The Canada Infrastructure Bank (CIB) is a Crown corporation that operates at arm’s length from government and is governed by a pan-Canadian Board of Directors. The CIB’s purpose is to invest $35 billion in revenue-generating infrastructure which benefits Canadians and attracts private capital. Its investments focus on priority sectors: green infrastructure, clean power, public transit, trade and transportation and broadband infrastructure.
The $10 billion Growth Plan announced in Fall 2020 aims to stimulate jobs for Canadians and strengthen Canada’s economy through new infrastructure investments. The Growth Plan is focused on investing in transit for cleaner commutes including zero-emission buses, clean power, green infrastructure with focus on energy efficiency building retrofits, digital connectivity to significantly increase broadband access, and agriculture-related infrastructure in the context of trade and transportation expansion. As well, the Growth Plan includes the potential to accelerate project development and early works on projects.
Funding commitments in the Growth Plan include:
- $1.5 Billion for Zero-Emission Buses
- $2.5 Billion for Clean Power
- $2 Billion for Energy-efficient Building Retrofits
How to apply
Rolling intake of applications to support the following:
- Zero-Emission Buses
- Clean Power
- Energy-efficient Building Retrofits
- Large Scale Broadband
- Agriculture Infrastructure
- Project Acceleration