Investing in Canada Infrastructure Program (ICIP)

On August 16, 2018, Canada and the Province entered into a new ten-year funding agreement herein referred to as the Investing in Canada Infrastructure Program (ICIP). Funding will be made available under the following four funding streams as well as three subcategories:

  1. Public Transit
  2. Community, Culture and Recreation
  3. Rural and Northern Communities
  4. Green Infrastructure, consisting of the following three sub-streams
    1. Climate Change Mitigation
    2. Adaption, Resilience and Disaster Mitigation
    3. Environmental Quality (this includes water & wastewater projects)

ICIP Program Open for Applications

Currently the ICIP program is open for application submissions until 4:00 PM on April 26, 2019, for Municipalities, Not-for-Profit groups, Profit groups, Indigenous people, Government departments and Crown Corporations. Application forms, guidelines as well as Aboriginal Consultation & Environment Assessment forms for all funding categories are available directly below for downloading by clicking on the blue hyperlinks. 

Aboriginal Consultation & Environmental Assessment Form

Adaptation, Resilience and Disaster Mitigation Application

Adaptation, Resilience and Disaster Mitigation Guidelines

Climate Change Mitigation Application

Climate Change Mitigation Guidelines

Community, Culture & Recreation Application

Community, Culture & Recreation Guidelines

Environmental Quality Application

Environmental Quality Guidelines

Rural & Northern Communities Application

Rural & Northern Communities Guidelines

Public Transit Application- Please contact the Infrastructure Secretariat

Public Transit Guidelines- Please contact the Infrastructure Secretariat

Other Documentation 

A “Climate lens Assessment” may be required depending on the funding stream being considered, and if the estimated total eligible cost of the project exceeds $10 million dollars. The assessment has two components: a GHG mitigation assessment, which will measure the anticipated GHG emissions impact of an infrastructure project, and a climate change resilience assessment, which will employ a risk management approach to anticipate, prevent, withstand, respond to, and recover from a climate change related disruption or impact. A climate lens guidance document can be download by clicking on the blue hyperlink directly below.

Climate Lens Assessment Guidance Document

A “Community Employment Benefits” guidance document containing reporting requirements can be download by clicking on the blue hyperlink directly below.

Community Employment Benefits Guidance Document

 

Upcoming Information Sessions:

Municipalities Queens Kings Prince

Date

March 20 March 21 March 22
Time 2:00-3:30 2:00-3:30 2:00-3:30
Location Charlottetown Inn and Conference Centre - Cavendish and Brackley Room Lanes Riverhouse Inn & Cottages - Banquet Room Rodd Mill River

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Profits/Non Profits Queens Kings Prince

Date

March 27 March 28 March 29
Time 2:00-3:30 2:00-3:30 2:00-3:30
Location Charlottetown Inn and Conference Centre - Stanhope A & B Room Lanes Riverhouse Inn & Cottages - Banquet Room Loyalist Inn Empire 2 Room

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Indigenous Groups Queens

Date

March 18
Time 2:00-3:30
Location

Hotel on Pownal - Pownal Room

 

 

 

 

 

 

Crown Corps/Government Queens

Date

March 25
Time 2:00-3:30
Location

Hotel on Pownal - Pownal Room

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Published date: 
March 8, 2019
Transportation, Infrastructure and Energy

General Inquiries

Department of Transportation, Infrastructure and Energy
3rd Floor, Jones Building
11 Kent Street,
P.O. Box 2000,
Charlottetown, PE C1A 7N8

Phone: 902-368-5100
Fax: 902-368-5395

Highway Safety/Access PEI Inquiries: accesspeicharlottetown@gov.pe.ca

Road-Related Inquiries: roads@gov.pe.ca

All other TIE inquiries: 

DeptTIE@gov.pe.ca

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