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

August 03, 2022 • Project Profiles
A bridge improvement project funded by the Canada Community-Building Fund will make the town of Listowel more pedestrian and traffic-friendly. The municipality began construction in May
August 02, 2022 • Project Profiles
The Paul J. Yakabuski Community Centre in Barry’s Bay is a mainstay in the local community. Home to an indoor ice pad and upstairs lounge area, the community centre hosts private events
July 29, 2022 • Project Profiles
A well-travelled bridge in the City of Kenora is now safer and sturdier thanks to the Canada Community-Building Fund. Kenora’s Lajuenesse Bridge was rehabilitated in 2021, including
July 21, 2022 • Project Profiles
The City of Belleville broke ground on a large-scale infrastructure project this past week on Albion Street in the city. Albion Street is a prominent north-south connection on the city
July 15, 2022 • Project Profiles
A piece of Oakville’s history has been restored into a beautiful community space. The Oakville Museum Coach House has a rich history dating back to 1899. The heritage landmark
July 12, 2022 • Project Profiles
A full bridge replacement in the Township of Sables-Spanish will improve safety and eliminate traffic hazards. The Caldwell Bridge at Lee Valley and Burns Crossover Road is more than 50