The Community Facility Enhancement Program aims to foster healthy, vibrant communities across Alberta. The program has been designed to support the efforts of organizations that contribute to their communities and to create opportunities for Albertans to engage with their communities. The program responds to local facility enhancement needs and works in partnership with eligible nonprofit organizations to assist communities with acquisition, construction, upgrade, or redevelopment of public-use community facilities.
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With a national allocation of $500 million over two years, the Canadian Community Revitalization Fund’s purpose is to support not-for-profit organizations, municipalities and other public institutions, as well as Indigenous communities on the road to economic recovery.
Mitacs connects municipalities of all sizes with post-secondary researchers for innovative projects ensuring Canadians develop the best public policies to create vibrant and healthy communities.
program helps municipally-owned recreation facilities reduce energy use and Greenhouse gas emissions by providing financial rebates to help identify energy-saving opportunities and implement energy-saving projects. Get funding for up to 100% of costs for scoping audits and engineering studies that inform investment decisions. Then access more funding, up to 75% of costs, for implementing energy efficient retrofits.
Supports municipalities to manage growth pressures and become sustainable with public infrastructure and operating funding.
Up to $964 million over four years is available for smart renewable energy and grid modernization projects. Provides direct financial support to eligible renewable energy and grid modernization projects during the construction phase. Projects must use market ready technologies and apply workplace equity, diversity, and inclusion components.
Provides financing for energy retrofits projects on infrastructure portfolios owned and/or managed by the public sector.
Provides financing for decarbonization retrofits in privately-owned commercial, industrial and multi-unit residential buildings in Canada. Building owners can apply for financing to retrofit one or more of their buildings, provided that the total investment exceeds $25M.
Supports municipal, non-profit, and cooperative housing providers in measurably improving the energy efficiency and affordability of existing and new affordable housing units.
Energy efficiency financing programs for low-rise residential properties. Supports feasibility studies, pilot and capital projects.