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The Provincial Territorial Infrastructure Component (PTIC) is a part of the New Building Canada Fund (NBCF). PTIC is divided into two sub-components; up to $9 billion Canada-wide in federal funding for National and Regional Projects (PTIC-NRP) and a minimum of $1 billion dedicated to projects located in communities of fewer than 100,000 residents through the Small Communities Fund (PTIC-SCF).
The program provides Saskatchewan with $436.7 million in federal funding between 2014 and 2024:
The Government of Saskatchewan will typically match the federal funding amount for any approved PTIC projects based on a one-third share from each partner.
In addition to the PTIC, Canada will provide $11.9 billion in new funding over the next two to three years including $2.0 billion for Phase One of the Clean Water and Wastewater Fund (CWWF), which will provide up to 50 per cent federal maximum funding for eligible infrastructure projects. Under Phase One of CWWF, Saskatchewan will receive $89.3 million in federal funds for water, wastewater and storm water projects over two to three years. Saskatchewan has committed to provide an additional $44.2 million and fund up to 25 per cent of eligible project cost. The majority of CWWF projects will be completed by March 31, 2019.
The PTIC and CWWF programs provides funding for infrastructure projects of national, regional and local significance that support:
To support a wide range of infrastructure needs, the PTIC program is divided into two categories:
The CWWF program targets projects that can be designed and constructed over a short term, and will contribute to the rehabilitation of drinking water, wastewater and storm water systems. CWWF projects would include (but not be limited to) lagoon construction/repair, water main replacement, pumping station replacement/upgrades, lift station replacement/upgrades, water treatment plant improvements, force main replacement/upgrades, wastewater or storm water collection system upgrades and source water improvements.
Visit Infrastructure Canada Projects (since 2002) on the Government of Canada's website to view the list of infrastructure projects approved in Saskatchewan.
To view by program, select the program abbreviation in the listing.
Download, complete and submit the following PDF forms to request payment:
If you have any questions about the PTIC and CWWF funding programs, contact Municipal Infrastructure and Finance by email at email@example.com or call us at 306-787-1262.
Learn more about the PTIC-NRP, PTIC-SCF and CWWF programs by visiting the following Government of Canada websites:
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