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What is infrastructure?
Simply put, it's the physical backbone of a community. It helps:
- efficiently move people and goods and get them to where they need to be;
- provide safe drinking water;
- keep the air and water clean; and
- offer public facilities for recreation, sports and culture.
Infrastructure is all around you: roads, sidewalks, public transportation systems, water treatment plants, museums and galleries, sports facilities, parks and trails, just to name a few.
2014-03-07 - Niagara-on-the-Lake, Ontario
2014-03-03 - Montréal, Quebec
2014-02-28 - Brandon, Manitoba
2014-02-28 - Estevan, Saskatchewan
2014-02-28 - Montréal, Quebec
2014-02-28 - Regina, Saskatchewan
New Building Canada Plan
The $53B New Building Canada Plan is the largest and longest federal infrastructure plan in our nation's history – The New Building Canada Plan – New details!.
Gas Tax Fund
$2-billion-a-year federal Gas Tax Fund supports local infrastructure priorities. Canadians in all municipalities benefit – learn more.
Did you know?
To date, $13B has been invested in municipalities through the federal Gas Tax Fund, with close to $22B to flow over the next 10 years.
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