Strong, modern, world-class public infrastructure is a key factor in achieving the Government of Canada's priorities of a stronger economy, a cleaner environment and more prosperous, safer communities.
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|Infrastructure Canada was established as a department in August 2002. Since then, the department has worked to:|
Building CanadaThrough its Building Canada plan, the Government of Canada is implementing the largest infrastructure development program in over half a century. This historic $33-billion investment (2007-2014) is ensuring that Canada and Canadians benefit from world-class public infrastructure that is cost-effective.
PartnershipsInfrastructure Canada is working with other federal departments, provinces, territories, municipalities, the private sector and other stakeholders to enhance Canada's public infrastructure through strategic investments, key partnerships and sound policies. The result is stable, predictable, long-term funding and the expertise needed to build and improve infrastructure in communities across Canada.
Investing in Canada's futureInfrastructure Canada manages three categories of funds providing investments in Canada's priority infrastructure needs:
Economic Action Plan funds;
three funds that directly support the Building Canada plan (2007-2014); and
a number of sunsetting funds.
These investments are delivering economic, environmental and social benefits for Canadians.
Infrastructure Canada has the responsibility for overseeing and coordinating the Building Canada plan across participating federal departments and agencies.
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