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The Re-Open Saskatchewan plan was released on April 23rd.

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Community Airport Partnership Program

The Community Airport Partnership (CAP) is a program that provides funding for regional, community-owned airports in Saskatchewan.

Funding is available for the rehabilitation, construction and capital improvements of airport infrastructure.

For more information about the program and eligibility criteria, review the CAP Application Guide.

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1. Eligibility

Eligible applicants include regionally focused, community-owned airports. Eligible airports should support:

  • Economic development;
  • Access to surrounding communities;
  • Air ambulance and medevac operations;
  • Commercial operations; and
  • Aviation safety.

Any infrastructure eligible for Airports Capital Assistance Program is ineligible for CAP funding.

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2. How to apply

The application intake for 2020-21 projects will begin sometime in January 2020. Applications are open for two months between January and March.

Application Guidelines - CAP

Once applications open, an application link will appear on this page.

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3. Apply

Applications are now open. The deadline to apply is March 20, 2020 at 11:59 p.m.

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4. Further Information

Applications will be reviewed to ensure they meet acceptable engineering and environmental standards. The applicant must notify the Ministry of Highways and Infrastructure of any changes to the project cost or scope as soon as possible. The applicant is responsible for any additional costs exceeding the approved project funding.

Review Process

The evaluation and ranking of projects will be completed by an independent review panel consisting of representatives from the Saskatchewan Aviation Council (SAC) and operations specialists from the Regina Airport Authority (RAA), the Saskatoon Airport Authority (SAA), Saskatchewan Urban Municipalities Association (SUMA) and the ministry. The panel will prioritize projects through an objective, consensual process. Preference will be given to communities that partner with other communities and businesses.

All CAP projects are subject to ministry approval and the current fiscal year's budget appropriation. Once a project has been approved, the applicant will be expected to enter into a contribution agreement with the Government of Saskatchewan.

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