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Building a Better Canada Together

- Federal Infrastructure Funding Support for Provincial, Territorial and Municipal Infrastructure* (Current $B) - text description

Bar graph, from Finance Canada and Infrastructure Canada, describing federal infrastructure funding support for provincial, territorial and municipal infrastructure. The graph shows a timeline between 1990 and 2010 and funding amounts are measured in current billions. Between 1990 and 2004, federal funding contributions were under $2 billion, with a small spike in 1995 at approximately $1 billion. In 2005, federal contributions were above $2 billion and have continued to rise steadily since with contributions reaching over $8 billion in 2010-2011. Federal contributions and other transfer payments for public infrastructure nearly tripled over the past five years.

Source: Finance Canada & Infrastructure Canada, June 2011

* All public infrastructure, including Core Public Infrastructure

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