Indigenous and Northern Affairs Canada (INAC)'s Innovation Fund provides funding to First Nation communities to build school facilities that are innovative, promote education reform or achieve cost savings.
Indigenous Services Canada (ISC) works with First Nations through the Capital Facilities and Maintenfance Program to provide financial and advisory assistance to First Nations in the development of their basic public infrastructure, including education facilities. The Enhanced Education Infrastructure Fund is part of the Capital Facilities and Maintenance Program.
Under the federal government's Investing in Canada Infrastructure Program, Alberta is receiving $2.1 billion for public transit over the next 10 years (2018-28). Eligible communities with existing transit authorities can apply for funding to improve or expand public transportation. The primary objective is to support new construction. Rehabilitation projects will be capped nationally at 15% [...]
Renewable and Alternative Energy focuses on grid modernization, energy storage and electricity generation to support energy development from individual technology components to systems-level integration. The future of electricity systems involves the generation, transmission, distribution and storage of energy using smart, data-enabled, and digital solutions. New opportunities for generation from geothermal to nuclear help in [...]
Indigenous Services Canada’s (ISC) Capital Facilities and Maintenance Program (CFMP) is the Government of Canada's main vehicle to support community infrastructure for First Nations on reserves.
The Basic Municipal Transportation Grant provides annual allocation-based financial assistance to municipalities for the development and implementation of a safe, effective, and integrated roadway network and transportation system within their jurisdiction. A well-developed and balanced regional/provincial transportation system encourages and supports the economic growth of Alberta, while improving transportation safety and promoting the quality [...]
The $10-billion Provincial-Territorial Infrastructure Component (PTIC) provides support for projects of national, local or regional significance. This includes the Small Communities Fund (PTIC–SCF) to provide $1 billion for projects in municipalities with fewer than 100,000 residents.
Municipalities can apply for funding for projects to develop and maintain local transportation infrastructure through the Strategic Transportation Infrastructure Program (STIP). The Strategic Transportation Infrastructure Program (STIP) provides funding to municipalities under 4 funding streams: Community Airport Program Local Road Bridge Program Resource Road Program Local Municipal Initiatives The program goals are to: improve accessibility [...]
Municipal Sustainability Initiative (MSI) helps support local infrastructure priorities and build strong, safe and resilient communities. Municipalities have been allocated $12.9 billion (including the Basic Municipal Transportation Grant) since the Municipal Sustainability Initiative (MSI) program launched in 2007. Communities have been able to build and rehabilitate: roadways and bridges water and wastewater systems public [...]
The Research Infrastructure stream coordinates with the Canada Foundation for Innovation (CFI) Innovation Fund to invest in transformative research infrastructure projects of strategic significance to the institutions and the province's priorities in the context of ARIF. These projects will secure and strengthen Alberta’s competitive position in research and technology development.