On June 4, 2018, Minister of Honour For Infrastructure and Communities Amarjeet Sohi and Municipal Relations Minister Jeff Wharton announced the signing of the Canada-Manitoba bilateral agreement on long-term infrastructure projects. This agreement will provide more than $1.1 billion in federal funding over the next 10 years under the Investment Plan in Canada. Projects supported under this agreement will be shared with the Manitoba government, municipalities and other partners. The governments of Canada and Saskatchewan signed a bilateral agreement for the Infrastructure Investment Program in Canada (IPC) in October 2018. The program will provide more than $896 million in federal funding over 10 years by 2028 for all types of Saskatchewan infrastructure projects. Eligible municipalities can apply for funding to improve and develop existing public transportation systems. Sub-flows Investments in the fight against climate change for greenhouse gas (GHG) emissions Eligible projects must meet at least one of the following results: increased capacity to manage greater renewable energy; Improved access to clean energy transport; Improving the energy efficiency of buildings; Improved clean energy production includes ineligible projects: intercity, rail, port and ferry infrastructure that are not part of a public transport system; Energy modernization projects, with a few exceptions; The infrastructure of the emergency services; Projects eligible for the low-carbon fund. Investments in adaptation, resilience and disaster preparedness allow for greater adaptation and resilience to the effects of climate change and disaster preparedness. Eligible projects must achieve the following result: — increase structural and/or enhanced natural capacity to adapt to the effects of climate change, natural disasters and/or extreme weather events. Ineligible projects include: — relocation of entire communities; Discusses seismic risks; The infrastructure of the emergency services. Invest in environmental quality to ensure that more communities can provide clean air and clean water to their citizens.
Eligible projects must meet one of the following results: — increase the capacity to treat and/or manage wastewater and stormwater; Improved access to safe drinking water Increased capacity to reduce and/or rehabilitate soil and/or air pollutants of eligible applicants — A municipal or regional government — a public body created by a provincial statute or by decree or 100% owned by a municipal or regional government — non-profit organisations — in the framework of cooperation with a municipality, A public or non-profit organization that, in accordance with the provisions of provincial or federal law or the Royal Charter, has the authority, directly or indirectly, to provide post-secondary courses or programs that result in recognized and transferable post-secondary registration information — for-profit organizations when collaborating with one or more of the above-mentioned entities or with an Aboriginal government cited below — The following Aboriginal final beneficiaries 1) a board of directors within the meaning of Section 2 of Indian Law; 2) a First Nation, An Inuit government or a Métis government or authority, established in law by Canada and a Canadian indigenous people on the basis of an autonomy agreement or general land agreement between Her Majesty the Queen and an indigenous people of Canada, has been approved, effective and validated by federal legislation; 3) a First Nation, Inuit or Métis government, founded by or by laws, whether federal or provincial, that includes a governance structure; and 4) a not-for-profit organization with a central mandate to improve Aboriginal outcomes, and collaborates with one or more of the aforementioned Aboriginal institutions, a community or New Brunswick.