Investing in Canada Infrastructure Program: Projects Under Review
Infrastructure is key to building back better. It helps create jobs, grow the economy, fight climate change, and improve quality of life for all Canadians.
Since March 2020, Infrastructure Canada alone has approved more than 3,600 projects under the Investing in Canada Infrastructure Program, a historic amount of projects representing nearly $10 billion in federal investments.
See which infrastructure projects are benefiting your community.
And the Government of Canada has committed to doing a lot more, with over $17 billion in new investments going to support public transit, green and inclusive buildings, and other community infrastructure projects through the Gas Tax Fund (Canada Community-Building Fund) and the Canada Healthy Communities Initiative.
Infrastructure Canada is also committed to openness and transparency: Below are Investing in Canada Infrastructure Program projects we are actively working on.
Projects Under Review
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Frequently asked questions
Why is my project not listed here?
If your project is not listed, it could be that we have not received it. Please contact your Province/Territory to see if they have submitted it, or check out projects that have already been approved.
How long does it take to receive a funding decision?
For projects seeking funding under the Ministers' delegated authority, Infrastructure Canada will provide the province or territory with a funding decision within 60 days of receiving a complete application.
Projects seeking funding outside the Ministers' delegated authority also require approval by the Treasury Board. Examples include, but are not limited to, projects seeking more than $50 million federal contribution. Projects that fall in to this category may receive a funding decision beyond the standard 60 days.
How often is this data updated?
The table reflects the most recent available data, and is updated on a weekly basis.
What do the different statuses mean?
An application is deemed under review when it is being looked at by the department to determine whether all necessary and required information is present and meets all program requirements.
An application is deemed incomplete when required information is omitted. Infrastructure Canada returns the application to the province or territory for completion. The province or territory works with the proponent to complete the application and returns it to the department for assessment.
An application is deemed decision made when all review is complete, but the outcome has not yet been announced.
Once funding is approved and announced, projects will appear on the Investing in Canada plan project map and project list, and the Government of Canada's Open Data Portal. Project funding is contingent on all conditions being met, including environmental assessment and duty to consult requirements.
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