The Canada Community-Building Fund

The Canada Community-Building Fund provides permanent and stable funding for local infrastructure

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AMO administers the Fund to 443 municipalities in Ontario.

Canadian municipalities receive over $2 billion from the Canada Community-Building Fund each year; Ontario's share is over $800 million. Funds are distributed to communities across the province on a per-capita basis.

Since its launch in 2005, municipalities receiving Canada Community-Building funds through AMO have invested nearly $7.0 billion from the Fund into about 9,750 local projects. Funds can be invested across 18 project categories to promote economic growth, strengthen communities, and improve the environment.

Updates

October 20, 2021 • Project Profiles
The City of Hamilton has made significant improvements to one of its community sports fields using investments from the Canada Community-Building Fund. The Melissa Tancredi soccer pitch
October 18, 2021 • Blog
AMO’s Canada Community-Building Fund Team hosted two virtual information sessions on October 12 and October 14. With over 200 attendees present, the team presented Fund updates
October 15, 2021 • Project Profiles
The Town of Hunstville has completed a significant road rehabilitation project using investments from the Canada Community-Building Fund. Last year, the Town approved use of the fund
October 12, 2021 • Project Profiles
A new library is taking shape on the east side of Waterloo. In 2020, the City dedicated a portion of its Canada Community-Building Fund investment to building the Eastside Branch
October 08, 2021 • News Releases
Toronto, Ontario, August 16, 2021 – An innovative energy-saving project has earned the City of London a 2021 AMO federal Gas Tax/Canada Community-Building Fund (CCBF) award. The award
October 07, 2021 • Project Profiles
The City of Richmond Hill is investing in keeping its community clean and waste-free. Using investments from the Canada Community-Building Fund, Richmond Hill installed recycling