Province and Federal Government Announce Clean Water and Wastewater Funding Agreement

Today the federal and provincial governments announced a bilateral agreement that will make more than $1.1 billion of combined funding (federal government will provide $570 million, provincial government will fund $270 million, and municipalities and first nations will make up the rest) available to municipalities and First Nations communities under the Clean Water and Wastewater Fund (CWWF). As part of the announcement the government also revealed an initial list of 41 projects that have been approved for funding under the program:

Location Project Name Federal Funding Provincial Funding Anticipated Start Date

City of Barrie

Hotchkiss Creek Expansion- Essa, Anne to Gowan

$2,200,000

$1,100,000

January 1, 2017

City of Barrie

Memorial Square Redevelopment – flood prevention

$175,000

$87,500

January 2, 2017

City of Barrie

Sanitary Servicing – Royal Oak, Bay, Cottage (Federal Funding Name: Sanitary Servicing to Reduce Phosphorus to Lake Simcoe- Royal Oak, Bay, Cottage)

$5,950,000

$2,975,000

January 1, 2017

City of Barrie

Stormwater Management Pond Retrofit – Hotchkiss Creek at Bryne Drive

$226,500

$113,250

January 1, 2017

City of Barrie

Water, Wastewater and Stormwater Master Plans and Needs Studies

$900,000

$450,000

September 30, 2016

City of Brampton

Environmental Assessment Strategic Plan and Sustainability Framework for the Downtown Etobicoke Creek Revitalization Project

$175,000

$87,500

January 30, 2017

City of Brampton

Etobicoke Creek Valley Landfill Assessment

$150,000

$75,000

January 30, 2017

City of Brampton

Storm Sewer Network Assessment

$625,000

$312,500

January 30, 2017

City of Brampton

Central Area Storm Sewer Modelling

$600,000

$300,000

January 30, 2017

City of Brampton

Upper 9 Stormwater Management Pond Retrofit

$325,000

$162,500

April 1, 2017

City of Brampton

Stormwater Management Pond Retrofits

$1,000,000

$500,000

April 1, 2017

City of Brampton

Stormwater Management Pond Sediment Removal

$800,000

$400,000

January 30, 2017

City of Brampton

Modulation of Thermal Effects in Stormwater Management Pond Discharge

$196,192

$98,096

January 30, 2017

City of Brampton

Integrated Stormwater Management for Erosion Control

$1,000,000

$500,000

January 30, 2017

City of Brampton

Fletcher’s Creek Roadway Stormwater Conveyance Control

$500,000

$250,000

January 30, 2017

City of Greater Sudbury

1st Avenue – upgrade to main water line in Coniston

$1,935,000

$967,500

November 1, 2016

City of Greater Sudbury

Spruce Street – upgrade of water main water line

$2,128,500

$1,064,250

November 1, 2016

City of Greater Sudbury

York Street – Regent Street to Paris Street – Water Main Lining

$250,000

$125,000

May 1, 2017

City of Greater Sudbury

Strathmere Court – Robinson Drive East to Robinson Drive West – Water Main Lining

$125,000

$62,500

May 1, 2017

City of Greater Sudbury

Mikkola Road – Culvert Replacement at Kantola Road

$80,000

$40,000

May 1, 2017

City of Greater Sudbury

Westmount Avenue – Culvert Replacement – Greenvale Court

$255,000

$127,500

May 1, 2017

City of Greater Sudbury

Yorkshire Drive – Culvert Replacement near Sewer Plant

$125,000

$62,500

May 1, 2017

City of Greater Sudbury

Manninen Road – Culvert Replacement

$90,000

$45,000

May 1, 2017

City of Greater Sudbury

Edward Avenue – Culvert Replacement

$90,000

$45,000

May 1, 2017

City of Greater Sudbury

Seguin Street – Culvert Replacement

$120,000

$60,000

May 1, 2017

City of Greater Sudbury

Nickel Basin Road – McKenzie Creek Culvert Replacement

$250,000

$125,000

May 1, 2017

City of Greater Sudbury

MR55 – Culvert Replacement

$315,000

$157,500

May 1, 2017

City of Greater Sudbury

Tilton Lake Road – Culvert Replacement

$165,000

$82,500

May 1, 2017

City of Greater Sudbury

Strathmere Court – Robinson Drive East to Robinson Drive West – Sewer Main Lining

$50,000

$25,000

May 1, 2017

City of Greater Sudbury

York Street – Regent Street to Paris Street – Sewer Main Lining

$55,000

$27,500

May 1, 2017

City of Greater Sudbury

Stormwater Asset Management Plan

$200,000

$100,000

January 15, 2017

City of Greater Sudbury

David Street – Storm Water Outlet Treatment Station – Design & Construction

$800,000

$400,000

October 15, 2016

City of Guelph

Metcalfe Street Reconstruction – Phase 1

$1,797,890

$898,945

October 1, 2016

City of Guelph

Snow Disposal Facility Upgrade

$2,500,000

$1,250,000

October 1, 2016

City of Guelph

Stormwater Management and Pond Maintenance

$750,000

$375,000

January 1, 2017

City of Toronto

Essroc Quay Lake Filling and Naturalization – Port Lands Flood Protection

$32,500,000

$16,250,000

October 1, 2016

Municipality of Wawa

Membrane Filters at Water Treatment Plant

$60,262

$30,131

January 1, 2017

Regional Municipality of Waterloo

Hespeler Wastewater Treatment Plant Upgrades

$2,000,000

$1,000,000

July 1, 2016

Regional Municipality of Waterloo

Preston Wastewater Treatment Plan Upgrades

$1,500,000

$750,000

June 1, 2016

Regional Municipality of Waterloo

Foxboro Wastewater Treatment Plant Upgrades

$1,500,000

$750,000

April 1, 2017

Regional Municipality of Waterloo

Mannheim Reservoirs Inlet Piping Upgrades

$2,115,979

$1,057,990

July 1, 2016

For more:

News Release: Canada and Ontario Reach Agreement Under the New Clean Water and Wastewater Fund

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