Strategic outcome and program descriptions
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Office of Infrastructure of Canada
Strategic outcome 1
Public Infrastructure for a More Prosperous Canada.
Program 1.1: Funding for Provincial-Territorial Priorities
This program provides predictable funding to each province and territory to enhance Canada's public infrastructure system. Federal payments to provinces and territories are made in accordance with the terms and conditions of signed funding agreements, including federal acceptance of Capital Plans and Expenditure Reports. Funding through this program leverages additional contributions from other funding partners to increase overall investment in public infrastructure for Canadians. Payments may be made up-front and cost-sharing provisions apply to a Capital Plan as a whole, and not the individual initiatives within a Capital Plan. This program uses funding from the following transfer payment: the Provincial-Territorial Infrastructure Base Fund.
Program 1.2: Permanent and Flexible Infrastructure Funding
In support of community infrastructure for Canadians, this program provides long-term, predictable and flexible funding for municipalities, supporting long-term municipal planning and asset management in order to address infrastructure priorities. Funding is provided to build and rehabilitate public infrastructure based on overall compliance with the terms and conditions of the governing funding agreements. Federal funding is provided up-front and does not need to be utilized in the year it was provided. Funding is provided under the renewed Gas Tax Fund.
Program 1.3: Investments in National Infrastructure Priorities
This program directs funding to infrastructure projects that help to advance national priorities that are important to Canadians. Funding through this program typically leverages additional contributions from other funding partners for eligible infrastructure projects. Funding is merit-based and is provided on a competitive basis for most of these transfer payment programs. Payments are provided based on eligible costs incurred with respect to signed contribution agreements. This program uses funding from the following transfer payments: the New Building Canada Fund-National Infrastructure Component, Green Infrastructure Fund, Border Infrastructure Fund and the Inuvik to Tuktoyaktuk Highway Fund.
Program 1.4: Large-scale Infrastructure Investments
This program invests in infrastructure projects of national, regional and/or local significance. Funding through this program leverages additional contributions from other funding partners for eligible infrastructure projects. Funding may be jurisdictionally allocated. Actual payments are provided based on eligible costs incurred with respect to signed contribution agreements. This program uses funding from the following transfer payments: the New Building Canada Fund-Provincial-Territorial Infrastructure Component-National and Regional Projects, Building Canada Fund-Major Infrastructure Component and the Canada Strategic Infrastructure Fund.
Program 1.5: Infrastructure Investments in Small Communities and Rural Areas
This program invests in infrastructure projects in small communities and rural areas in support of local and/or regional priorities and economies. Funding through this program leverages additional contributions from other funding partners for eligible infrastructure projects. Funding may be jurisdictionally allocated. Payments are provided based on eligible costs incurred with respect to signed contribution agreements. This program uses funding from the following transfer payments: the New Building Canada Fund-Provincial-Territorial Infrastructure Component-Small Communities Fund, Building Canada Fund- Communities Component and the National Recreational Trails program.
Program 1.6: New Bridge for the St. Lawrence Corridor Project
In support of national, provincial and regional priorities and economies, this program provides funding for infrastructure projects for the new bridge for the St. Lawrence trade corridor in Montreal, Quebec. Infrastructure Canada is the project authority charged with delivering this project which will provide a safe, secure and efficient crossing for local residents and commuters and commercial traffic in the Montreal region. The new bridge will contribute to the increased capacity and efficiency of gateway and corridor infrastructure in the region, and nationally. The project is to be carried out as a public-private partnership.
Strategic outcome 2
The following program supports all strategic outcomes within this organization
Program 2.1: Internal Services
The Internal services program supports all strategic outcomes and is common across government. Internal services are groups of related activities and resources that are administered to support the needs of programs and other corporate obligations of an organization. These groups are: Management and oversight services; Communications services; Legal services; Human resources management services; Financial management services; Information management services; Information technology services; Real property services; Material services; Acquisition services; and Travel and other administrative services. Internal services include only those activities and resources that apply across an organization and not to those provided specifically to a program.
The Jacques Cartier and Champlain Bridges Inc.
Strategic outcome 1
Safe and efficient transit on the infrastructure maintained, operated and managed by the Jacques Cartier and Champlain Bridges Incorporated.
Program 1.1: Management of Federal Bridge, Highway and Tunnel Infrastructure, and Properties in the Montreal Area
This program activity encompasses the operation and maintenance of the Jacques Cartier and Champlain bridges, the federally-owned section of the Honoré-Mercier Bridge, a section of the Bonaventure Expressway, the Melocheville tunnel, and the Champlain Bridge Ice Control Structure by carrying out regular and major maintenance work.
Windsor-Detroit Bridge Authority
Strategic outcome 1
A safe, secure, and efficient international crossing for commercial and passenger traffic across the Windsor-Detroit Bridge.
Program 1.1: Detroit River International Crossing
The Windsor-Detroit Bridge Authority is charged with delivering the Detroit River International Crossing project which will provide a safe, secure and efficient crossing for passenger and commercial traffic in the Windsor-Detroit region. The Detroit River International Crossing will address problems with regard to border crossings in the
region, namely accommodating future traffic projections and providing sufficient capacity in the event of any disruptions at the existing Windsor-Detroit Crossings. The Windsor-Detroit Bridge Authority will procure the project on behalf of Canada and Michigan. As per the Canada-Michigan Crossing Agreement, the Windsor-Detroit Bridge Authority will have several responsibilities. It will manage and oversee the construction of the entire project, other than the operation and maintenance of the Interstate-75 interchange; develop a public-private partnership procurement documentation for the design, construction, operation, maintenance and partial financing of the project through a public-private partnership; conduct the public-private partnership procurement process and selection of the preferred bidder; sign the public-private partnership concession agreement; pay Michigan to undertake property acquisition in Michigan; lease or license properties from Michigan; lease or license from Canada the properties that Canada is in the process of acquiring in Windsor; and manage and oversee the public-private partnership concessionaire for the duration of the concession agreement.
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