Welcome to the Canada-Alberta Municipal Rural Infrastructure Fund Website
The Canada-Alberta Municipal Rural Infrastructure Fund (CAMRIF) improves and increases public infrastructure, namely water and wastewater systems, and cultural and recreation facilities--the very things that make Alberta’s communities vibrant and productive places to live, work and raise families.
CAMRIF’s goal is to ensure all Albertans, whether they live in large, small or remote communities, share in the benefits of infrastructure investments. A minimum of 80 per cent of funding under the program is dedicated to municipalities with a population of less than 250,000.
Federal, provincial and municipal governments will be investing more than $264 million in municipal infrastructure over the life of the program. At least 55 per cent of the funds will be directed to green infrastructure projects. Come see what we are achieving and learn how our program can benefit your community.
The Ministers responsible for the Canada-Alberta Municipal Rural Infrastructure Fund (CAMRIF)
The Honourable Lynne Yelich,
Minister of State (Western Economic Diversification)
The Honourable Ric McIver,
Minister of Alberta Transportation
July 12, 2008, Edmonton (pdf 60KB)
All pet services to be found under one roof in Edmonton
July 12, 2008, Edmonton (pdf 59KB)
Fort Edmonton Park to feature new environmentally friendly administration building
June 30, 2008, Calgary (pdf 52KB)
Infrastructure investment brings energy-efficient upgrades to historic Calgary Public Building
May 20, 2008, Slave Lake (pdf 50KB)
Slave Lake and Wood Buffalo residents benefit from almost $1.6 million in investments
May 20, 2008, Métis Settlement of Peavine (pdf 50KB)
Métis Settlement of Peavine receives Infrastructure Funding for Community Arena
May 20, 2008, Métis Settlement of Gift Lake (pdf 50KB)
Safer roads in the Métis Settlement of Gift Lake