the purposes of the MCRI program, stakeholders are defined as groups of individuals, policy makers and organizations interested in the critical issues and research results of your proposal. Do not include partners in this list."

AIRS needs to continue to identify stakeholders – those groups who will benefit from AIRS, directly or indirectly, but which do not contribute financially.  We are allowed to list two pages of stakeholders.  Examples would be schools,  homes for seniors, organizations that do not provide financial support, choirs, choral societies that do not provide financial support, etc.  For example,  the Association of Canadian Choral Communities (ACCC).


AIRS staff are working towards providing the results of Project research, so that information and research findings can be shared amongst the researchers and interested individuals.  Please direct any questions or comments regarding the AIRS Web site to the AIRS Information Technology Coordinator. Contact information can be found on our Contact AIRS page.