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 (formerly known as the federal Gas Tax 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 CCBF funds through AMO have invested nearly $9.3 billion from the Fund into about 12,700 local projects. Funds can be invested across 18 project categories to promote economic growth, strengthen communities, and improve the environment.

Updates & Profiles

November 24, 2023 • Project Profiles
The Town of Collingwood is getting efficient with the transition to LED lights at Town-owned facilities. The Town retrofitted 12 municipal properties, including the arenas, Town Hall
November 21, 2023 • Project Profiles
The CCBF allowed the Municipality of Trent Lakes to prioritize a vital roads project that was impacting safety and travel time for motorists. In 2023, staff spent a week replacing a
November 16, 2023 • Project Profiles
The Municipality of South Bruce invested $711,065 to replace the Falconer Bridge on Concession 2 in Culross. The original bridge was more than 70 years old, and was a cast-in-place
November 13, 2023 • Project Profiles
A roadway assessed to be in poor condition in the Town of Grand Valley was a priority CCBF project in 2022 and 2023. Concession Road 8-9 between Sideroad 27-28 and Sideroad 24-25 was
November 10, 2023 • Project Profiles
A road expansion project in the northern Ontario community of Pickle Lake will have a major impact on the local community. Pickle Lake is in the midst of a 10-km reconstruction of
November 06, 2023 • Project Profiles
The Town of Oakville is improving travel along Sixth Line, an arterial roadway that provides an important north-south travel route for residents and visitors. Using funding in part from