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 $8.5 billion from the Fund into about 11,700 local projects. Funds can be invested across 18 project categories to promote economic growth, strengthen communities, and improve the environment.

Updates & Profiles

December 01, 2022 • Project Profiles
The City of Cornwall is serving up large scale improvements to sports facilities in the coming year. Five tennis facilities in parks throughout the city will be upgraded over then next
November 30, 2022 • Project Profiles
Investments from the Canada Community-Building Fund helped the Township of Sioux Narrows-Nester Falls deal with an emergency situation in 2022. Unprecedented flooding this past spring
November 24, 2022 • Project Profiles
The Canada Community-Building Fund helped Kenora complete two major infrastructure projects in 2021. The municipality overhauled a stretch of Highway 17 and rehabilitated a local bridge
November 22, 2022 • Project Profiles
The Township of Stirling-Rawdon has started extensive roadwork that will rehabilitate the infrastructure in its downtown core. The Municipality is investing the Canada Community
November 15, 2022 • Project Profiles
Three new crosswalks will help pedestrians safely cross the road to access important services in Trent Lakes. Crosswalks are being installed on Lakehurst Road in Buckhorn, a community
November 14, 2022 • Project Profiles
A new multi-use trail in Brampton is promoting the use of urban active transportation to travel throughout the city. Peel Region invested the Canada Community-Building Fund into the