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

September 29, 2023 • Announcements
Every year, municipalities across Ontario invest the Canada Community-Building Fund into priority infrastructure projects that have a tangible, local impact within their communities
September 28, 2023 • Project Profiles
Residents in the community of Galt in the City of Cambridge have a new place to play. The new playground at Angewood Park is a true example of collaboration between Cambridge residents
September 22, 2023 • Project Profiles
A vital bridge in the District Municipality of Muskoka that has served travellers in the community for many years is receiving some much-needed work. The Acton Island bridge has been
September 20, 2023 •
Severe weather events are becoming everyday occurrences as climate change progresses. The County of Huron is preparing today for the future impacts of climate change on its
September 14, 2023 • Project Profiles
Fort William Stadium in Thunder Bay looks incredible following a major overhaul, funded in-part by the Canada Community-Building Fund. The CCBF helped fund a $4.4 million renovation to
September 08, 2023 • Project Profiles
Hastings County has invested the Canada Community-Building Fund into the purchase of a multi-use rural trail system, ensuring locals and tourists can continue using it for years to come