How do I apply for funding under the New Building Canada Plan?
National Infrastructure Component
The $4-billion National Infrastructure Component (NIC) provides funding for projects of national significance, that have broad public benefits, and that contribute to long-term economic growth and prosperity. To apply for funding, proponents must submit a detailed business case to Infrastructure Canada that demonstrates how the project meets the program's objectives, as well as category specific outcomes and criteria.
Current calls for proposals
Infrastructure Canada is now accepting completed business cases for projects within all seven eligible categories:
- Highways and major roads
- Public transit
- Rail infrastructure
- Disaster mitigation
- Local and regional airports
- Port infrastructure
- Intelligent Transportation Systems
Completed project business cases should be emailed to: email@example.com
Provincial-Territorial Infrastructure Component
The $10-billion Provincial-Territorial Infrastructure Component (PTIC) provides funding to support infrastructure projects of national, regional and local significance that contribute to objectives related to economic growth, a clean environment and stronger communities. To support a wide range of infrastructure needs, the PTIC is divided into two sub-components:
National and Regional Projects (PTIC-NRP): $9 billion for projects that are nationally and regionally significant, and are predominantly medium- and large scale in nature. If you are an eligible recipient for National and Regional Projects and would like to have your project considered for funding under the PTIC, you are encouraged to contact your provincial or territorial ministry responsible for infrastructure for National and Regional Projects.
A Business Case Guide for the Provincial-Territorial Infrastructure Component is available to assist in the development of business cases. Business cases under the PTIC-NRP will only be accepted for projects that have been jointly identified by provincial and territorial partners, and that are deemed eligible under the program terms and conditions.
Learn more about how to submit your project for funding consideration.
Small Communities Fund (PTIC-SCF): $1 billion for projects in communities with fewer than 100,000 residents through the Small Communities Fund. This will ensure that small communities have access to significant funding to support economic prosperity.
All proposed projects must provide basic information that includes the name of the municipality, title of the project, the eligible category and subcategory, a brief description of the project, financial information, project location as well as planned start and end dates. If you are an eligible recipient for Small Communities Fund and would like to have your project considered for funding under the PTIC, you are encouraged to contact your respective provincial or territorial ministry responsible for infrastructure for Small Communities Fund. You can also learn more about how the Small Communities Fund works by reading the Program Overview.
How can I contact an Infrastructure Canada employee?
If you wish to contact an employee directly, please consult the Government Electronic Directory Services (GEDS).
For public information, you can contact Infrastructure Canada at:
Telephone Infrastructure Canada: 613-948-1148
Toll Free Number: 1-877-250-7154
180 Kent Street
Ottawa, Ontario K1P 0B6
How can I find out what is funded in my community?
Infrastructure Canada leads federal efforts to ensure that Canadians benefit from world-class, modern public infrastructure. We achieve this by making investments, building partnerships, developing policies, delivering programs and fostering knowledge.
The department is a key funding partner, working with provinces, territories, municipalities, the private sector and non-profit organizations, along with other federal departments and agencies to help build and revitalize the infrastructure Canadians need and use every day.
This website is the one-stop-shop for information about the department, its programs and results. For information about what the department has helped fund in your community, please visit the following provincial-territorial pages:
You can also visit the Media Centre at Infrastructure Canada to browse news releases by year to identify specific federal announcements for projects in your region.
If you don't find what you are looking for on the above web pages, please contact us at:
OR Toll Free at: 1-877-250-7154
I have a question about an Infrastructure Canada funded project in my community, who should I speak to?
Infrastructure Canada leads the Government of Canada's efforts to enhance Canada's public infrastructure through strategic investments, key partnerships, sound policies and practical research.
While Infrastructure Canada takes part in negotiating funding agreements with the provincial and municipal governments and allocates funds based on these agreements, projects funded are not assets of the federal government. Therefore, Infrastructure Canada is not responsible for the day-to-day management of projects benefitting from any of our funding programs.
Most concerns directly related to a project should be communicated to the project proponent – i.e. the province, municipality or organization that is receiving funding.
If you are not certain who the recipient of funding is, please contact us with your question and we will try to help redirect you:
OR Toll Free at: 1-877-250-7154
I am seeking employment at Infrastructure Canada, where do I send my resume?
All current job opportunities open to the public at Infrastructure Canada and other federal government departments and agencies are posted on Careers in the federal public service. You can use the site's search engine to sort jobs by Department, job type, closing date, and even salary. Visit the site often, as some jobs are only posted for a short time.
Students can also explore their options, which include: the Federal Student Work Experience Program (FSWEP), the Co-op/Internship program, and the Research Affiliate Program (RAP).
There are also several programs for post-secondary graduates, such as the Post-Secondary Recruitment (PSR) program and the Recruitment of Policy Leaders (RPL) program.
There are numerous resources that can help you apply for jobs in the public service:
How do I make an inquiry under the Access to Information and Privacy Acts?
If you have any inquiries concerning the Access to Information Act or the Privacy Act at Infrastructure Canada, please contact:
Access to Information and Privacy Coordinator
180 Kent Street, Suite 1100
Ottawa, Ontario K1P 0B6
Where are the Infrastructure Canada regional offices?
Infrastructure Canada is centrally located in our nation's capital, Ottawa, Ontario. The department has no regional offices.
If you would like to contact Infrastructure Canada, you can do so at the following:
180 Kent Street
Ottawa, ON K1P 0B6
Telephone Infrastructure Canada directly at:
OR Toll Free at: