Departmental Plan 2019-20
Horizontal Initiatives


General Information

Name of horizontal initiative

Investing in Canada Plan (IICP)

Lead department

Infrastructure Canada

Federal partner organization(s)

Canada Mortgage and Housing Corporation; Canadian Heritage; Employment and Social Development Canada; Environment and Climate Change Canada; Indigenous Services Canada; Crown-Indigenous Relations and Northern Affairs Canada; Innovation, Science and Economic Development Canada; Natural Resources Canada; Parks Canada; Public Health Agency of Canada; Public Safety Canada; Transport Canada.Footnote 1

Start date of the horizontal initiative

April 1, 2016

End date of the horizontal initiative

March 31, 2028

Description of the horizontal initiative

The IICP is the Government of Canada's national strategy to address Canada's aging infrastructure and rebuild the nation for the 21st Century. Through the Investing in Canada Plan, the Government of Canada is making historic new investments in infrastructure – more than doubling existing funding – to provide communities across the country with the tools they need to prosper and innovate. To do this, the federal government is investing more than $180 billion over 12 years in five main infrastructure priorities:

  • public transit infrastructure
  • green infrastructure
  • social infrastructure
  • trade and transportation infrastructure
  • rural and northern communities infrastructure

These investments will create long-term economic growth, build inclusive, sustainable communities and support a low carbon, green economy. The 7 intended expected outcomes of the IICP are:

  • Rate of economic growth is increased in an inclusive and sustainable way
  • Environmental quality is improved, GHG emissions are reduced and resilience of communities is increased
  • Improved urban mobility in Canadian communities
  • Housing is affordable and in good condition and homelessness is reduced year over year
  • Early learning and childcare is of high quality, affordable, flexible and inclusive
  • Canadian communities are more inclusive and accessible
  • Infrastructure is managed in a more sustainable way

The initial phase of the Plan, announced in Budget 2016, focused on laying a foundation in the short term by accelerating existing federal infrastructure investments and providing $14.4 billion in additional funding for the rehabilitation, repair, and modernization of existing infrastructure.

Budget 2017 built on this foundation with $81.2 billion in new funding, to be delivered over 11 years, starting in 2017-18.

The Government of Canada is working closely with partners and stakeholders to deliver this ambitious plan that will make a real difference to Canadians and their communities.

Governance structures

Governance committees are supported by INFC, as the lead department for the initiative.

The Deputy Ministers' Coordinating Committee (DMCC), is chaired by the Deputy Minister of Infrastructure Canada. The aim of the DMCC is to ensure interdepartmental coordination and oversight at the most senior officials level for the Investing in Canada Plan, and to support the Minister of Infrastructure and Communities to report to Cabinet and the Prime Minister. Assistant Deputy Ministers and Directors General responsible from departments delivering programs under the plan also engage as needed to support the implementation and the Plan.

In addition, there are working groups chaired by INFC to facilitate reporting, coordinated communications approach, information technology, and data and research.

Total federal funding allocated from start to end date (dollars)

$95,551,000,000 (includes new investments from Budget 2016 and Budget 2017 only)

Total federal planned spending to date (dollars)

$6,801,627,540Footnote 2

Total federal actual spending to date (dollars)

$3,238,756,062Footnote 3

Date of last renewal of the horizontal initiative 

Not applicable.

Total federal funding allocated at the last renewal and source of funding (dollars)

Not applicable.

Additional federal funding received after the last renewal (dollars)

Not applicable.

Total planned spending since the last renewal

Not applicable.

Total actual spending since the last renewal

Not applicable.

Fiscal year of planned completion of next evaluation

Not applicable.

Planning highlights

Going into 2019-20, all Budget 2016 and 2017 programs are launched and regular updates are collected by Infrastructure Canada and communicated to Canadians.

Canadians can view projects approved in their community on the Investing in Canada Project map and track program funding in an online table published on Infrastructure Canada's website. The first Progress Report for the IICP will also be published in May 2019.

Contact information

Sean Keenan
Director General
Economic Analysis and Results Directorate
180, Kent Street
Ottawa Ontario K1P 0B6
613-954-7786
sean.keenan@canada.ca


Horizontal Initiative Framework: Departmental Funding by Theme (dollars)

Horizontal initiative: Investing in Canada Plan

Shared outcomesFootnote 4:

  • Improve the resilience of communities and transition to a clean growth economy
  • Improve social inclusion and socio-economic outcomes of Canadians
  • Create long term growth

Name of theme

Social

Green

Public Transit

Trade & Transportation

Rural/North

Other

Internal Services

Theme outcome(s)

ERFootnote 51: Rate of economic growth is increased in an inclusive and sustainable way.

ER4: Housing is affordable and in good condition and homelessness is reduced year over year.

ER5: Early learning and childcare is of high quality, affordable, flexible and inclusive.

ER6: Canadian communities are more inclusive and accessible.

ER7: Infrastructure is managed in a more sustainable way

ER2: Environmental quality is improved, GHG emissions are reduced and resilience of communities is increased.

ER7: Infrastructure is managed in a more sustainable way.

ER3: Improved urban mobility in Canadian communities.

ER1: Rate of economic growth is increased in an inclusive and sustainable way.

ER2: Environmental quality is improved, GHG emissions are reduced and resilience of communities is increased.

ER6: Canadian communities are more inclusive and accessible.

ER6: Canadian communities are more inclusive and accessible.

ER7: Infrastructure is managed in a more sustainable way

Multiple ERs

N/A

Canadian Mortgage and Housing Corporation

$14,932,900,000

N/A

N/A

N/A

N/A

N/A

N/AFootnote 6

Canadian Heritage

$545,184,932

N/A

N/A

N/A

N/A

N/A

$1,611,955Footnote 7

Crown-Indigenous Relations and Northern Affairs

$200,000,000

$490,375,792

N/A

N/A

N/A

N/A

$2,780,007

Employment and Social Development CanadaFootnote 8

$5,293,141,020

N/A

N/A

N/A

N/A

N/A

N/AFootnote 9

Health Canada

$1,000,000,000

N/A

N/A

N/A

N/A

N/A

N/A

Public Health Agency of Canada

$15,400,000

N/A

N/A

N/A

N/A

N/A

N/A

Indigenous Services CanadaFootnote 10

$1,444,600,941

$2,232,955,928

N/A

N/A

N/A

N/A

$24,991,204

Parks Canada

$19,806,350

N/A

N/A

N/A

N/A

N/A

$0 (no additional funding)

Regional Development Agencies

$150,000,000Footnote 11

N/A

N/A

N/A

N/A

N/A

N/A

Infrastructure Canada

8,600,000,000Footnote 12

$13,592,300,000.00

$22,640,000,000

N/A

$2,400,000,000 (includes the $400M Arctic Energy Fund)

$15,030,000,000

N/AFootnote 13

Innovation, Science and Economic Development Canada

N/A

N/A

$150,000,000

N/A

$500,000,000

$2,000,000,000

$814,695

Transport Canada

N/A

N/A

N/A

$5,425,096,536

N/A

N/A

$24,298,287

Finance Canada

N/A

$2,000,000,000

N/A

N/A

N/A

N/A

$0Footnote 14

Environment and Climate Change Canada

N/A

$156,811,224

N/A

N/A

N/A

N/A

$ 7,282,318

Natural Resources Canada

N/A

$882,634,672

N/A

N/A

N/A

N/A

$16,503,482


Planning information

Horizontal initiative overview

Name of horizontal initiative

Total federal funding allocated since the last renewal* (dollars)

2019-20 Planned spending (dollars)

Horizontal initiative shared outcome(s)

Performance indicator(s)

Target(s)

Date to achieve target

Investing in Canada Plan

$93BFootnote 15

$7,565,325,139

Improve the resilience of communities and transition to a clean growth economy: Investments will build more modern and sustainable communities; support greenhouse gas (GHG) emissions reductions; ensure infrastructure can withstand the impacts of climate change and extreme weather; reduce water, air and soil pollution.

1. Percentage change in total national greenhouse gas emissions generated from energy, building, transportation, and waste sectors.

1. Reduce total national GHG emissions by 30% below 2005 levels by 2030 (national target).

March 31, 2030

2. Percentage of municipalities that built or enhanced their capacity to reduce GHG emissions and adapt to climate change as a result of federal fundingFootnote 16

2. 4.3%

March 31, 2020

3. Percentage of municipalities that built or enhanced their wastewater treatment system as a result of federal fundingFootnote 17

4. 5.2%

4. March 31, 2020

Improve social inclusion and socio-economic outcomes of Canadians:
Investments will build communities in which all Canadians have the opportunity to succeed by providing greater access to quality affordable housing, shelters, early learning and child care, cultural and recreational infrastructure, and reliable public transit. Investments will also support improved physical accessibility and safety for people with disabilities.

1. Number of households whose housing needs are significantly reduced or eliminated.

1. Remove 530,000 households out of housing needs

March 31, 2028

2. Estimated number of shelter users who are chronically homeless individuals.

2. 50% reduction by 2027-2028 from the 2016 estimated baseline of 27,000

March 31, 2028

3. Number of children in regulated child care spaces and/or early learning programs and or benefitting from subsidies (or other financial supports for child care)

3. To create up to 40,000 more affordable child care spaces. Jurisdiction-specific targets determined with P/Ts as per their respective areas of investment outlined in their action plan.

Tentative date for targets to be achieved is: March 2020

4. Number of community, cultural and recreational facilities that were enhanced or built as a result of federal funding, and are accessibleFootnote 18

4. 82

March 31, 2020

Create long term growth
Investments in 21st century infrastructure will strengthen Canada's economy for the future. In building smart cities, increasing the flow of trade through ports and airports, and by more efficiently moving goods and people through our congested cities, Canada will increase growth and create jobs for the middle class.

1. End-to-end transit time of containerized freight arriving from ports in AsiaFootnote 19

2. End-to-end transit time of a select grouping of commodities, such as grains, departing from Canada to AsiaFootnote 20

1. Average 25 days of end-to-end transit time

2. Average 38.5 days of end-to-end transit time

1. 2020-03-31

2. 2020-03-31

3. Change in real GDP attributable to federal investments in infrastructureFootnote 21

3. $44.2B

TBD


Theme 1: Social Infrastructure horizontal initiative activities

Name of theme

Total federal theme funding allocated since the last renewal* (dollars)

2019–20 Federal theme planned spending (dollars)

Theme outcome(s)

Theme performance indicator(s)

Theme target(s)

Date to achieve theme target

Social infrastructure

$25.3B

$1,539,592,249

ER4: Housing is affordable and in good condition and homelessness is reduced year over year.

Number of households for which housing need is reduced or eliminated

Housing need is reduced or eliminated for 530,000 households

March 31, 2028

Estimated number of shelter users who are chronically homeless individuals

50% reduction by 2027-2028 from the 2016 estimated baseline of 27,000

March 31, 2028

ER5: Early learning and childcare is of high quality, affordable, flexible and inclusive.

Number of children in regulated child care spaces and/or early learning programs and or benefitting from subsidies (or other financial supports for child care)

To create up to 40,000 more affordable child care spaces. Jurisdiction-specific targets determined with P/Ts as per their respective areas of investment outlined in their action plan.

March 31, 2020

ER6: Canadian communities are more inclusive and accessible

Number of community, cultural and recreational facilities that were enhanced or built as a result of federal funding, and are accessibleFootnote 22

82

March 31, 2020

Number of public transit systems that were enhanced or built as a result of federal funding, and are accessible Footnote 23

73

March 31, 2020


Theme 1: Social Infrastructure (detailed)

Departments

Link to the department's Program Inventory

Horizontal initiative activity (activities)

Total federal funding allocated to each horizontal initiative activity since the last renewal* (dollars)

2019–20 Planned spending for each horizontal initiative activity (dollars)

2019–20 Horizontal initiative activity expected result(s)

2019–20 Horizontal initiative activity performance indicator(s)

2019–20 Horizontal initiative activity target(s)

Date to achieve horizontal initiative activity target

Canada Mortgage and Housing Corporation

CR1  Assistance for Housing Needs

Investment in Affordable Housing

$504,400,000

N/A (no additional funding)

ER4: Housing is affordable and in good condition and homelessness is reduced year over year.

N/A (no additional funding)

CR1 Assistance for Housing Needs

Increasing Affordable Housing for Seniors

$200,700,000

N/A (no additional funding)

ER4: Housing is affordable and in good condition and homelessness is reduced year over year.

N/A (no additional funding)

CR1 Assistance for Housing Needs

Supporting Shelters for Victims of Family Violence

$89,900,000

N/A (no additional funding)

ER4: Housing is affordable and in good condition and homelessness is reduced year over year.

N/A (no additional funding)

CR1 Assistance for Housing Needs

Renovation and Retrofit of Social Housing

$573,900,000

N/A (no additional funding)

ER4: Housing is affordable and in good condition and homelessness is reduced year over year.

N/A (no additional funding)

CR1 Assistance for Housing Needs

Northern Housing

$97,700,000

N/A (no additional funding)

ER4: Housing is affordable and in good condition and homelessness is reduced year over year.

N/A (no additional funding)

CR1 Assistance for Housing Needs

Renovation and Retrofit On Reserve

$127,700,000

N/A (no additional funding)

ER4: Housing is affordable and in good condition and homelessness is reduced year over year.

N/A (no additional funding)

CR1 Assistance for Housing Needs

Shelters for First Nations Victims of Family Violence

$10,400,000

N/A (no additional funding)

ER4: Housing is affordable and in good condition and homelessness is reduced year over year.

N/A (no additional funding)

CR1 Assistance for Housing Needs

Aboriginal Capacity and Skills Development

$10,000,000

N/A (no additional funding)

ER4: Housing is affordable and in good condition and homelessness is reduced year over year.

N/A (no additional funding)

CR1 Assistance for Housing Needs

FPT Housing Partnership Framework

$7,740,000,000

$355,000,000

ER4: Housing is affordable and in good condition and homelessness is reduced year over year.

Number of new units

21,000 new units

March 31, 2028

Number of repaired units

128,000 repaired units

March 31, 2028

CR1 Assistance for Housing Needs

National Housing Co-Investment Fund

$4,523,700,000

$302,600,000

ER4: Housing is affordable and in good condition and homelessness is reduced year over year.

Number of new units

32,000 new units 

March 31, 2028

Number of repaired units

128,000 repaired units

March 31, 2028

CR1 Assistance for Housing Needs

Other National Housing
Strategy Initiatives

$1,054,500,000

$89,900,000

ER4: Housing is affordable and in good condition and homelessness is

TBDFootnote 24

TBD

TBD

Canadian Heritage

Arts

Canada Cultural Spaces Fund

$465,347,132

$29,776,565

ER6: Canadian communities are more inclusive and accessible.

Number of cultural infrastructure projects funded 

125 cultural infrastructure projects fundedFootnote 25

Annually

Number of unique communities receiving investments in cultural infrastructure

80 unique communities receive investments in cultural infrastructureFootnote 26

Annually

Official Languages

Community Educational Infrastructures

$79,837,800

$3,983,780

ER6: Canadian communities are more inclusive and accessible.

Number of community educational infrastructure projects for OLMCs funded by PCH in the provinces and territories

14 community educational infrastructure projects for OLMCs funded

March 31, 2023

Number of separate Official Language Minority Communities (OLMCs) receiving investments in community educational infrastructure projects

8 separate OLMCs received investments for community educational infrastructure projects 

March 31, 2023

Crown-Indigenous Relations and Northern Affairs Canada

Political Development, Intergovernmental and Inuit Relations

Inuit Housing 

$200,000,000

$40,000,000

ER4: Housing is affordable and in good condition and homelessness is reduced year over year.

Number of Housing Units Constructed

100 

March 31, 2020

Management & Treaty Implementation

Self-governing / Modern Treaty Groups

$8,000,000

$2,000,000

ER7: Infrastructure is managed in a more sustainable way

Percentage of groups who choose to receive directed, predictable funding for infrastructure priorities.

100%

March 31, 2020Footnote 27

Employment and Social Development Canada

Enabling Accessibility Fund

Enabling Accessibility Fund

$81,000,000

$7,700,000Footnote 28

ER6: Canadian communities are more inclusive and accessible.

Number of projects funded

 

 

 

190 additional projects funded in 2019-20:

  • 61 small projects
  • 4 mid-sized projects (multi-year funding)
  • 125 youth-led projects

March 31, 2020

Number of communities with funded projects.

77 communities with funded projects March 2020

March 31, 2020

Number of people with disabilities that will benefit from funded projects and number of job opportunities created or maintained as a result of the project.

To be developed by 2019-2020. 

TBD

Homelessness Partnering Strategy 

Homelessness Partnering Strategy

$165,800,000Footnote 29

N/A - No additional funding

ER4: Housing is affordable and in good condition and homelessness is reduced year over year.

N/A (additional funding)

Reaching HomeFootnote 30

Reaching Home

$2,075,000,000Footnote 31

$203,000,000Footnote 32

ER4: Housing is affordable and in good condition and homelessness is reduced year over year.

Estimated number of shelter users who are chronically homeless individuals

50% reduction by 2027-2028 from the 2016 estimated baseline of 27,000

March 31, 2028

Early Learning and Child Care

Early Learning and Child CareFootnote 33

$1,200,000,000

 $399,347,695

ER5: Early learning and childcare is of high quality, affordable, flexible and inclusive.

PI5.1: Number of children in regulated child care spaces and/or early learning programs

T5.1: Targets are currently to create up to 40,000 more affordable child care spaces.

March 31, 2020

PI5.2: Number of children receiving subsidies or other financial supports

T5.2: Targets are currently to create up to 40,000 more affordable child care spaces.

March 31, 2020

Union Training and Innovation Program

Women in Construction Fund

$10,000,000

$3,500,000

ER1: Rate of economic growth is increased in an inclusive and sustainable way.

PI1.1: Number of women reached through Women in Construction Fund projects

T1.1: Between 125 and 175 women reached per year for three years

March 31, 2020

Aboriginal Skills and Employment Training Strategy

First Nations and Inuit Child Care Initiative

$60,400,000

N/A

ER5: Early learning and childcare is of high quality, affordable, flexible and inclusive.

Budget 2017 funding delivered through First Nations and Inuit Child Care Initiative, Aboriginal Head Start on Reserve and Aboriginal Head Start in Urban and Northern Communities is being captured within the Indigenous Early Learning and Child Care Transformative Initiative, led by Employment and Social Development Canada. Under the Initiative, these three programs are being adapted to improve flexibility and coordination across federal departments to cohesively support the goals of the Indigenous Early Learning and Child Care Framework. 

Social Development

Indigenous Early Learning and Child Care Transformative Initiative

$1,705,000,000Footnote 34

$130,000,000Footnote 35

ER5: Early learning and childcare is of high quality, affordable, flexible and inclusive.

To be determined in collaboration with Indigenous Partners

To be determined in collaboration with Indigenous Partners

10 year initiative ending March 31, 2028

Health Canada

Home, Community & Palliative Care

Home CareFootnote 36 Infrastructure

$1,000,000,000

$250,000,000

N/A – Results reporting for this initiative can be found in the Home Care Infrastructure.

Public Health Agency of Canada

Health Promotion Program

Aboriginal Head Start in Urban and Northern Communities

$15,400,000

N/A (no additional funding)

ER5: Early learning and childcare is of high quality, affordable, flexible and inclusive.

N/A – results reporting for this initiative can be found under the new horizontal initiative led by EDSC: Indigenous Early Learning and Child Care initiativeFootnote 37

Indigenous Services Canada

Health Facilities

Aboriginal Head Start on Reserve 

$51,200,000

N/A (no additional funding)

ER5: Early learning and childcare is of high quality, affordable, flexible and inclusive.

N/A – results reporting for this initiative can be found under the new horizontal initiative led by EDSC: Indigenous Early Learning and Child Care initiativeFootnote 38

Health Facilities Program

$268,310,985

$35,573,898

ER6: Canadian communities are more inclusive and accessible. 

# of health facilities that have been replaced or undergone renovations as a result of Social Infrastructure Funding 

13

March 31, 2021

Other Community Infrastructure and Activities

First Nations Infrastructure Fund – Cultural and Recreational Centers B16

$75,064,862

N/A (No additional funding)

ER6: Canadian communities are more inclusive and accessible.

N/A (No additional funding)

Housing

Housing On-Reserve Housing Funds B16 

$414,759,346

N/A (No additional funding)

ER4: Housing is affordable and in good condition and homelessness is reduced year over year.

N/A (No additional funding)

Asset Management 

Capital Facilities and Maintenance Program

$14,996,995

$2,999,399 

ER7: Infrastructure is managed in a more sustainable way

The number of Indigenous communities supported for asset management, planning, systems and data management 

72

March 31, 2023

Improving Indigenous Communities

Health Facilities ProgramFootnote 39

$151,980,807Footnote 40

$46,098,111

ER6: Canadian communities are more inclusive and accessible.

 # of designs for new or replacement health facilities that were completed

 

11

March 31, 2021

On-Reserve Housing Funds B17

$595,529,070

$563,508,994 

ER4: Housing is affordable and in good condition
And homelessness is reduced year over year.

Percentage of First Nations housing that is adequateFootnote 41 as assessed and reported annually by First Nations

75%Footnote 42

March 31, 2021

Homes Innovation Initiatives B17

$24,739,683

$4,947,933 

  1. number of innovative construction projects funded
  2. number of additional ideas made shovel-ready
  3. number of projects presenting opportunities for scale-up and replicability
  1. Fund 15 innovative construction projects
  2. Make an additional 10 innovative ideas shovel-ready
  3. Identify minimum 3 projects that present opportunities for scale-up and replicability

2022-2023

Parks Canada

Other Heritage Places Conservation

National Cost-Sharing Program for Heritage Places

$19,806,350

N/A (No additional funding)

ER6: Canadian communities are more inclusive and accessible.

N/A (No additional funding)

Regional Development Agencies 

-

Canada 150 Community Infrastructure Program

$150,000,000

N/AFootnote 43

N/A

N/A

N/A

N/A

Infrastructure Canada

Investing in Canada Infrastructure Program

Investing in Canada Infrastructure Program (Cultural and Recreational ICIP)

$1,347,000,000

$40,960,496

ER6: Canadian communities are more inclusive and accessible.

Percentage of federally funded, public-facing infrastructure which will meet the highest published applicable accessibility standard in a respective jurisdiction

100% by the end of program

March 31, 2028


Theme 2: Green infrastructure horizontal initiative activities

Name of theme

Total federal theme funding allocated since the last renewal* (dollars)

2019–20 Federal theme planned spending (dollars)

Theme outcome(s)

Theme performance indicator(s)

Theme target(s)

Date to achieve theme target

Green infrastructure

$26.9B

$1,724,795,680

ER2: Environmental quality is improved, GHG emissions are reduced and resilience of communities is increased.

Percentage change in total national greenhouse gas emissions

Reduce total national GHG emissions by 30% below 2005 levels by 2030 (national target)

March 31, 2030

Percentage of municipalities that built or enhanced their capacity to reduce GHG emissions and adapt to climate change as a result of federal fundingFootnote 44.

4.3%

March 31, 2020

Percentage of municipalities that built or enhanced their wastewater treatment system as a result of federal fundingFootnote 45

4. 45.2%

4. March 31, 2020


Theme 2: Green infrastructure (details)

Departments

Link to the department's Program Inventory

Horizontal initiative  activity (activities)

Total federal funding allocated to each horizontal initiative activity since the last renewal* (dollars)

2019–20 Planned spending for each horizontal initiative activity (dollars)

2019–20 Horizontal initiative activity expected result(s)

2019–20 Horizontal initiative activity performance indicator(s)

2019–20 Horizontal initiative activity target(s)

Date to achieve horizontal initiative activity target

Infrastructure Canada

Investing in Canada Infrastructure Program

Investing in Canada Infrastructure Program (Green Stream)

$9,215,000,000

$322,012,578

ER2: Environmental quality is improved, GHG emissions are reduced and resilience of communities is increased.

Level of GHG emissions, as currently forecasted for the year 2030

10 Megatonnes (MT) reduction by the end of program

March 31, 2028

Investing in Canada Phase 1 – Funding Allocations for Provinces and Territories

Clean Water and Wastewater

$2,000,000,000

$553,713,655

ER2: Environmental quality is improved, GHG emissions are reduced and resilience of communities is increased.

Number of completed water and wastewater infrastructure projects


202

March 31, 2020

 

Codes, Guides and Specifications for Climate-Resilient Public Infrastructure

$40,000,000

 $9,000,000

ER2: Environmental quality is improved, GHG emissions are reduced and resilience of communities is increased.

Changes proposed to:

  • Model National Codes,
  • Electrical Code
  • Canadian Highway and Bridge Design Code

Proposed changes to code provisions developed and submitted to the:

  • Model National Codes,
  • Electrical Code
  • Canadian Highway and Bridge Design Code

March 31, 2021

Updates or development of:

  • Existing standards,
  • New standards,
  • New National Guidelines to improve resiliency of new/existing structures

Updates or development complete for:

  • 20+ existing standards,
  • 4 new standards,
  • 15+ new National Guidelines to improve the resiliency of new and existing infrastructure

Investing in Canada Plan Phase 1 – Funding for Federation of Canadian Municipalities

Federation of Canadian Municipalities - Municipal Asset Management Program

$50,000,000

$18,496,111

ER7: Infrastructure is managed in a more sustainable way.

Percentage of Canadian municipalities with improved asset management practices as a result of programFootnote 46

20% - 25%

October 2021

Investing in Canada  Plan Phase 1 – Funding for Federation of Canadian Municipalities

Federation of Canadian Municipalities - Municipalities for Climate Innovation Program

$75,000,000

$25,733,698

ER2: Environmental quality is improved, GHG emissions are reduced and resilience of communities is increased.

Number of tonnes of GHG emission expected to be reduced through program funded initiatives as a result of plans, studies, operational changes and pilot projectsFootnote 47



T2.1: 146,000 tonnes (one time total)

1.02 million tonnes (cumulative)

October 2021

ER7: Infrastructure is managed in a more sustainable way.

Percentage of Canadian municipalities with improved low carbon and resilience practices as a result of programFootnote 48

15% by the end of program

October 2021

New Building Canada Fund – Funding Allocations for Provinces and Territories

New Building Canada Fund - National and Regional ProjectsFootnote 49

$212,300,000

$49,500,000

ER2: Environmental quality is improved, GHG emissions are reduced and resilience of communities is increased

N/A -  Results only available at program completion

March 31, 2024

Disaster Mitigation and Adaptation Fund

Disaster Mitigation and Adaptation Fund

$2,000,000,000

TBDFootnote 50

ER2: Environmental quality is improved, GHG emissions are reduced and resilience of communities is increased

Percentage of increased community resilience

Increased community resilience by 4.5%

After each project completion.

Department of Finance

 

Reserved Green Funding

$2,000,000,000Footnote 51

TBD

ER2: Environmental quality is improved, GHG emissions are reduced and resilience of communities is increased.

TBD

TBD

TBD

Indigenous Services Canada

Improving Indigenous Communities

Water and Wastewater B17

$49,077,000

 NIL

See Water and Wastewater B16

See Water and Wastewater B16

See Water and Wastewater B16

2020-21

Water and Wastewater

Water and Wastewater B16

$1,819,883,997

$403,008,898

ER2: Environmental quality is improved, GHG emissions are reduced and resilience of communities is increased.

Number of long-term drinking water advisories affecting First Nations drinking water systems financially supported by INAC

0 Footnote 52

March 31, 2021Footnote 53

Percentage of on-reserve IISC-funded First Nations drinking water systems that have low risk rating

65%

March 31, 2021

Improving Indigenous Communities

Other Community Infrastructure B17

$349,153,376

$45,728,118

ER7: Infrastructure is managed in a more sustainable way.Footnote 54

Percentage of assets that are projected to remain operational for their life cycles

100%

 

March 31, 2027

Percentage of assets inspected in the last three years with a greater than fair condition rating

55%Footnote 55

 

 

Percentage of bridges inspected in the last three years with a greater than fair condition rating

60%Footnote 56

 

Percentage of roads inspected in the last three years with a greater than fair condition rating

47%Footnote 57

Engagement Proof of Concept B17

$14,841,555

$4,947,458

ER7: Infrastructure is managed in a more sustainable way.

The number of Indigenous communities reached through national awareness raising and engagement campaign activities

112

2020-2021

Environment and Climate Change Canada

Clean Growth and Climate Change Mitigation

Canadian Centre for Climate Services (CCCSFootnote 58)

$94,311,224

$9,974,532

ER2: Environmental quality is improved, GHG emissions are reduced and resilience of communities is increased.

As per the Infrastructure Canada Investing in Canada Plan horizontal management framework, the Canadian Centre for Climate Services initiatives will be fully reported through the Clean Growth and Climate Change Horizontal Initiative table led by Environment and Climate Change Canada.

Clean Growth and Climate Change Mitigation

Green Municipal Fund

$62,500,000

N/A - No additional funding

ER2: Environmental quality is improved, GHG emissions are reduced and resilience of communities is increased.

N/A - No additional funding

Crown-Indigenous Relations and Northern Affairs

Contaminated Sites (On-Reserve)

First Nations Waste Management Initiative

$408,900,000

$99,010,581

ER2: Environmental quality is improved, GHG emissions are reduced and resilience of communities is increased

N/A - Results reporting for this initiative can be found in the Pan-Canadian Framework on Clean Growth and Climate Change Horizontal Initiative

Climate Change Adaptation and Clean Energy

Climate Change Preparedness in the North Program – Implementation of Adaptations Actions in the North

$55,083,333

$5,000,000

ER2: Environmental quality is improved, GHG emissions are reduced and resilience of communities is increased

N/A - Results reporting for this initiative can be found in the Pan-Canadian Framework on Clean Growth and Climate Change Horizontal Initiative

First Nation Adapt Program - Flood Plain Mapping

$26,321,903

$5,434,514

N/A - Results reporting for this initiative can be found in the Pan-Canadian Framework on Clean Growth and Climate Change Horizontal Initiative

Indigenous Community Based Climate Monitoring

$70,556,898

$6,676,506

 

N/A - Results reporting for this initiative can be found in the Pan-Canadian Framework on Clean Growth and Climate Change Horizontal Initiative

Natural Resources Canada

Lower Carbon Transportation

Energy Innovation Program

Phase 2 - Electric Vehicles and Alternative Fuels Infrastructure

$118,189,021

 $30,394,163

ER2: Environmental quality is improved, GHG emissions are reduced and resilience of communities is increased.

Number of charging and refueling stations (by fuel type) planned, under development and completed through the program

900 electric vehicle charging stations, 15 natural gas charging stations, and 12 hydrogen refueling stations

March 31, 2024

Number of demonstration projects completed

5 – 8 demonstration projects completed

March 31, 2022


Number of new and/or revised published bi-national codes and standards for alternative fuels, vehicles or infrastructure

6 new or revised binational codes/ standards per year

Annually, starting in 2019 until 2022

Lower Carbon Transportation

Energy Innovation Program

Phase 1 - Electric Vehicle and Alternative Fuel Infrastructure Deployment and Technology Demonstration

$61,656,012

$11,054,285 (all related to technology demonstration)

ER2: Environmental quality is improved, GHG emissions are reduced and resilience of communities is increased.

Number of next-generation EV charging stations

More than 200 publicly available next-generation EV charging stations to be installed.

March 31, 2020


Number of charging and refueling stations (by fuel type) planned, under development and completed through the program


70 EV fast chargers, 6 natural gas refuelling stations and 2 hydrogen stations

March 31, 2020Footnote 59

Change in the technology readiness levels (TRLs) of technologies demonstrated

Increase in TRL for technologies supported through NRCan investments to TRL 7-9.

At the end of the three-year project

Electricity Resources

Regional Electricity Cooperation and Strategic Infrastructure

$2,245,130

N/A – no additional funding

ER2: Environmental quality is improved, GHG emissions are reduced and resilience of communities is increased.

N/A – no additional funding

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Building Resilience Adaptation Capacity and Expertise (BRACE)Footnote 60

$17,321,038

 $4,641,270

ER2: Environmental quality is improved, GHG emissions are reduced and resilience of communities is increased.

N/A
This initiative is reported through the Pan Canadian Framework for Clean Growth and Climate Change

Electricity Resources

Clean Energy for Rural and Remote Communities 

$213,733,132

$25,519,912

ER2: Environmental quality is improved, GHG emissions are reduced and resilience of communities is increased.

Increase in renewable energy megawatt production

40 MW of renewable energy capacity across all projects

March 31, 2025

Electricity Resources

Emerging Renewable Power

$198,612,635

 $49,703,083

ER2: Environmental quality is improved, GHG emissions are reduced and resilience of communities is increased.

Amount of megawatt capacity increased as a result of the program.

150 megawatts (MW) of electricity per year supported

March 31, 2023

Ratio of project investments made by NRCan and stakeholders, such as provinces and industry (investment ratio of NRCan and stakeholders)

Project investment ratio to increase to 1:3 in 2022-23 from 1:1 in 2018-19

March 31, 2023

Energy Efficiency

Energy Innovation Program

Energy Efficient Buildings

$170,123,009

 $20,554,543

ER2: Environmental quality is improved, GHG emissions are reduced and resilience of communities is increased.

Mt of GHG emissions reduced as a result of measures targeting energy efficiency in buildings

Energy efficiency improvements resulting in reductions of 11.2 Mt

March 31, 2030

Number of PTs that have adopted/adapted a retrofit code for existing residential buildings.

All signatories to the PCF have adopted/adapted a retrofit code for existing residential buildings

March 31, 2030

Percentage of new homes built in jurisdictions where net-zero energy ready code has been adopted/adapted

95% of new homes are built in jurisdictions where net-zero energy ready code has been adopted/adapted

March 31, 2030

Percentage of commercial and institutional building floor space registered in the ENERGY STAR Portfolio Manager

50%

March 31, 2026

Electricity Resources

Smart Grids

$98,754,695

 $24,691,775

ER2: Environmental quality is improved, GHG emissions are reduced and resilience of communities is increased.

Mt of GHG emissions reduced as a result of projects

0.9 Mt of annual GHG emission reductions

March 31, 2030


Theme 3: Public Transit horizontal initiative activities

Name of theme

Total federal theme funding allocated since the last renewal* (dollars)

2019–20 Federal theme planned spending (dollars)

Theme outcome(s)

Theme performance indicator(s)

Theme target(s)

Date to achieve theme target

Public transit

$28.7B

$2,842,363,508

ER3: Improved urban mobility in Canadian communities.

Modal share of public transit and active transportationFootnote 61

24.2%Footnote 62

December 2028

Percentage of Canadians living within 400 meters of a transit station or stopFootnote 63

TBDFootnote 64

TBD

Percentage of Canadians living within 1000 meters of a rapid transit stationFootnote 65

TBD

TBD


Theme 3: Public transit (details)

Departments

Link to the department's Program Inventory

Horizontal initiative activity (activities)

Total federal funding allocated to each horizontal initiative activity since the last renewal* (dollars)

2019–20 Planned spending for each horizontal initiative activity (dollars)

2019–20 Horizontal initiative activity expected result(s)

2019–20 Horizontal initiative activity performance indicator(s)

2019–20 Horizontal initiative activity target(s)

Date to achieve horizontal initiative activity target

Infrastructure Canada

Investing in Canada Plan Phase 1 – Funding Allocations for Provinces and Territories

Public Transit Infrastructure Fund

$3,400,000,000

$1,483,518,240

ER3: Mobility is improved in Canadian urban communities

Number of completed public transit infrastructure projects

368

March 31, 2020

Investing in Canada Infrastructure Program

Investing in Canada Infrastructure Program (Public Transit Stream)

$19,240,000,000

$1,358,845,268

ER3: Mobility is improved in Canadian urban communities

Percentage of individuals in a municipality with a transit system who live within the service area as defined by the jurisdiction or transit service

96% by the end of program

March 31, 2028


Theme 4: Trade and transportation horizontal initiative activities

Name of theme

Total federal theme funding allocated since the last renewal* (dollars)

2019–20 Federal theme planned spending (dollars)

Theme outcome(s)

Theme performance indicator(s)

Theme target(s)

Date to achieve theme target

Trade and transportation infrastructure

$10,100,000,000

$1,039,168,071Footnote 66

ER1: Rate of economic growth is increased in an inclusive and sustainable way.

% of the transportation sector's productivity (total productivity and labour productivity), measured for the transportation sector and by mode (freight, rail and air)

There are no specific targets for productivity growth 

2028


Theme 4: Trade and transportation (details)

Departments

Link to the department's Program Inventory

Horizontal initiative activity (activities)

Total federal funding allocated to each horizontal initiative activity since the last renewal* (dollars)

2019–20 Planned spending for each horizontal initiative activity (dollars)

2019–20 Horizontal initiative activity expected result(s)

2019–20 Horizontal initiative activity performance indicator(s)

2019–20 Horizontal initiative activity target(s)

Date to achieve horizontal initiative activity target

Transport Canada

Gateways and Corridors

Modernizing Transportation

$77,000,000

Remotely Piloted Aircraft Systems:
$6,797,404

ER1: Rate of economic growth is increased in an inclusive and sustainable way.

# of Pilot Certificates Issued

Total number of pilot certificates issued in Q3 of fiscal year 20/21 increases 10% compared to Q3 of fiscal year 19/20

Q3 Fiscal Year 2020-2021

# of BVLOS SFOCs issued

Total number of BVLOS SFOCs issued in fiscal year 20-21 increases 25% compared to fiscal year 19/20

Q4 Fiscal Year 2020-2021

Program to Advance Connectivity and Automation in Transportation Systems (ACATS): $2,173,472

ER1: Rate of economic growth is increased in an inclusive and sustainable way

Short term PI:
# of jurisdictions that report increased awareness of CAV considerations

Reported/observed increased awareness as a result of ACATS initiatives (increasing trend)

FY2021-22

Intermediate PI:
# of CAV policies, regulations, guidelines, and strategies developed by Canadian jurisdictions.
# of CAV projects undertaken by Canadian jurisdictions

5 Provinces and 5 municipalities that undertake CV/AV initiatives

3-5 policies, guidelines, and/or strategies developed

Ultimate PI:
# of jurisdictions that report they are better able to plan for and integrate CAV technologies into their systems

No specific target

CV/AV Regulatory Support Initiative
$1,196,099

ER1: Rate of economic growth is increased in an inclusive and sustainable way

Long Term PI:
Rate of fatalities in reportable road traffic collisions in Canada

1% reduction in the rate for current year as compared to the average of the previous five years

FY2021-22

Rate of serious injuries in reportable road traffic collisions in Canada

1% reduction in the rate for current year as compared to the average of the previous five years

% increase annually of companies testing AV/CV features in Canada

10 -50% yearly increase

National Trade Corridors Fund

$2,000,000,000

278,603,579Footnote 67

ER1: Rate of economic growth is increased in an inclusive and sustainable way. 

% of the transportation sector's productivity (total productivity and labour productivity), measured for the transportation sector and by mode (freight, rail and air)

There are no specific targets for productivity growth 

March 31, 2028

Trade and Transportation Information System

$50,000,000

$3,822,727Footnote 68

ER1: Rate of economic growth is increased in an inclusive and sustainable way.

2019-20 Number of partnerships and collaborations established

2019-20 Number of Partnerships to be established by Fall 2019 after one year of full operation of the CCTD

2019-2020
(Fall 2019)

Connecting Communities by Rail and Water

$1,925,000,000

VIA Rail: $324,200,000

ER6: Canadian communities are more inclusive and accessible.

% change in the number of passengers per year

Revenue per available seat mile/Cost per available seat mile (RASM/CASM ratio)

2 x GDP growth

 

 

RASM/CASM ratio =78%

Short-Term Targets

Marine Atlantic Inc: $120,500,000

ER6: Canadian communities are more inclusive and accessible.

Overall Cost recovery

On-time performance

Recovery time

Capacity utilization

65%

86-90%

Within 24 hours

70%

Ongoing

Protecting Oceans and Waterways

Oceans Protection Plan

$1,325,000,000

$301,874,790Footnote 69

ER2: Environmental quality is improved, GHG emissions are reduced and resilience of communities is increased.Footnote 70

Number of marine safety incidents and spills from vessels in Canada's waters

A reduction in the number of small oil spills and marine incidents relative to the number of vessel trips, compared with the average of the previous five years.

December 31, 2022

Clean Air Initiatives

Climate Risk Assessments

$16,400,000

N/A

ER2: Environmental quality is improved, GHG emissions are reduced and resilience of communities is increased.

This funding represents the Transportation Assets Risk Assessment initiative, which does not involve capital investments, and is fully reported on under the Pan Canadian Framework on Clean Growth and Climate Change, including under the Horizontal Management Framework for Clean Growth and Climate Change: Mitigation and Adaptation supplementary table (led by Environment and Climate Change Canada).

Clean Air Regulatory Framework and Oversight

Heavy-Duty Vehicle and Off-Road Regulations

$16,000,000

N/A

ER2: Environmental quality is improved, GHG emissions are reduced and resilience of communities is increased.

Transport Canada's initiative under the Heavy-Duty Vehicle Off-Road Regulations horizontal initiative is the Heavy-Duty Vehicle Retrofit Requirements Initiative. Transport Canada's Heavy-Duty Vehicle Retrofit Requirements Initiative is fully reported on under the Horizontal Management Framework for Clean Growth and Climate Change: Mitigation and Adaptation supplementary table (led by Environment and Climate Change Canada).


Theme 5: Rural and northern horizontal initiative activities

Name of theme

Total federal theme funding allocated since the last renewal* (dollars)

2019–20 Federal theme planned spending (dollars)

Theme outcome(s)

Theme performance indicator(s)

Theme target(s)

Date to achieve theme target

Rural and north infrastructure

$2B

$411,205,631

ER7: Infrastructure is managed in a more sustainable way

Remaining useful life of infrastructure assets Footnote 71

57.8%

March 31, 2020

Percentage of municipalities that strengthened their asset management practices as a result of federal funding Footnote 72

2.5%

March 31, 2020


Theme 5: Rural and northern details

Departments

Link to the department's Program Inventory

Horizontal initiative activity (activities)

Total federal funding allocated to each horizontal initiative activity since the last renewal* (dollars)

2019–20 Planned spending for each horizontal initiative activity (dollars)

2019–20 Horizontal initiative activity expected result(s)

2019–20 Horizontal initiative activity performance indicator(s)

2019–20 Horizontal initiative activity target(s)

Date to achieve horizontal initiative activity target

Infrastructure Canada

Investing in Canada Infrastructure Program

Arctic Energy Fund

$2,400,000,000 (includes the $400M Arctic Energy Fund)

$44,625,250

ER7: Infrastructure is managed in a more sustainable way

Physical condition of assets receiving investment

100% with a rating of 'Good' or better by the end of program

March 31, 2028

Investing in Canada Infrastructure Program

$105,738,739

Innovation, Science, and Economic Development Canada

Bridging Digital Divides

Connect to Innovate

$500,000,000

$258,841,642

 ER6: Canadian communities are more inclusive and accessible.

Number of communities targeted by Connect to Innovate projects that will build new backbone infrastructure

300

March 31, 2021


Theme 6: Other

Name of theme

Total federal theme funding allocated since the last renewal* (dollars)

2019–20 Federal theme planned spending (dollars)

Theme outcome(s)

Theme performance indicator(s)

Theme target(s)

Date to achieve theme target

N/A – they are projects that cross streamsFootnote 73

$17,450,000,000

$10,200,000

N/A

N/A

N/A

N/A


Theme 6: Other

Departments

Link to the department's Program Inventory

Horizontal initiative activity (activities)

Total federal funding allocated to each horizontal initiative activity since the last renewal* (dollars)

2019–20 Planned spending for each horizontal initiative activity (dollars)

2019–20 Horizontal initiative activity expected result(s)

2019–20 Horizontal initiative activity performance indicator(s)

2019–20 Horizontal initiative activity target(s)

Date to achieve horizontal initiative activity target

Innovation, Science and Economic Development Canada

 

Post-Secondary Institutions Strategic Investment FundFootnote 74

$2,000,000,000

N/A (no additional funding)

Infrastructure Canada

Canada Infrastructure Bank

Canada Infrastructure Bank

$15,000,000,000

The CIB, as a Crown corporation, annually submits a summary corporate plan and annual report to Parliament through the appropriate minister, the Minister of Infrastructure and Communities.

Infrastructure Canada

Smart Cities Challenge

Smart Cities Challenge

$300,000,000Footnote 75

$10,200,000

ER7: Infrastructure is managed in a more sustainable way

Increasing knowledge of smart cities approaches and innovation capacity in communities 

Year over year increase in the number (cumulative) of communities of all sizes across all Canadian regions taking part in Smart Cities Challenge activities

March 31, 2020

Innovation, Science and Economic Development Canada

Science, Technology, Research and Commercialization

Innovation Superclusters Initiative 

$150,000,000

N/AFootnote 76

N/A

N/A

N/A

N/A


Total spending, all themes

 

Total federal funding allocated since the last renewal*
(dollars)

2019–20 Total federal planned spending
(dollars)

Social infrastructure

$25.3B

$1,539,592,249

Green infrastructure

$26.9B

$1,724,795,680

Public transit infrastructure

$28.7B

$2,842,363,508

Trade and transportation infrastructure

$10.1B

$1,039,168,071

Rural and northern communities infrastructure

$2B

$409,205,631

Other

N/A

$10,200,000

Total, all themes

$93BFootnote 77

$7,565,325,139

Footnotes

Footnote 1

The Regional Development Agencies (RDAs) received funding for the Canada 150 Community Infrastructure Program. In order to avoid duplication of efforts, as they are already reporting through the separate Canada 150 Horizontal Initiative, they do not report under this Horizontal Initiative. RDAs are: Atlantic Canada Opportunities Agency; Canada Economic Development for Quebec Regions; Canadian Northern Economic Development Agency; Federal Economic Development Agency for Southern Ontario; Federal Economic Development Initiative for Northern Ontario; Western Economic Diversification Canada.

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Footnote 2

TBS requires report planned spending up to March 31, 2018, based on data from Finance Canada on summary reprofile 2016-2018. Tracking reflects the Budget 2016 and 2017 of the plan. It doesn't include existing funding.

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Footnote 3

TBS requires report on actual spending up from 2016 to March 31, 2018, based on value of funding flowed collected from OGD partners. Tracking reflects the Budget 2016 and 2017 of the plan. It doesn't include the existing funding.

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Footnote 4

The shared outcomes represent the 3 main objectives of the Investing in Canada Plan (IICP).

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Footnote 5

'ER' stands for 'Expected Results'. Each expected result represent 1 of the 7 intended outcomes of the IICP.

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Footnote 6

As a Crown Corporation, CMHC is not required to develop a Program Inventory for their Departmental Results Framework (DRF). CMHC reports at the Core Responsibility (CR) level and does not split Internal Services from other program costs. For information purposes, where applicable for Budget 2016 Programs which were announced prior to the conversion to DRF, the sub-program categories per the Program Activity Architecture (PAA) have been provided.

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Footnote 7

$1,551,785 (CCSF) + $60,170 (OL Portion)

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Footnote 8

The total amount allocated to ESDC isn't reported as there is an amount yet to be allocated for the Early Learning and Child Care program, where only $1.2B of $5.3B has been allocated.

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Footnote 9

More information regarding internal services planned expenditures can be found in the ESDC Departmental Plan.

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Footnote 10

The total amount allocated to ISC is not reported as there is an amount that is yet to be allocated related to the Improving Indigenous Communities program, and as such, of the total possible $6.6B (B2016+B2017), only $3.7B has been reported in this year's supplementary table.

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Footnote 11

The Regional Development Agencies (RDAs) received funding for the Canada 150 Community Infrastructure Program. In order to avoid duplication of efforts, as they are already reporting through the separate Canada 150 Horizontal Initiative, they do not report under this Horizontal Initiative. RDAs are: Atlantic Canada Opportunities Agency; Canada Economic Development for Quebec Regions; Canadian Northern Economic Development Agency; Federal Economic Development Agency for Southern Ontario; Federal Economic Development Initiative for Northern Ontario; Western Economic Diversification Canada.

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Footnote 12

Distributed between the three Theme Areas of Reduced GHG Emissions, Resilient Communities, Improved Environmental Quality

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Footnote 13

Information regarding internal services planned expenditures can be found in the INFC Departmental Plan.

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Footnote 14

Finance Canada does not deliver programs under the investing in Canada plan. However, $760M was transferred to Indigenous Services Canada. See Green theme for reporting.

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Footnote 15

Note that this amount only reflects the Budget 2016 and 2017 of the plan. It doesn't include the budget from the existing funding.

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Footnote 16

INFC DP 2019-20 Result 5, indicator 5.1

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Footnote 17

INFC DP 2019-20 Result 5, indicator 5.2

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Footnote 18

INFC DP 2019-20 Result 6, indicator 6.1

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Footnote 19

TC DP 2019-20 Result 7, indicator 7a

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Footnote 20

TC DP 2019-20 Result 7, indicator 7b

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Footnote 21

INFC's Departmental Result 3, indicator 3.1

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Footnote 22

INFC DP 2019-20 Result 6, indicator 6.1.

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Footnote 23

INFC DP 2019-20 Result 6, indicator 6.2.

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Footnote 24

Performance indicators and activity targets are still under development for some sub-components of this initiative.

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Footnote 25

The activity target is based upon the total available funding for the CCSF (ongoing and IICP), not simply the additional funds provided through the IICP.

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Footnote 26

The activity target is based upon the total available funding for the CCSF (ongoing and IICP), not simply the additional funds provided through the IICP.

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Footnote 27

March 31, 2020 is the date by which directed funding for 2019-20 must be provided to Modern Treaty and Self-Governing Indigenous Groups.

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Footnote 28

Of this amount, $7 million is allocated to grants and contributions and $700,000 to operating costs.

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Footnote 29

Of this amount, $1.072B is not funded through the Investing in Canada plan.

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Footnote 30

Reaching Home will replace the Homelessness Partnering Strategy April 1, 2019.

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Footnote 31

Of this amount, $1.004 billion is attributable to the Investing in Canada Plan.

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Footnote 32

Reaching Home has planned expenditures of $203,000,000 in 2019-2020. Of this, $84,000,000 is attributable to the Investing in Canada Plan in 2019-2020.

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Footnote 33

ESDC has received $7.5 billion in funding in Budgets 2016 and 2017 to support Early Learning and Child Care over 11 years. Authorities are secured for years 2017-2018 to 2019-2020. Subsequent approval will be required to access future funding.

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Footnote 34

The Government of Canada has committed up to $1.7 billion over 10 years (part of the $7.5 billion over 11 years to support Early Learning and Child Care) to advance the goals set out in the new Indigenous Early Learning and Child Care Framework, in partnership with Indigenous Peoples.

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Footnote 35

This amount will advance the goals of the Indigenous Early Learning and Child Care Framework, including to: enhance and expand early learning and child care programs and services; invest in early learning and child care partnerships and governance that empower Indigenous-led approaches; and strengthen the foundations of Indigenous Early Learning and Child Care through investments in culturally-grounded best practices.

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Footnote 36

As part of the federal $11B, 10-year commitment to invest in better home and community care and mental health and addiction initiatives, the $1B Home Care Infrastructure investment is being delivered to provinces and territories over four years, starting in 2018-19, through bilateral health agreements for home and community care and mental health and addictions. As of January 24, 2019, the federal government has signed and announced ten bilateral agreements. As these agreements are completed, they are posted here: https://www.canada.ca/en/health-canada/corporate/transparency/health-agreements/shared-health-priorities.html. Jurisdictions will be reporting the results of $11 billion investment through the Canadian Institute on Health Information based on a focused set of common indicators agreed to by FPT Health Ministers in June 2018.

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Footnote 37

This includes: First Nations and Inuit Child Care Initiative (ESDC), Aboriginal Head Start on Reserve (ISC), and Aboriginal Head Start in Urban and Northern Communities (PHAC).

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Footnote 38

This includes: First Nations and Inuit Child Care Initiative (ESDC), Aboriginal Head Start on Reserve (ISC), and Aboriginal Head Start in Urban and Northern Communities (PHAC).

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Footnote 39

Funding for the Health Facilities Program was announced for ten years under this initiative. However, only three years of funding for health facilities investments and five years of funding for a major construction project in Norway House, Manitoba was accessed via a Treasury Board submission in 2018-19, and subsequent approval will be required to access future funding.

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Footnote 40

$153,000,000 in funding for the Health Facilities Program was accessed via a Treasury Board submission in 2018-19. Under this initiative, planned spending for the Health Facilities Program is $46,400,000 in 2019-20 including centrally held funds for PWGSC and SSC, not represented in the table above.

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Footnote 41

Adequate is defined in the Year-end Reporting Handbook for the Housing Data Collection Instrument as dwellings that do not require major renovations and possess basic plumbing facilities, hot and cold running water, inside toilets, and installed baths or showers.

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Footnote 42

Baseline in 2011: 72%

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Footnote 43

The Regional Development Agencies (RDAs) received funding for the Canada 150 Community Infrastructure Program. In order to avoid duplication of efforts, as they are already reporting through the separate Canada 150 Horizontal Initiative, they do not report under this Horizontal Initiative. RDAs are: Atlantic Canada Opportunities Agency; Canada Economic Development for Quebec Regions; Canadian Northern Economic Development Agency; Federal Economic Development Agency for Southern Ontario; Federal Economic Development Initiative for Northern Ontario; Western Economic Diversification Canada.

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Footnote 44

INFC DP 2019-20 Result 5, indicator 5.1.

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Footnote 45

INFC DP 2019-20 Result 5, indicator 5.2

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Footnote 46

The number of municipalities for this indicator will be collected from reports from implementing partners working with municipalities, final reports from direct funding recipients, statistics from surveys conducted by third parties, and bi-annual follow-up surveys of participating municipalities. Improved practices can include, but are not limited to, gathering data and implementing asset management plans. This tally will include municipalities that receive services from eligible not-for-profit organizations that improve their AM practices thanks to MAMP.

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Footnote 47

This indicator will be collected from aggregation of final reports on capital projects and studies.

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Footnote 48

The number of Canadian municipalities will be collected from recipient reports of partnered climate networks.

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Footnote 49

The amount was used to fund a single project: Lion's Gate Wastewater Treatment Plant.

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Footnote 50

The recipients will be chosen May 2019 and planned spending will be determined at a later date.

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Footnote 51

$760,000,000 has been approved for the Northern Ontario Grid Connection Project. As of March 21, 2019, project agreements have yet to be finalized. For more reporting details, please see Indigenous Services Canada's Departmental Result Report.

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Footnote 52

On January 23, 2018, ISC expanded the commitment to eliminate long-term drinking water advisories affecting community water systems and public facilities on reserve. This resets the total number of long-term drinking water advisories to be eliminated on public water systems on-reserve to 105 on the baseline date of November 2015,

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Footnote 53

ISC set its target for long-term drinking water advisories affecting First Nations drinking water systems to 30 number by March 31, 2020.

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Footnote 54

Indigenous Services Canada has the information it needs to make strategic decisions and Indigenous communities have the information they need to allocate resources to manage their Indigenous Services Canada-funded infrastructure

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Footnote 55

2017 baseline:49%

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Footnote 56

2012 baseline: 54%

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Footnote 57

2011 baseline of 45%

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Footnote 58

The dollar amounts listed here differ from those published in Clean Growth and Climate Change Horizontal Initiative table because the amounts provided to Infrastructure do not include Public Service and Procurement Accommodation Costs, Shared Services Canada Information Technology Costs and existing funding.

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Footnote 59

NRCan surpassed the proposed targets for Phase 1 of the Electric Vehicle and Alternative Fuel Infrastructure Deployment initiative for each of the three refueling station types (electric charging, natural gas and hydrogen).

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Footnote 60

This also includes National Scale Knowledge Synthesis and Dissemination ($2,000,000) as they are reported together.

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Footnote 61

 INFC DP 2019-20 Result 4, indicator 4.2.

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Footnote 62

Note that discussions are ongoing with provinces and territories regarding this target.

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Footnote 63

INFC DP 2019-20 Result 4, indicator 4.1.

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Footnote 64

Target is under development as discussions are ongoing with provinces and territories.

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Footnote 65

Target is under development as discussions are ongoing with provinces and territories.

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Footnote 66

This amount includes $747,264 of employee benefit plans (EBP).

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Footnote 67

Includes $747,264 employee benefits package

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Footnote 68

Includes $3,129,517 of other operating costs and $694,210 salary and wage

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Footnote 69

The Oceans Protection Plan is a 5-year $1.5 billion initiative being delivered by Transport Canada, Environment and Climate Change Canada, Natural Resources Canada, Fisheries and Oceans Canada and the Canadian Coast Guard. Funding identified includes funds received by all participating departments under the Investing in Canada Plan and other sources.

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Footnote 70

ER2 has been identified as the applicable horizontal initiative activity expected result. The Strategic Outcome of the OPP is "A world-leading marine safety system for Canada's three coasts that protects marine ecosystems".

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Footnote 71

INFC's Departmental Result 2, indicator 2.3

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Footnote 72

INFC's Departmental Result 2, indicator 2.2

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Footnote 73

This theme reflects reporting under one program only, due to reporting exceptions and funding already spent.

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Footnote 74

PSI-SIF has no planned spending in 2019-20 because it has no program authority past March 31, 2019

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Footnote 75

In 2019-20 $15M of the $300M in funding allocated to the Smart Cities Challenge will be transferred to Indigenous Services Canada to support the implementation of the Indigenous Homes Innovation Initiative.

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Footnote 76

The $150M dedicated to the Superclusters initiative is part of a $950M envelope and will be reported separately. To get more information on this, please see the following link: https://www.ic.gc.ca/eic/site/093.nsf/eng/00008.html

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Footnote 77

Note that this amount only reflects the Budget 2016 and 2017 of the plan. It doesn't include the budget from the existing funding.

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