Investing in Canada plan: Infrastructure Canada Bilateral Agreements - Nunavut

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Community, Culture,
and Recreation

Rural and Northern

Funding Approved - Nunavut
2018 Funding
The following graphic represent this information: $31.28 Million of the $200.82 Million from Green Infrastructure Stream was approved. No money from the Public Transit Infrastructure Stream was approved yet. No money from the Community, Culture, and Recreation Stream was approved yet. $151.21 Million of the $151.21 Million from Rural and Northern Communities was approved.
2016 Funding
The following graphic represent this information: 77.11% of the total available money was approved. $39.19 Million of the $50.82 Million from Clean Water and Wastewater Fund was approved. No money from the Public Transit Infrastructure Fund was approved yet.


The Government of Canada is making an historic $180 billion investment in infrastructure through the Investing in Canada plan to build the communities of the 21st century. As part of this plan, the Government of Canada is signing new bilateral agreements with all provinces and territories that will see more than $33 billion in federal investment towards significant infrastructure projects across the country under three priority areas:

  • Green infrastructure;
  • Community, culture, and recreation infrastructure; and
  • Rural and northern communities.

On March 28, 2018, the Honourable Amarjeet Sohi, Minister of Infrastructure and Communities, and the Honourable Lorne Kusugak, territorial Minister of Community and Government Services, signed the bilateral agreement between Canada and Nunavut for long-term infrastructure projects. This agreement will provide more than $566 million over the next decade in federal funding under the Investing in Canada plan. The projects supported through this agreement will be cost-shared with the Nunavut government, municipalities and other partners.