The Canadian and British Columbian governments committed up to $100.6 million towards the second intake of the Community, Culture, and Recreation Program to support cost-sharing of infrastructure projects in communities across the Province.
- Improved access to and/or increased quality of cultural, recreational and/or community infrastructure for Canadians, including Indigenous peoples and vulnerable populations.
- An incorporated municipality.
- A regional district applying for a community, where a community, for the purpose of application to the program, is considered to be a settlement area within a regional district electoral area. A community’s boundaries may also coincide with a service area boundary (existing or proposed)
- An organization incorporated as a not-for-profit corporation or society formed under an Act of Canada or a province or territory of Canada and in good standing under the relevant Act.
- An organization that operates primarily for community benefit.
- An organization with a location in British Columbia and active within the province.
For more information, visit https://www2.gov.bc.ca/gov/content/transportation/funding-engagement-permits/funding-grants/investing-in-canada-infrastructure-program/community-culture-recreation