CCBF - Municipal Strategic Component

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The Municipal Strategic Component (MSC) of the Canada Community-Building Fund (CCBF) is targeted at making a transformative difference in the sustainability and future prosperity of local government and unincorporated areas across PEI. Funding is available to Island municipalities and eligible non-profit, for-profit and NGO organizations undertaking projects of significant benefit to a community.

Project submissions are reviewed twice yearly with funding approved in priority categories as follows:

Priority projects:

First consideration will be given to projects related to:

  • Drinking Water
  • Wastewater, including storm sewer separation to address CWSMMWE
  • Capacity Building, investing in growth management and land use planning
    • MSC will fund up to 90% of eligible costs for a municipality to develop its Official Plan and Land-use bylaws. Additional funding for municipal growth management may be available through Municipal Affairs Division (separate application required). For more information, review the Municipal Affairs application process and funding guidelines at Municipal Growth Management Studies.

Second priority projects:

Second-priority projects undertaken in conjunction with a priority project may receive a higher approval ranking.

Consideration will be given to projects that support development or improvements in:

  • Broadband connectivity
  • Community infrastructure to support tourism, culture, recreation, or sport
  • Disaster mitigation
  • Green infrastructure, i.e.  community energy systems, brownfield redevelopment, and solid waste
  • Capacity Building, ie. asset management and sustainability planning.
  • Transportation infrastructure, i.e. local roads and bridges, highways, public transit, short-sea shipping, short-line rail, and regional and local airports.

Find more information in Municipal Strategic Component 2019-2024 Guidelines and Criteria

What is the process to apply?

There are two application intakes every year (spring and fall). Applicants seeking a project submission review for completeness and eligibility are advised to submit their application at least eight weeks before the submission deadline.

  • Fall submission deadline: 4th Friday of September
  • Spring submission deadline: 3rd Friday in March

For application assistance contact the Infrastructure Secretariat at 902-626-8757 or 1-888-240-4411.

Download the xlsx application at CCBF – Municipal Strategic Component Application.

 

 

 

 

 

Date de publication : 
le 16 Mars 2023
Transports et Infrastructure

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