Investing in Manitoba Infographic

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Investing in Canada: $180 + billion infrastructure plan over 12 years

Investing in Manitoba

Initiatives under the plan:

  • Disaster Mitigation and Adaptation Fund: Mitigating current and future climate risks

    • Lake Manitoba/Lake St. Martin Outlet Channel Project ($247.5 M)
  • Canada Infrastructure Bank: Helping public dollars go further

  • Smart Cities Challenge: Empowering communities across the country to address local issues

    • Finalists: Town of The Pas, Opaskwayak Cree Nation Rural Municipality of Kelsey


Infrastructure Canada Bilateral Agreement with Manitoba: $1.1 billion

Public Transit icon

$546.1 million

Green Infrastructure icon

$451.8 million

Community, Culture and Recreation Infrastructure icon

$61.3 million

Rural and Northern Communities icon

$112.8 million

Cost Sharing Footnote *

For all projects under the bilateral agreement, Canada will contribute up to:

  • Indigenous Ultimate Recipients (Green, Community, Culture and Recreation and Rural and Northern Communities streams)
  • Municipalities with a population of less than 5,000 (Rural and Northern Communities stream)
  • Manitoba (Green, Community, Culture and Recreation, Rural and Northern Communities streams)
  • Municipalities with a population of 5,000 or more (Rural and Northern Communities stream)
  • Not-for-profit organizations (Rural and Northern Communities stream)
  • Public Transit Rehabilitation (Public Transit stream)
  • Municipalities and regional governments (Green and Community, Culture and Recreation streams)
  • Not-for-profit organizations (Green and Community, Culture and Recreation streams)
  • New construction and expansion of public transit and active transportation that connects citizens to public transit systems (Public Transit stream)
  • For-profit private sector (Green, Public Transit, and Rural and Northern Communities streams)

Projects in Manitoba

To explore Investing in Canada projects in your community, visit our new project map.


Footnote *

Reflects the signed agreement between Manitoba and the Government of Canada as of June 4, 2018. Does not include new flexibilities available to provinces and territories as announced in February 2019.

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