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Backgrounder: Canada and Quebec invest in 176 infrastructure projects to improve facilities at post- secondary institutions in the province

Joint funding from the Government of Canada and the Government of Quebec has been allocated to 176 infrastructure projects in Quebec’s higher education institutions.

The Government of Canada is investing $144.3 million through the new COVID-19 Resilience stream of the Investing in Canada Infrastructure Program. This is a temporary stream, exceptionally allowing the financing of new categories of projects. The Government of Quebec is contributing $75.7 million to these 176 projects.




















Administrative Region

Number of Projects

Canada’s Contribution

Québec’s Contribution

Abitibi-Témiscamingue

3

$1,880,700

$1,489,275

Bas-Saint-Laurent

6

$5,927,800

$4,149,620

Capitale-Nationale

24

$20,959,454

$9,769,868

Centre-du-Québec

4

$1,688,500

 $537,571

Chaudière-Appalaches

6

$2,620,600

 $1,380,316

Côte-Nord

6

$891,800

$871,715

Estrie

11

 $9,459,498

 $5,890,759

Gaspésie–Îles-de-la-Madeleine

2

$1,091,900

 $2,460,302

Lanaudière

5

$2,017,336

 $799,421

Laurentides

6

$2,951,700

$ 1,063,251

Laval

1

$2,035,774

 $6,249,369

Mauricie

7

$5,789,900

 $1,504,906

Montérégie

11

$7,182,377

$5,482,221

Montréal

68

$71,266,735

 $29,999,977

Outaouais

8

$2,980,060

 $744,959

Saguenay–Lac-Saint-Jean

8

$5,555,866

 $3,264,994

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