Investing in Canada plan: Infrastructure Canada Bilateral Agreements - Ontario

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See how investments in Public Transit, Green, Community, Culture, and Recreation and Rural and Northern Communities are being used in your province and municipality.


Public Transit


Green


Community, Culture,
and Recreation


Rural and Northern
Communities

Ontario

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 four priority areas:

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

On March 14, 2018, the Honourable Amarjeet Sohi, Minister of Infrastructure and Communities, and the Honourable Bob Chiarelli, Ontario Minister of Infrastructure, signed the bilateral agreement between Canada and Ontario for long-term infrastructure projects. This agreement will provide more than $11.8 billion 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 Ontario government, municipalities and other partners.

Funding Approved - Ontario
2018 Funding
The following graphic represent this information: 9.07% of the total available money was approved. $603.00 Million of the $2.25 Billion from Green Infrastructure Stream was approved. $180.88 Million of the $7.47 Billion from Public Transit Infrastructure Stream was approved. $17.50 Million of the $407.16 Million from Community, Culture, and Recreation Stream was approved. $144.01 Million of the $297.83 Million from Rural and Northern Communities was approved.
2016 Funding
The following graphic represent this information: 98.62% of the total available money was approved. $535.01 Million of the $564.41 Million from Clean Water and Wastewater Fund was approved. $1.48 Billion of the $1.48 Billion from Public Transit Infrastructure Fund was approved.
* $418M subject to approval from Treasury Board of Canada

Ontario's Transit Allocation (by community)

The Public Transit stream will provide provinces, territories and municipalities with funding to address the new construction, expansion, and improvement and rehabilitation of public transit infrastructure.

The table below provides an overview of the maximum transit allocations for municipalities in Ontario.

Municipality Maximum Transit Allocation

Bancroft

$84,308

Barrie

$23,417,948

Belleville

$8,200,178

Blind River

$12,533

Bradford West Gwillimbury

$231,115

Brampton

$191,638,418

Brantford

$14,371,517

Brockville

$1,062,382

Burlington

$18,086,988

Chapleau

$29,888

Chatham-Kent

$1,975,116

Clarence-Rockland

$1,370,440

Cobourg

$1,007,022

Cochrane

$58,772

Collingwood

$2,002,443

Cornwall

$7,275,292

Cramahe

$26,278

Deseronto

$154,191

Dryden

$40,457

Durham Region

$94,998,054

Dysart et Al

$13,664

Elliot Lake

$934,885

Espanola

$49,370

Fort Erie

$524,115

Fort Frances

$193,680

Greater Sudbury

$39,761,939

Greenstone

$18,251

Guelph

$58,213,891

Halton Hills

$567,794

Hamilton

$204,382,601

Hanover

$307,125

Hearst

$104,134

Huntsville

$262,107

Ingersoll

$35,915

Kapuskasing

$159,820

Kawartha Lakes

$946,802

Kenora

$617,146

Kingston

$42,885,998

Lanark County

$152,925

LaSalle

$28,341

Leamington

$257,818

London

$204,878,185

Loyalist Township

$898,527

Machin

$8,759

Marmora and Lake

$41,208

Meaford

$40,258

Metrolinx

$593,117,749

Midland

$491,648

Milton

$3,920,679

Mississauga

$338,998,745

Niagara Falls

$20,718,476

Niagara Region

$1,860,821

Niagara-on-the-Lake

$148,916

Norfolk County

$64,455

North Bay

$14,537,626

North Perth

$75,793

Oakville

$26,524,525

Orangeville

$1,019,880

Orillia

$6,862,649

Ottawa

$881,370,164

Owen Sound

$1,842,316

Parry Sound

$9,302

Peel

$5,596,750

Pembroke

$131,017

Perth East

$106,749

Peterborough City

$31,174,174

Peterborough County

$23,970

Point Edward

$234,997

Port Colborne

$239,042

Port Hope

$567,124

Prince Edward County

$71,893

Quinte West

$815,586

Renfrew

$352,007

Russell

$475,279

Sarnia

$11,080,716

Sault Ste Marie

$17,413,757

Schreiber

$16,840

St. Catharines

$47,032,154

St. Marys

$105,274

St. Thomas

$2,214,728

Stratford

$5,667,014

Tecumseh

$254,579

Temiskaming Shores

$1,248,733

Thorold

$2,962,303

Thunder Bay

$33,263,287

Timmins

$8,432,904

Toronto

$4,896,575,759

Trent Hills

$36,349

Wasaga Beach

$656,517

Waterloo Region

$187,011,925

Wawa

$10,795

Welland

$7,835,892

West Elgin

$24,649

West Perth

$35,064

Windsor

$57,910,359

Woodstock

$3,260,913

York Region

$203,643,532

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