Infrastructure Canada works with its partners to meet the evolving infrastructure needs of Canadian communities and to support the quality of life of Canadians through a variety of programs, including CAMRIF. The department leads national infrastructure initiatives in the form of research, policies and programs. Infrastructure Canada oversees CAMRIF negotiations on behalf of the Government of Canada.
Western Economic Diversification Canada (WD) helps the West to develop its full economic potential through a variety of programs and services, tailored to the region's own particular strengths, needs, and opportunities. By managing and implementing CAMRIF in Alberta on behalf of the Government of Canada, WD is helping to ensure that western Canadian communities have the municipal infrastructure to meet their development needs.
works with its partners to contribute to Alberta’s economic prosperity
and quality of life through the provision and support of effective and safe
transportation, public buildings and environmentally safe water, and wastewater
infrastructure. Alberta Infrastructure and Transportation oversees CAMRIF
negotiations on behalf of the Government of Alberta's municipal associations
Alberta Urban Municipalities Association (AUMA) represents all villages, towns, and cities in Alberta and works on their behalf to support and enhance strong and effective municipal governance. AUMA's presence as a CAMRIF partner brings an increased municipal perspective and ensures a direct communication channel with municipal governments.
Alberta Association of Municipal Districts and Counties (AAMDC) represents all municipal districts and counties in Alberta and works on their behalf to support and enhance strong and effective municipal governance. AAMDC’s presence as a CAMRIF partner also brings another municipal perspective and ensures a direct communication channel with municipal governments.