Funding Delivered under the Investing in Canada Plan

Through the Investing in Canada Plan, the Government of Canada is investing over $180 billion over 12 years in infrastructure projects across Canada. These investments are being made by 21 federal departments and agencies.

Through Budget 2016, the first phase of the Plan made $14.4 billion in new funding available for the repair and modernization of key infrastructure. This funding has gone towards vital public transit systems, clean water and wastewater systems, and social infrastructure such as affordable housing. Building on the first phase of the Plan, $81.2 billion in additional funding was made available in Budget 2017 to support five priority areas over the next decade: public transit, green, social, trade and transportation, and rural and northern communities' infrastructure and provides predictable funding and focusses on large-scale transformational projects.

In addition, over $92 billion is available through Government of Canada's existing programs - programs that pre-date the Investing in Canada plan. For example, the federal Canada Community-Building Fund supports approximately 4,000 infrastructure projects in 3,600 communities across the country each year; the New Building Canada Fund will provide $11.8B in funding for new and ongoing projects; and other government departments and agencies will continue to make investments in core infrastructure across the country.

For further details on each of the funding programs, see the Implementation Progress and Funding Update Table below.

Implementation Progress and Funding Update Footnote1 Footnote2 Footnote3 Footnote4 Footnote5 Footnote6 Footnote7 Footnote8 Footnote9

Funding Programs
Delivery Department / Agency Program introduced Program Name Total program allocation Number of projects approved Federal share of approved project value Number of projects started Reimbursements Claimed
Canada Infrastructure Bank BUDGET 2017 Canada Infrastructure Bank  Footnotei 15000000000 46 9700000000 42 1670549000
Canada Mortgage and Housing Corporation BUDGET 2016 Aboriginal Capacity and Skills Development 10000000 464 10000000 464 10000277
Canada Mortgage and Housing Corporation BUDGET 2016 Increasing Affordable Housing for Seniors  200700000 1679 200700000 1679 200100000
Canada Mortgage and Housing Corporation BUDGET 2016 Investment in Affordable Housing  504400000 5231 501600000 5231 501600000
Canada Mortgage and Housing Corporation BUDGET 2016 Northern Housing  97700000 98 97700000 98 96700000
Canada Mortgage and Housing Corporation BUDGET 2016 Renovation and Retrofit of Social Housing  574000000 2577 575762664 2577 575762664
Canada Mortgage and Housing Corporation BUDGET 2016 Renovation and Retrofit on Reserve 127700000 3137 127700000 3137 119961661
Canada Mortgage and Housing Corporation BUDGET 2016 Shelters for First Nations Victims of Family Violence  10400000 5 10400000 5 10400000
Canada Mortgage and Housing Corporation BUDGET 2016 Supporting Shelters for Victims of Family Violence 89900000 3228 89900000 3228 89900000
Canada Mortgage and Housing Corporation BUDGET 2017 FPT Housing Partnership Framework  7740000000 7680 1958048116 3693 1958048116
Canada Mortgage and Housing Corporation BUDGET 2017 National Housing Co-Investment Fund  5134000000 638 3004058019 567 1351370450
Canada Mortgage and Housing Corporation BUDGET 2017 Other National Housing Strategy Initiatives- Federal Community Housing Initiative  500000000 1412 127802364 1412 127802364
Canada Mortgage and Housing Corporation BUDGET 2017 Other National Housing Strategy Initiatives- Federal Lands Initiative  200000000 21 120403797 19 94860861
Canada Mortgage and Housing Corporation BUDGET 2017 Other National Housing Strategy Initiatives- Housing Research and Innovation  241000000 N/A 176265239 N/A 176265239
Canada Mortgage and Housing Corporation BUDGET 2017 Other National Housing Strategy Initiatives- Human-Rights Based Approach to Housing  39200000 N/A 20387028 N/A 20387028
Canada Mortgage and Housing Corporation BUDGET 2017 Other National Housing Strategy Initiatives- Other  42000000 N/A 42000000 N/A 42000000
Canada Mortgage and Housing Corporation BUDGET 2017 Other National Housing Strategy Initiatives- Technical Resource Centre  74200000 N/A 48954874 N/A 48954874
Canada Mortgage and Housing Corporation EXISTING FUNDING Existing Housing Programs 17262000000 12012836145 12012836145
Canadian Heritage BUDGET 2016, BUDGET 2017, and EXISTING FUNDING Canada Cultural Spaces Fund  Footnoteii 828200000 1565 574899908 1565 708409105
Canadian Heritage BUDGET 2017 Community Educational Infrastructure  80000000 28 47057489 27 22288396
Crown-Indigenous Relations and Northern Affairs BUDGET 2016 and BUDGET 2017 Inuit Housing  Footnoteiii 480000000 442 480000000 442 280000000
Crown-Indigenous Relations and Northern Affairs BUDGET 2017 Climate Change Preparedness in the North Program - Implementation of Adaptation Actions in the North  Footnoteiv 56000000 310 63301824 310 59845182
Crown-Indigenous Relations and Northern Affairs BUDGET 2017 First Nation Adapt Program - Flood Plain Mapping  Footnotev 27000000 171 42509277 171 43075305
Crown-Indigenous Relations and Northern Affairs BUDGET 2017 Indigenous Community-Based Climate Monitoring Program  73000000 185 35698485 185 35618691
Crown-Indigenous Relations and Northern Affairs BUDGET 2017 Métis Heritage Centre  Footnotevi 3400000 1 3400000 1 3400000
Crown-Indigenous Relations and Northern Affairs BUDGET 2017 Métis Nation Housing  Footnotevii 200000000 5 100000000 5 100000000
Crown-Indigenous Relations and Northern Affairs BUDGET 2017 Self-Governing/ Modern Treaty Groups Footnoteviii 8000000 26 8000000 26 7375567
Crown-Indigenous Relations and Northern Affairs BUDGET 2017 Yukon University  Footnoteix 26000000 1 26000000 1 2769745
Employment and Social Development Canada BUDGET 2016 First Nations and Inuit Child Care Intiative  62800000 549 60429697 549 60429697
Employment and Social Development Canada BUDGET 2016 and BUDGET 2017 Early Learning and Child Care  Footnotex 5695000000 55 2615715242 55 2545346338
Employment and Social Development Canada BUDGET 2016 and BUDGET 2017 Enabling Accessibility Fund  Footnotexi 81000000 1577 43427271 1576 43344340
Employment and Social Development Canada BUDGET 2017 Women in Construction Fund  10000000 4 7660241 4 7091467
Employment and Social Development Canada BUDGET 2017 and EXISTING FUNDING Indigenous Early Learning and Childcare  Footnotexii 3316130476 N/A 1296786512 N/A 1296786512
Environment and Climate Change Canada BUDGET 2017 Canadian Centre for Climate Services  Footnotexiii 107600000 N/A 107609998 N/A 54113951
Health Canada BUDGET 2017 Home Care Infrastructure  Footnotexiv 1000000000 N/A 1000000000 N/A 1000000000
Indigenous Services Canada BUDGET 2016 Aboriginal Head Start on Reserve  Footnotexv 51200000 160 45111185 160 45111185
Indigenous Services Canada BUDGET 2016 and BUDGET 2017 Health Facilities  Footnotexvi 716400000 63 431980118 63 431980118
Indigenous Services Canada BUDGET 2016 and BUDGET 2017 On-Reserve Housing  Footnotexvii 1016600000 12622 1016600000 12622 981020554
Indigenous Services Canada BUDGET 2016 and BUDGET 2017 Other Community Infrastructure  Footnotexviii 1560437961 677 1560437961 677 543711061
Indigenous Services Canada BUDGET 2016 and BUDGET 2017 Solid Waste Management  Footnotexix 1021800000 1173 563230258 1173 563230258
Indigenous Services Canada BUDGET 2016 and BUDGET 2017 Water and Wastewater  Footnotexx 1882063104 675 1882063104 675 1804946895
Indigenous Services Canada BUDGET 2017 Capital Facilities and Maintenance Program (Asset Management)  Footnotexxi 24323460 161 24320460 161 16074307
Indigenous Services Canada BUDGET 2017 Engagement and Proof-of-concept Footnotexxii 53750295 13 53750295 13 21852398
Indigenous Services Canada BUDGET 2017 Indigenous Homes Innovation Initiative  Footnotexxiii 40000000 25 40000000 25 34350219
Indigenous Services Canada BUDGET 2017 Northern Grid  Footnotexxiv 760000000 1 760000000
Indigenous Services Canada BUDGET 2017 Operation Return Home Footnotexxv 8500000 94 8500000 94 8500000
Indigenous Services Canada EXISTING FUNDING On-Reserve Health Infrastructure 654000000
Indigenous Services Canada EXISTING FUNDING Social Community Infrastructure / First Nation Infrastructure Fund Footnotexxvi 6558000000 N/A 6558000000 N/A 3058286834
Indigenous Services Canada EXISTING FUNDING Support for Education Facilities 2984000000 N/A 2984000000 N/A 1297172289
Indigenous Services Canada EXISTING FUNDING Support for On-Reserve Housing 1940000000 N/A 1940000000 N/A 1197409603
Indigenous Services Canada EXISTING FUNDING Water and Wastewater Infrastructure 2430000000 N/A 2430000000 N/A 1822959838
Infrastructure Canada BUDGET 2016 Clean Water and Wastewater Fund  Footnotexxvii 1848000000 2348 1812794707 2348 1767858066
Infrastructure Canada BUDGET 2016 Codes, Guides and Specifications for Climate-Resilient Public Infrastructure  Footnotexxviii 42500000 1 42500000 1 42500000
Infrastructure Canada BUDGET 2016 Municipalities for Climate Innovation Program  75000000 321 58036760 321 54718186
Infrastructure Canada BUDGET 2016 Public Transit Infrastructure Fund  Footnotexxix 3074000000 1146 2983569559 1146 2854565634
Infrastructure Canada BUDGET 2016 and BUDGET 2017 Municipal Asset Management Program  Footnotexxx 110000000 1475 79570402 1475 56087017
Infrastructure Canada BUDGET 2016, BUDGET 2017, and EXISTING FUNDING Homelessness Partnering Strategy  Footnotexxxi 522770000 262 522426917 262 522426917
Infrastructure Canada BUDGET 2016, BUDGET 2017, and EXISTING FUNDING New Building Canada Fund  Footnotexxxii 13130450000 908 12238691587 893 6773045521
Infrastructure Canada BUDGET 2017 Disaster Mitigation and Adaptation Fund  2000000000 69 1942322797 62 349145621
Infrastructure Canada BUDGET 2017 Investing in Canada Infrastructure Program  Footnotexxxiii 32138251020 5945 26938728121 5327 3893197146
Infrastructure Canada BUDGET 2017 Reaching Home - Canada's Homelessness Strategy  Footnotexxxiv 2076000000 496 1041575048 496 1041575048
Infrastructure Canada BUDGET 2017 Research and Knowledge Initiative  Footnotexxxv 25000000 14 9490310 14 5147029
Infrastructure Canada BUDGET 2017 Smart Cities Challenge  Footnotexxxvi 165626599 25 91500000 25 67439292
Infrastructure Canada BUDGET 2017 Toronto Waterfront Revitalization Initiative  Footnotexxxvii 384166667 1 384166667 1 329166027
Infrastructure Canada EXISTING FUNDING Border Infrastructure Fund  Footnotexxxviii 20000000 16818040 3818040
Infrastructure Canada EXISTING FUNDING Building Canada Fund  Footnotexxxix 2335000000 29 2265707264 28 1781426267
Infrastructure Canada EXISTING FUNDING Canada Community-Building Fund (*project count is an estimate)  Footnotexl 27830000000 28000 15483388178 28000 15483388178
Infrastructure Canada EXISTING FUNDING Canada Strategic Infrastructure Fund  Footnotexli 167000000 177587303 170637303
Infrastructure Canada EXISTING FUNDING Green Infrastructure Fund  Footnotexlii 428000000 2 366565423 2 262799760
Infrastructure Canada EXISTING FUNDING GST Rebate for Municipalities 13514000000 N/A 8220000000 N/A 8220000000
Infrastructure Canada EXISTING FUNDING Inuvik to Tuktoyaktuk Highway Program  Footnotexliii 69000000 69350000 69350000
Infrastructure Canada EXISTING FUNDING P3 Canada Fund  1213000000 25 1210558000 25 932803524
Infrastructure Canada EXISTING FUNDING Provincial-Territorial Infrastructure Base Funding Program  110000000 N/A 110000000 N/A 109242959
Innovation, Science, and Economic Development Canada BUDGET 2016 Connect to Innovate  500000000 183 467078188 183 350380519
Innovation, Science, and Economic Development Canada BUDGET 2016 Post-Secondary Institutions Strategic Investment Fund  2000000000 297 1966932744 297 1962015802
Innovation, Science, and Economic Development Canada BUDGET 2017 Innovation Superclusters Initiative  Footnotexliv 150000000
N/A BUDGET 2017 Less funds in the fiscal framework, reallocations and other revenues Footnotexlv -6888361478 N/A N/A N/A N/A
Natural Resources Canada BUDGET 2016 Green Municipal Fund  Footnotexlvi 125000000 N/A 125000000 N/A 125000000
Natural Resources Canada BUDGET 2016 Regional Electricity Cooperation and Strategic Infrastructure Initiative  2500000 2 940000 2 915808
Natural Resources Canada BUDGET 2016 and BUDGET 2017 Electric Vehicle and Alternative Fuel Infrastructure   Footnotexlvii 182500000 173 162725465 173 158249194
Natural Resources Canada BUDGET 2017 Building Regional Adaptation Capacity and Expertise and National-Scale Knowledge Synthesis and Dissemination  18000000 37 14451455 37 14434390
Natural Resources Canada BUDGET 2017 Clean Energy for Rural and Remote Communities  217800000 122 182867288 122 157335831
Natural Resources Canada BUDGET 2017 Emerging Renewable Power Program  200000000 15 188726044 15 153168968
Natural Resources Canada BUDGET 2017 Energy Efficient Buildings  182000000 101 48044917 101 35234732
Natural Resources Canada BUDGET 2017 Home Energy Retrofits  Footnotexlviii 950000000 N/A 950000000 N/A 950000000
Natural Resources Canada BUDGET 2017 Smart Grid  100000000 23 87568429 23 86315892
Natural Resources Canada BUDGET 2017 Zero Emission Vehicle Infrastructure Program  Footnotexlix 130000000
Parks Canada Agency BUDGET 2016 National Cost-Sharing Program for Heritage Places  Footnotel 20000000 132 18514383 132 18514383
Public Health Agency of Canada BUDGET 2016 Aboriginal Head Start in Urban and Northern Communities  15400000 80 15383804 80 15193804
Public Safety Canada BUDGET 2017 Funding for First Nations and Inuit Policing Facilities  Footnoteli 100000000 72 91292349 72 60971224
Regional Development Agencies BUDGET 2016 and EXISTING FUNDING Canada 150 Community Infrastructure Program  Footnotelii 297000000 2826 292075175 2785 290854972
Regional Development Agencies BUDGET 2017 Canada Coal Transition Initiative  Footnoteliii 150000000 49 100563239 49 38073522
Transport Canada BUDGET 2017 Climate Risk Assessments  Footnoteliv 16000000
Transport Canada BUDGET 2017 Connecting Communities by Rail and Water 1924000000 64 1415414094 64 1415414094
Transport Canada BUDGET 2017 Heavy-Duty Vehicle and Off-Road Regulations  Footnotelv 16000000 N/A N/A N/A N/A
Transport Canada BUDGET 2017 Modernizing Transportation  77000000 15 39855161 15 32519672
Transport Canada BUDGET 2017 National Trade Corridors Fund  Footnotelvi 2400000000 105 2190334154 101 650667824
Transport Canada BUDGET 2017 Oceans Protection Plan  Footnotelvii 1734317834 50 1734317834 50 1431920342
Transport Canada BUDGET 2017 Trade and Transportation Information System  50000000 1 50000000 1 37669484
Transport Canada EXISTING FUNDING Asia-Pacific Gateway and Corridor Initiative  51000000 22 51008693 22 49901893
Transport Canada EXISTING FUNDING Gateways and Border Crossings Fund  290000000 17 260812752 16 236942287
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Footnote

Footnote 1

Data in this table represents the most up-to-date information available at the time of publication. Infrastructure Canada continues to work with all departments to collect data on all new Investing in Canada Plan programs. As more data becomes available, the table will be updated.

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Footnote 2

The 'number of projects' fields include traditional 'bricks and mortar' type projects, services, housing units, lot servicing, capacity development, asset management, innovation projects, number of First Nations who benefitted from the investment, and educational and information training sessions. The number of projects approved is not directly related to the number of points on the geo-map, some points on the map represent more than one project as counted in the above table. In addition, given the nature of some programs, not all funded projects can be mapped.

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Footnote 3

The number of projects started is an estimate based on the information received in the project proposals received from proponents.

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Footnote 4

Not all programs work on a reimbursement basis. These figures also include funds that are directly transferred to other orders of government and organizations. For example, provinces, territories, the Federation of Canadian Municipalities, the National Research Council etc.

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Footnote 5

The Lake Manitoba/Lake St. Martin Outlet Channels ($247,500,000) project funding has been moved from Budget 2016 to Budget 2017 as it is now being funded under the Disaster Mitigation and Adaptation Fund.

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Footnote 6

Departments or agencies may report on their programs using a different basis than is used in the above reporting table. Program reporting is established at the time of program design and may not align with the presentation of combined, pan-government results. For more detailed information on individual projects or programs, contact the responsible department or agency.

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Footnote 7

In some cases programs have multiple sources of funds, including funding outside the IICP. In these cases, it is not always possible to disaggregate program data by funding source. This may result in over-reporting compared to IICP-only allocations.

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Footnote 8

The Reserved Green Funding was $2,000,000,000 in funding under the IICP reserved in Budget 2017 and dispersed in Budget 2019 by the Department of Finance for green infrastructure investments.

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Footnote 9

Supporting Indigenous Communities was $4,000,000,000 in funding under the IICP reserved in Budget 2017 and subsequently dispersed for infrastructure investments to support Indigenous communities. This allocation was formerly called Improving Indigenous Communities.

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Footnote i

The Canada Infrastructure Bank (CIB) is mandated to invest $35B in revenue-generating infrastructure projects in Canada or partly in Canada and by virtue of its investment, to attract private sector and institutional investment. In making investments and managing operations, the CIB is expected to manage a maximum fiscal expense of $15B. The amounts referenced represent the total financial commitment the CIB has made to a project and does not necessarily represent the fiscal expense of the project. The CIB also advises and supports public sector sponsors in advancing their infrastructure projects.

As a Crown corporation, the CIB is subject to the planning and reporting requirements under Part X of the Financial Administration Act (FAA). To ensure alignment with Government priorities and appropriate oversight of performance and results, the CIB must provide a corporate plan; operating and capital budgets; summary corporate plan; quarterly financial reports for Q1, Q2 and Q3; and an annual report accompanied by an audit. The disclosure and reporting of information by the CIB is consistent with Treasury Board Secretariat’s Guidance for Crown Corporations on Preparing Corporate Plans and Budgets, as well as the relevant provisions in the Canada Infrastructure Bank Act and FAA.

Number of Projects Approved represents the number of investment commitments.

Federal Share of Approved Project Value represents the value of investment commitments.

Number of Projects Started represents the number of CIB investment commitments at financial close. Financial close refers to the point in time when the CIB and its investment partners have completed all due diligence and entered into legally binding agreements.

Reimbursements Claimed represents the amount of funding advanced by the CIB to project proponents (cash basis) out of the total value of projects that have reached financial close.

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Footnote ii

The Canada Cultural Spaces Fund received funding under the IICP from Budget 2016 ($168,200,000), Budget 2017 ($300,000,000), and Existing/Legacy funding ($360,000,000). The figures presented for this program represent totals across all IICP funding sources. Total reimbursements claimed reported are greater than the federal share of approved project value because the total includes payments for projects approved using the program’s existing funding prior to the beginning of the Investing in Canada Plan.

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Footnote iii

The Inuit Housing program received funding under the IICP from Budget 2016 ($80,000,000) and Budget 2017 ($400,000,000) via Supporting Indigenous Communities (see footnote 9). The figures presented for this program represent totals across all IICP funding sources.

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Footnote iv

The figures presented for the Climate Change Preparedness in the North program represent this program’s $77,300,000 in total funding, of which $56,000,000 is under the IICP, as this program’s data cannot be disaggregated.

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Footnote v

The figures presented for the First Nation Adapt Program – Flood Plain Mapping program represent this program’s $51,700,000 in total funding, of which $27,000,000 is under the IICP, as this program’s data cannot be disaggregated. This envelop is managed as a whole, and individual projects are not assigned to a particular source of funds.

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Footnote vi

The Métis Heritage Centre received $3,400,000 in funding under the IICP via Supporting Indigenous Communities (see footnote 9).

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Footnote vii

The Métis Nation Housing program received $500,000,000 in total allocation over 10 years through Budget 2018. $200,000,000 of this total allocation was funded under the IICP with Supporting Indigenous Communities funding (see footnote 9). The federal share of approved project value and reimbursements claimed figures in this table only represent IICP funding for this program, while figures for projects approved and projects started represent the total funding ($500,000,000, IICP and non-IICP) for this program as they cannot be disaggregated.

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Footnote viii

The Self-Governing/Modern Treaty Groups program received $8,000,000 in funding under the IICP via Supporting Indigenous Communities (see footnote 9). The number of projects approved and the number of projects started presented for this program represents the number of Self-Governing/ Modern Treaty Groups that received funding from this program.

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Footnote ix

The Yukon University program received funding ($26,000,000 in total allocation) under the IICP from Reserved Green Funding (see footnote 8).

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Footnote x

The Early Learning and Child Care program received funding under the IICP from Budget 2016 ($400,000,000) and Budget 2017 ($5,295,000,000). The figures presented for this program represent totals across all IICP funding sources. This program is delivered through transfers to provinces and territories.

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Footnote xi

The Enabling Accessibility Fund received funding under the IICP from Budget 2016 ($4,000,000) and Budget 2017 ($77,000,000). The figures presented for this program represent totals across all IICP funding sources.

ESDC includes IICP funding as part of its total allocation for the Enabling Accessibility Fund. Project information is not tracked separately as of 2021-2022. From 2021-2022 onwards only the value of projects approved and value of funding flowed columns will be updated to represent the total value of EAF’s IICP contributions which is roughly 9% of EAF’s total annual budget.

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Footnote xii

"Total Program Allocation Under the IICP"

This represents the total Indigenous Early Learning and Child Care (IELCC) funding from Budget 2017 of $1.705 billion over 10 fiscal years (2018-2019 to 2027-2028) as well as legacy funding of $1,611,130,476; comprised of G&C, operating, and SSC/PSPC. The Indigenous Early Learning and Child care Transformation Initiative comprises initiatives led by Employment and Social Development Canada ($659,976,000 legacy funding), Indigenous Services Canada ($557,972,376 legacy funding), and the Public Health Agency of Canada ($393,182,100 legacy funding) to support IELCC. IELCC Budget 2017 funding is allocated across three departments (Employment and Social Development Canada, Indigenous Services Canada and the Public Health Agency of Canada). In addition to these three departments, funding may also flow through Crown Indigenous Relations and Northern Affairs Canada who became a signatory to the horizontal Terms and Conditions for the IELCC Horizontal Transformation Initiative in May 2022. Funds flow from federal departments in accordance with Indigenous Partner’s decision as part of the IELCC Horizontal Initiative.

"Total Federal Share of Approved Project Value"

This represents the total Indigenous Early Learning and Child Care (IELCC) spending of Budget 2017 and legacy funding through the end of fiscal year 2022-23; comprised of G&C, operating, and SSC/PSPC.

Under IELCC, a total amount of $664,630,377 in Budget 2017 funding was advanced by Crown-Indigenous Relations and Northern Affairs Canada ($79,230,934), Employment and Social Development Canada ($264,997,764) Indigenous Services Canada ($300,974,116), and the Public Health Agency of Canada ($19,427,563) all directly attributable to IICP. A further $632,156,135 in legacy funding was advanced by Employment and Social Development Canada ($217,610,531), Indigenous Services Canada ($206,516,449), and the Public Health Agency of Canada ($208,029,155). IELCC Budget 2017 funding is allocated across three departments (Employment and Social Development Canada, Indigenous Services Canada and the Public Health Agency of Canada). In addition to these three departments, funding may also flow through Crown Indigenous Relations and Northern Affairs Canada who became a signatory to the horizontal Terms and Conditions for the IELCC Horizontal Initiative in May 2022. Funds flow from federal departments in accordance with Indigenous Partner’s decision as part of the IELCC Horizontal Initiative.

"Total Reimbursement Claimed"

This represents the total Indigenous Early Learning and Child Care (IELCC) spending of Budget 2017 and legacy funding through the end of fiscal year 2022-23; comprised of G&C, operating, and SSC/PSPC. IELCC spending is allocated across four departments (Employment and Social Development Canada, Indigenous Services Canada and the Public Health Agency of Canada and Crown Indigenous Relations and Northern Affairs Canada the later of which became a signatory to the horizontal Terms and Conditions for the IELCC Horizontal Initiative in May 2022). Funds flow from federal departments in accordance with Indigenous Partner’s decision as part of the IELCC Horizontal Initiative. Under IELCC, a total amount of $664,630,377 in Budget 2017 funding was advanced by Crown-Indigenous Relations and Northern Affairs Canada ($79,230,934), Employment and Social Development Canada ($264,997,764), Indigenous Services Canada ($300,974,116), and the Public Health Agency of Canada ($19,427,563) all directly attributable to IICP. A further $632,156,135 in legacy funding was advanced by Employment and Social Development Canada ($217,610,531), Indigenous Services Canada ($206,516,449), and the Public Health Agency of Canada ($208,029,155).

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Footnote xiii

The Canadian Centre for Climate Services program does not fund projects, it provides services directly to Canadians. Figures represent the total program spending.

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Footnote xiv

As part of the federal $11B, 10-year commitment to invest in better home and community care and mental health and addiction initiatives, the $1B Home Care Infrastructure investment was delivered to provinces and territories through bilateral health agreements for home and community care and mental health and addictions. The federal government signed bilateral agreements with all provinces and territories, they are posted here: https://www.canada.ca/en/health-canada/corporate/transparency/health-agreements/shared-health-priorities.html. Jurisdictions report on the results of the investment through the Canadian Institute on Health Information (CIHI) based on a focused set of twelve common indicators agreed to by FPT Health Ministers in June 2018. Results of these indicators are made public by CIHI on their webpage for Shared Health Priorities https://www.cihi.ca/en/shared-health-priorities. All the bilateral agreements with Home Care Infrastructure funding closed by March 31, 2023.

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Footnote xv

The Aboriginal Head Start on Reserve program is complete. The federal share of approved project value and reimbursements claimed figures presented for this program represents Vote 10 (Grants and Contributions) expenditure amounts only, while the total allocation figure presented for this program includes all program funding.

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Footnote xvi

The Health Facilities Program received funding under the IICP from Budget 2016 ($270,000,000) and Budget 2017 ($446,400,000) via Supporting Indigenous Communities (see footnote 9), including funding for the Norway House Health Facility and WAHA Health Care Infrastructure. The figures presented for this program represent totals across all IICP funding sources.

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Footnote xvii

The On-Reserve Housing program received funding under the IICP from Budget 2016 ($416,600,000) and Budget 2017 ($600,000,000) via Supporting Indigenous Communities (see footnote 9). The figures presented for this program represent totals across all IICP funding sources. Project data includes 10,145 housing units being built or renovated, 1,323 lots being serviced or acquired, as well as 1,154 other housing projects.

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Footnote xviii

The Other Community Infrastructure program received funding under the IICP from Budget 2016 ($76,798,877) via the First Nations Infrastructure Fund - Culture and Recreational Centers and from Budget 2017 ($1,483,639,084) via Supporting Indigenous Communities (see footnote 9), including funding for the Lubicon Lake Band Community Infrastructure Project. The figures presented for this program represent totals across all IICP funding sources. Project data includes 47 housing units being built or renovated, as well as 630 other community infrastructure projects.

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Footnote xix

The Solid Waste Management program received funding under the IICP from Budget 2016 ($408,900,000) and Budget 2017 ($612,900,000) via Supporting Indigenous Communities (see footnote 9). The figures presented for this program represent totals across all IICP funding sources. The Solid Waste Management program was previously named the First Nations Waste Management Initiative.

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Footnote xx

The Water and Wastewater program received funding under the IICP from Budget 2016 ($1,832,986,104) and Budget 2017 ($49,077,000) via Supporting Indigenous Communities (see footnote 9). The figures presented for this program represent totals across all IICP funding sources.

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Footnote xxi

The Capital Facilities and Maintenance Program (Asset Management) received funding under the IICP from Budget 2017 ($24,323,465), including $9,323,465 via Supporting Indigenous Communities (see footnote 9). The figures presented for this program represent totals across all IICP funding sources.

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Footnote xxii

The Engagement and Proof-of-concept program received funding under the IICP from Budget 2017 ($53,750,295), including $37,750,295 via Supporting Indigenous Communities (see footnote 9). The figures presented for this program represent totals across all IICP funding sources.

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Footnote xxiii

The Indigenous Homes Innovation Initiative received $40,000,000 in funding under the IICP, including $25,000,000 via Supporting Indigenous Communities (see footnote 9) and $15,000,000 transferred from Infrastructure Canada’s Smart Cities Challenge. The figures presented for this program represent totals across all IICP funding sources.

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Footnote xxiv

The Northern Grid program, which will start in 2024-2025, received $760,000,000 in funding under the IICP via Reserved Green Funding (see footnote 8).

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Footnote xxv

The Operation Return Home program received $8,500,000 in funding under the IICP via Supporting Indigenous Communities (see footnote 9). Project data includes 93 housing units being built or renovated, as well as 1 other project.

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Footnote xxvi

The Social Community Infrastructure / First Nation Infrastructure Fund program represents existing/legacy funding under the IICP for the Social Community Infrastructure program ($6,430,000,000) and the First Nation Infrastructure Fund ($128,000,000). The figures presented for this program represent totals across all IICP funding sources.

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Footnote xxvii

The Clean Water and Wastewater Fund’s total allocation was adjusted from $2,000,000,000 to $1,848,000,000 as $152,000,000 in funding was returned to the fiscal framework as a result of a Budget 2022 decision.

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Footnote xxviii

The Codes, Guides and Specifications for Climate-Resilient Public Infrastructure program received $40,000,000 in funding under the IICP from Budget 2016. An additional $2,500,000 in funding was subsequently transferred to this program under the IICP. The figures presented for this program represent totals across all IICP funding sources.

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Footnote xxix

The Public Transit Infrastructure Fund’s total allocation was adjusted from $3,400,000,000 to $3,074,000,000 as $326,000,000 in funding was returned to the fiscal framework as a result of a Budget 2022 decision.

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Footnote xxx

The Municipal Asset Management Program received funding under the IICP from Budget 2016 ($50,000,000) and Budget 2017 ($60,000,000) via Reserved Green Funding (see footnote 8). The figures presented for this program represent totals across all IICP funding sources.

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Footnote xxxi

The Homelessness Partnering Strategy ended and was replaced by Reaching Home on April 1, 2019. This program was transferred from ESDC to INFC at the end the third quarter of the 2021-22 fiscal year to align with revised ministerial mandates.

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Footnote xxxii

The New Building Canada Fund received funding under the IICP from Budget 2016 ($212,300,000 for the North Shore Wastewater Project), Budget 2017 via transfer from the Investing in Canada Infrastructure Program ($1,091,150,000 for the Ottawa Light Rail Transit project), and Existing/Legacy Funding ($11,827,000,000). The figures presented for this program represent totals across all IICP funding sources. 346 projects under the New Building Canada Fund were approved prior to the introduction of the Investing in Canada Plan, with outstanding payments funded from Plan allocations. These previously-approved projects are not accounted for in this program’s total projects approved and projects started figures in this table, though these projects are accounted for in the total federal share of approved project value and reimbursements claimed figures.

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Footnote xxxiii

The Investing in Canada Infrastructure Program initially received $33,555,000,000 in funding under the IICP from Budget 2017. Funding has subsequently been transferred into and out of this program, including funding transferred to INFC’s New Building Canada Fund ($1,091,150,000 for the Ottawa Light Rail Transit project) and INFC’s Toronto Waterfront Revitalization Initiative ($384,166,667 for the Port Lands Flood Protection and Enabling Infrastructure Project). As a result, the ICIP now has $32,138,251,020 in funding under the IICP, including operating costs. Funding transferred out of ICIP remains under the IICP and is reported by recipient programs in this table.

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Footnote xxxiv

The Homelessness Partnering Strategy ended and was replaced by Reaching Home on April 1, 2019. This program was transferred from ESDC to INFC at the end the third quarter of the 2021-22 fiscal year to align with revised ministerial mandates. Beginning in Spring 2022, Reaching Home project information reflects a change in methodology to attribute 100% of the program’s base funding, beginning in fiscal year 2019-20, to the Investing in Canada Plan.

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Footnote xxxv

The Research and Knowledge Initiative received $25,000,000 in funding from Budget 2017. However, only $10 million has been secured for this program to date and INFC will return for approval on the remaining amount.

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Footnote xxxvi

The Smart Cities Challenge initially received $300,000,000 in funding under the IICP from Budget 2017. Funding has subsequently been transferred out of this program to the Canada Healthy Communities Initiative ($31,284,000) to support communities in dealing with the immediate and ongoing challenges posed by COVID-19, to ISC’s Indigenous Homes Innovation Challenge ($15,000,000), and to INFC’s Green and Inclusive Community Buildings program ($64,000,000) in 2022-23 to support Lytton, British Columbia rebuild. A further $18.2 million was returned to the fiscal framework as a result of a Budget 2023 decision. Funding transferred to the IHIC remains under the IICP and is reported by ISC in this table, while funding transferred to the CHCI and GICB are no longer under the IICP and will be tracked and reported separately.

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Footnote xxxvii

The Toronto Waterfront Revitalization Initiative program represents the Port Lands Flood Protection and Enabling Infrastructure Project under the IICP. $384,166,667 in funding was transferred to this program from INFC’s Investing in Canada Infrastructure Program in 2018.

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Footnote xxxviii

3 projects under the Border Infrastructure Fund were approved prior to the introduction of the Investing in Canada Plan, with outstanding payments funded from Plan allocations. These previously-approved projects are not accounted for in this program’s total projects approved and projects started figures in this table, though these projects are accounted for in the total federal share of approved project value and reimbursements claimed figures.

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Footnote xxxix

107 projects under the Building Canada Fund were approved prior to the introduction of the Investing in Canada Plan, with outstanding payments funded from Plan allocations. These previously-approved projects are not accounted for in this program’s total projects approved and projects started figures in this table, though these projects are accounted for in the total federal share of approved project value and reimbursements claimed figures.

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Footnote xl

The Canada Community-Building Fund, formerly called Gas Tax Fund, is an ongoing and flexible source of funding for municipalities. While other Infrastructure programs are application-based programs, the Canada Community-Building Fund ensures that all municipalities have access to a stable and predictable source of funds for their infrastructure needs. It can be used immediately for priority projects, banked for later use, or pooled with other communities for shared infrastructure projects. The Government of Canada does not approve individual projects funded by the Canada Community-Building Fund. Through the Canada Community-Building Fund agreements with provinces and territories funding is provided to recipients and ultimate recipients who select projects, and who in turn inform Infrastructure Canada through annual reports. Based on past annual reports, an average of 4,000 projects are funded through the federal Canada Community-Building Fund each year (starting in 2016-2017).

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Footnote xli

21 projects under the Canada Strategic Infrastructure Fund were approved prior to the introduction of the Investing in Canada Plan, with outstanding payments funded from Plan allocations. These previously-approved projects are not accounted for in this program’s total projects approved and projects started figures in this table, though these projects are accounted for in the total federal share of approved project value and reimbursements claimed figures.

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Footnote xlii

14 projects under the Green Infrastructure Fund were approved prior to the introduction of the Investing in Canada Plan, with outstanding payments funded from Plan allocations. These previously-approved projects are not accounted for in this program’s total projects approved and projects started figures in this table, though these projects are accounted for in the total federal share of approved project value and reimbursements claimed figures.

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Footnote xliii

1 project under the Inuvik to Tuktoyaktuk Highway Program was approved prior to the introduction of the Investing in Canada Plan, with outstanding payments funded from Plan allocations. This previously-approved project is not accounted for in this program’s total projects approved and projects started figures in this table, though this project is accounted for in the total federal share of approved project value and reimbursements claimed figures.

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Footnote xliv

The $150M dedicated to the Superclusters initiative under the IICP is part of a $950M envelope and will be reported separately. To get more information on this, please see the following link: https://ised-isde.canada.ca/site/global-innovation-clusters/en

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Footnote xlv

This figure is captured as a subtraction of $6.888B from the Budget 2017 total allocation under the IICP to account for funds in the fiscal framework, reallocations, and other revenues.

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Footnote xlvi

The Green Municipal Fund (GMF) received $62,500,000 in funding from both ECCC and NRCan ($125,000,000 total). The figures presented for this program represent totals across all IICP funding sources. The GMF is delivered by the Federation of Canadian Municipalities (FCM) on behalf of Environment and Climate Change Canada, and Natural Resources Canada. The FCM reports on their GMF results in their Annual Report available on the FCM website: https://fcm.ca/en/resources/gmf/annual-report-green-municipal-fund-2020-2021

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Footnote xlvii

The Electric Vehicles and Alternative Fuels Infrastructure program received funding under the IICP from Budget 2016 ($62,500,000) and Budget 2017 ($120,000,000). The figures presented for this program represent totals across all IICP funding sources.

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Footnote xlviii

The Home Energy Retrofits program received $950,000,000 in funding under the IICP via the Reserved Green Funding (see footnote 8). Of this total allocation, $476,000,000 is accounted for under Less funds in the fiscal framework, reallocations and other revenues. This program contributes to the Green Municipal Fund (GMF) that is delivered by the Federation of Canadian Municipalities (FCM). The FCM reports on their GMF results in their Annual Report available on the FCM website: https://fcm.ca/en/resources/gmf/annual-report-green-municipal-fund-2020-2021

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Footnote xlix

The Zero Emissions Vehicle Infrastructure Program received funding from multiple sources and falls under both the Investing in Canada Plan (IICP) and the Clean Growth and Climate Change (CGCC) horizontal initiatives. This program received $130,000,000 in funding under the IICP from Reserved Green Funding (see footnote 8). ZEVIP results are reported through Environment and Climate Change Canada’s CGCC reporting on this separate horizontal initiative’s website: https://www.canada.ca/en/environment-climate-change/corporate/archive/archived-departmental-plans/2021-2022/supplementary-information-tables.html#toc12

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Footnote l

The amount of the Federal share of approved project value as well as Reimbursements Claimed columns are restated from $17,312,739 to $18,514,383 to include the O&M component of this program that was previously not considered in the reporting. The variance between the Reimbursements Claimed in the amount of $18,514,383 and the total allocation of $20,000,000 was mainly related to the delay in hiring staff as well as reduced contributions upon project closures. Parks Canada was able to deliver the program through existing resources until additional staff were hired.

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Footnote li

The Funding for First Nations and Inuit Policing Facilities program received $100,000,000 in funding under the IICP via Supporting Indigenous Communities (see footnote 9). $88.55M of this program’s funding is contribution funding and $11.45M is for internal services.

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Footnote lii

The Canada 150 Community Infrastructure Program received funding under the IICP from Budget 2016 ($150,000,000) and Existing/Legacy Funding ($147,000,000). The figures presented for this program represent totals across all IICP funding sources. Regional Development Agencies include: Atlantic Canada Opportunities Agency; Canada Economic Development for Quebec Regions; Canadian Northern Economic Development Agency; Federal Economic Development Agency for Southern Ontario; Federal Economic Development Initiative for Northern Ontario; and Prairies Economic Development Canada.

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Footnote liii

The Canada Coal Transition Initiative received $150,000,000 ($45,000,000 for the Atlantic Canada Opportunities Agency and $105,000,000 for Prairies Economic Development Canada) in funding under the IICP via Reserved Green Funding (see footnote 8). The figures presented for this program represent totals across ACOA and PrairiesCan programming.

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Footnote liv

The Climate Risk Assessments program represents the Transportation Assets Risk Assessment initiative. This initiative does not involve capital investments, and is fully reported on under the Horizontal Management Framework for Clean Growth and Climate Change: Mitigation and Adaptation supplementary table (led by Environment and Climate Change Canada): https://www.canada.ca/en/services/environment/weather/climatechange/pan-canadian-framework.html

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Footnote lv

Heavy-Duty Vehicle Off-Road Regulations is a horizontal initiative funded under the IICP via Budget 2017 composed of Transport Canada’s Heavy-Duty Vehicle Retrofit Requirements Initiative ($3,090,000) and Environment Canada’s Off-Road Regulations initiative ($13,000,000). This horizontal initiative is fully reported on under the Horizontal Management Framework for Clean Growth and Climate Change: Mitigation and Adaptation supplementary table (led by ECCC): https://www.canada.ca/en/services/environment/weather/climatechange/pan-canadian-framework.html

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Footnote lvi

The National Trade Corridors Fund received funding from multiple funding sources under the IICP including Budget 2017 ($2,000,000,000 in total allocation), and an additional funding ($400,000,000 in total allocation) dispersed in Budget 2019 by the department of Finance for green infrastructure investments (see footnote 8). The figures presented for this program represent totals from these IICP funding sources. There are a number of additional approved NTCF projects, being funded through the $1.9B provided by Budget 2021 that recapitalized NTCF. These are not reported under the IICP.

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Footnote lvii

The Oceans Protection Plan is a 5 year Plan that is better positioning Canada’s marine safety system to prevent and respond to marine safety and pollution incidents, protecting and restoring marine habitats and ecosystems in key strategic areas, increasing the participation of Indigenous groups within Canada’s marine sector, and increasing knowledge of the behaviour and impacts of oil. The reimbursements claimed figure represents total federal actual spending as of March 31, 2021 across over 50 initiatives that are being implemented to ensure that our oceans are cleaner, healthier and safer now and for future generations. The Financial information for Transport Canada’s Ocean Protection Plan were updated to reflect actual funding and spending on a cash basis and inclusive of internal services.

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