Infrastructure in Indigenous communities
ISC works with First Nations governments and communities to support adequate and sustainable housing, clean drinking water and community infrastructure such as schools, roads and wastewater systems, which are essential to healthy, safe and prosperous communities.
Services and information
How ISC’s Extended Asset Condition Reporting System works and how to request additional information and apply for funding.
Ongoing and completed infrastructure projects in First Nations communities across Canada.
Supporting and investing in the immediate infrastructure needs of Indigenous communities for ongoing, new and shovel-ready projects.
How ISC helps First Nations provide sustainable housing on reserve.
How the Government of Canada works with First Nations to end long-term drinking water advisories and improve water and wastewater systems on reserve.
How ISC works with First Nations to provide financial and advisory help in the development of education facilities.
This program helps First Nations develop capacity for long-term infrastructure construction and maintenance planning.
How the plan helps First Nations build and maintain infrastructure in their communities.
ISC's efforts to support and fund community infrastructure for First Nations on reserve.
This fund helps First Nation communities develop their public infrastructure to improve quality of life.
Collaborating with First Nations partners to transform how infrastructure services are delivered.
Funding for infrastructure that supports the delivery of First Nations and Inuit health-related programs and services.
Initiatives to ensure Indigenous communities have access to reliable high-speed Internet.
The different stages of a community infrastructure project on reserves.
Find stories showcasing infrastructure and housing successes in Indigenous communities.
Find out about funding available for solid waste management projects on reserves.
Find forms for programs and services related to infrastructure and housing.