Federal Launch of the New Building Canada Fund Programs

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On March 28, 2014, the federal government launched the New Building Canada Fund programs. Ontario is committed to working with the federal government to move forward on priority projects.

Learn more.

New Infrastructure Planning Legislation Proposed

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The government is proposing new legislation that, if passed, would promote strategic infrastructure planning, building on the long-term infrastructure plan from 2011.

Read the News release.

Building Today: Current Infrastructure Projects

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Across Ontario, we’re working to build our communities – our schools, hospitals, roads and bridges. From new construction to critical repairs and key expansions, we’re meeting our growing needs, one project at time.  

Explore what’s being built in your community and across Ontario.

Implementation of the Small Rural and Northern Municipal Infrastructure Fund

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Building on the Municipal Infrastructure Strategy, the implementation of the new Small, Rural & Northern Municipal Infrastructure Fund is underway.

This fund includes $71M for critical capital infrastructure projects. The first stage of the application process closed November 1, 2013.

Read more about the fund.

Amended Growth Plan for the Greater Golden Horseshoe

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Ontario is helping to ensure that families in the Simcoe area continue to enjoy good jobs, strong communities and a healthy environment. The Growth Plan for the Greater Golden Horseshoe now includes an amendment that allows the County of Simcoe and the cities of Barrie and Orillia to grow, while curbing urban sprawl, and continuing to protect green spaces and valuable farmland.

Read more about this made-in-Simcoe vision
Read the news release

Growth Plan for Northern Ontario

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The Growth Plan for Northern Ontario, 2011, is a 25-year plan that was released on March 4, 2011. The Plan guides provincial decision-making and investment now and in the future.
Read more about The Growth Plan for Northern Ontario