Municipalities to receive funding for 72 infrastructure projects
December 13, 2017 By Ground Water Canada
Ottawa – Infrastructure Canada and the Federation of Canadian Municipalities together will fund 72 infrastructure initiatives in communities across Canada through three funding programs. Projects include an aquifer capability and ground water vulnerability mapping in Springfield, Man.
The three programs are the Municipalities for Climate Innovation Program, the Municipal Asset Management Program, and the Green Municipal Fund, according to a news release from Infrastructure Canada.
Under the funding, the City of Coquitlam, B.C., is studying new and emerging technologies to harvest and store sources of renewable energy in order to reduce corporate emissions, and Gatineau, Que., is carrying out a climate change adaptation feasibility study that will strategically increase the quality and quantity of vegetation and open green spaces.
The funding programs are delivered by the Federation of Canadian Municipalities and funded by the Government of Canada.
These 72 initiatives in 71 communities have been approved for funding amounting to just over $5.3 million.
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