Infrastructure and Housing
Aboriginal Affairs and Northern Development Canada works with First Nation governments to support affordable and adequate housing, clean drinking water and community infrastructure like roads and schools – essential to healthy, safe and prosperous communities.
- The Government of Canada has spent approximately $1.2 billion on school infrastructure from 2006–07 to 2010–2011. Find out about the Government of Canada's progress on Education Facilities for First Nations.
- Find out the results of the National Assessment of First Nations Water and Wastewater Systems 2009–2011.
- Find out how the First Nation Infrastructure Fund provides First Nation communities with additional funding for infrastructure priorities such as bridges, energy systems and solid waste management.
- The policy and process for Ministerial Loan Guarantees was revised and is available. Consult Frequently Asked Questions for more information.
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