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This component of the Local Government Fiscal Framework (LGFF) supports local governments by funding capacity building activities, municipal services and planning activities. In addition, local governments have the flexibility to use their operating funding to assist non-profit organizations to carry out eligible activities.
February 16, 2024
The Local Government Fiscal Framework (LGFF) Capital online portal will be launched in 2024. This component of the program provides capital funding to local governments to support projects that: develop, improve, maintain, or otherwise alter infrastructure assets in Alberta communities facilitate the resiliency and livability of local communities support local and provincial economic activities Funding […]
The Resiliency and Public Trust Program enables stakeholders to gain resiliency and build public trust in Alberta’s agriculture and agri-food sectors. This includes opportunities for better awareness and education about industry best practices and the development, adoption and enhancement of assurance systems that will help to build trust and resiliency in the industry. Maximums You […]
The Alberta Community Justice Grant program helps: build a framework to resolve legal issues within a community setting improve coordination and enhance capacity of community-based programs working with criminal, family, and civil matters support the development of community-driven alternatives to the formal legal system
ClimateWest has launched the Adaptation in Action Program, a call for project proposals that advance climate adaptation in Alberta, Saskatchewan, and Manitoba. ClimateWest has a total of $300,000 in funding available to support approved projects. Up to $50,000 may be awarded per project proposal. Funding will be awarded based on the rated criteria and feasibility […]
Community Energy Conservation (CEC) program is expected to launch in 2024. The program will provide financial rebates to municipalities to help identify energy-saving opportunities and implement retrofit projects in municipally-owned facilities. Building on the success of the Recreation Energy Conservation (REC) program, this program will help facilities improve productivity, save energy, and save money.
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