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Disclosure of Grants and Contributions

2016-2017 – 3rd Quarter (October 1 - December 31)

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Date Recipient Name Purpose Value
24/11/2016 Bay Ferries Limited Contribution to provide financial assistance to a private operator in support of ferry services between Saint John, New Brunswick and Digby, Nova Scotia. $7,058,571.00
24/11/2016 C.T.M.A. Traversier Ltée Contribution to provide financial assistance to a private operator in support of ferry services between the Îles-de-la-Madeleine, Quebec and Souris, Prince Edward Island. $13,905,640.00
20/12/2016 Government of Northwest Territories A monitoring program and extension of research activities along established test sites. $560,700.00
20/12/2016 Government of Yukon Contribution to develop a climate-resilient functional plan for the Dempster Highway. $726,548.00
20/12/2016 Government of Yukon Monitoring of test sections along the Campbell Highway to evaluate wicking geosynthetics for the prevention of pavement cracking during spring thaw. $72,600.00
23/11/2016 Municipality of Côte-Nord-du-Golfe-du-Saint-Laurent Contribution for operation and maintenance of the Chevery Airport. $384,873.00
07/11/2016 Nanaimo Airport Commission Contribution to build an Airport Rescue Fire Fighting Vehicle Shelter. $661,384.00
24/11/2016 Northumberland Ferries Limited Contribution to provide financial assistance to a private operator in support of ferry services between Caribou, Nova Scotia and Wood Islands, Prince Edward Island. $14,721,873.00
20/12/2016 Province of British Columbia The purpose of the Transportation Trade Network Analysis is to identify transportation trade network improvements that address network pressures, facilitate market access, and support growth in trade. $1,600,000.00
11/10/2016 St. John’s Port Authority Construction of a new steel pile supported Finger Pier at the junction of existing Pier 16 and Pier 17 with the capability of mooring, servicing and offloading two Offshore Supply or similarly sized ships. $6,400,000.00
14/12/2016 The City of Calgary Contribution to improve rail safety and reduce injuries and fatalities across Canada. $294,422.34
Date modified:
2017-10-23