Infrastructure in Indigenous communities
Support for adequate and sustainable housing, clean drinking water and community infrastructure such as schools, roads and wastewater systems.
Services and information
The programs in the Green Infrastructure stream support greener communities by contributing to climate change preparedness, reducing greenhouse gas emissions and supporting renewable technologies in Canada.
The programs in the Social infrastructure stream support the provision of adequate and affordable housing and child care, as well as community, cultural and recreational facilities.
More than 19,000 ongoing and completed infrastructure projects in Indigenous communities across Canada.
More than $4 billion to support the immediate infrastructure needs of Indigenous communities for ongoing, new and shovel-ready projects.
Partnering to advance First Nations self-determination in housing and community infrastructure.
Programs to provide sustainable housing on reserve.
Ending long-term drinking water advisories and improving water and wastewater systems on reserve.
Financial and advisory support for the development of education facilities.
This program helps First Nations communities manage, operate and maintain infrastructure.
Guidance for Indigenous Services Canada (ISC) infrastructure funding in First Nation communities.
How the plan helps First Nations build and maintain infrastructure in their communities.
Support for First Nations community infrastructure on reserve.
Funding for First Nations communities to improve community infrastructure.
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.
Funding for solid waste management projects on reserves.
Find forms for programs and services related to infrastructure and housing.