How to Apply for Funding Under the New Building Canada Fund
The New Building Canada Fund was officially launched on March 28, 2014. The Minister of Infrastructure, Communities, and Intergovernmental Affairs has also provided provinces and territories with the information required to start identifying priority projects and apply for funding — including detailed program guides, which are available below.
The National Infrastructure Component and the Provincial-Territorial Infrastructure Component have different processes. You can find details on both processes below.
National Infrastructure Component
At this time, Infrastructure Canada is no longer accepting additional applications under the 2014 NBCF –National Infrastructure Component (NIC).
Please note that the Provincial Territorial Infrastructure Component remains an available source of funds for project as part of the New Building Canada Fund until March 31, 2018.
The Government is currently engaging provinces, territories, municipal and Indigenous leaders, as well as global institutional investors and other stakeholders to identify the right mix of infrastructure funding programs to meet Canadians' needs and to position Canada's economy for the future.
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–NRP, you are encouraged to contact your provincial or territorial ministry responsible for infrastructure for National and Regional Projects to determine the process for submitting project proposals and deadlines.
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 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, and to determine the process for submitting project proposals and deadlines, 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.
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