Monday, August 15, 2022

Tag: Investing in Canada Infrastructure Program

Canada, Manitoba and Thompson invest in a new $15M aquatic facility

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The governments of Canada and Manitoba announced funding to build a new aquatic facility in the City of Thompson. “The new City of Thompson Aquatic...

Canada and Quebec provide over $18M in funding to build a...

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The governments of Canada and Quebec announced more than $18 million in funding to build an arena in Magog. "Today, we're delivering the goods in...

$110M in federal-provincial funding for 57 infrastructure projects across B.C.

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The governments of Canada and British Columbia announced more than $110.3 million in joint federal-provincial funding for 57 community, recreation, and green infrastructure projects...

Investing in new water infrastructure projects in Charlottetown

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The governments of Canada and Prince Edward Island announced joint funding for two related water infrastructure projects in Charlottetown. Funding will support a study of...

Improvements coming for Vancouver’s Brentwood SkyTrain station

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The governments of Canada and British Columbia announced funding for major upgrades to Vancouver's Brentwood SkyTrain Station. The Brentwood Town Centre Station is part of...

Kootenay receives $46M in funding towards sewage treatment project

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The Regional District of Kootenay Boundary (RDKB) has received $46,115,037 from the governments of Canada and British Columbia through the Investing in Canada Infrastructure...

$19.2M in investments for B.C. drinking water and wastewater infrastructure

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The governments of British Columbia and Canada announced more than $19.2 million in joint funding for four projects in British Columbia to support drinking...

Kelowna to expand sewer infrastructure with $9M grant

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The City of Kelowna announced it will receive funding worth more than $9 million through the Investing in Canada Infrastructure Program-Green Infrastructure grant program. The...

Manitoba to advance phase two of North End Water Pollution Control...

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The Manitoba government and the City of Winnipeg have agreed to advance an application for phase two of the North End Water Pollution Control...

What comes next for Canadian infrastructure?

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By Hunter Doubt and Jess Neilson Veteran political journalist Chantal Hébert may have delivered the most appropriate synopsis of last week’s federal election results by...
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