The infrastructure flow from rural and northern communities will support projects that will improve the quality of life in rural and northern communities by meeting rural and northern needs. Provinces and territories have the option of transferring up to 10 per cent of their initial allocation to COVID-19 Resilience Stream from bilateral agreements integrated under the Investment Infrastructure Program in Canada, to benefit from up to 80 per cent of federal costs or 100 per cent of federal costs for Aboriginal projects and projects in the territories. Canada`s investment infrastructure program will be tailored to allow provinces and territories to use federal funds to respond quickly to a wider range of pandemic-resistant infrastructure projects. Whether it`s upgrading schools so that children can go to school safely, modernizing hospitals and nursing homes to meet social dismantling needs, The construction of new parks, bike paths and hikes to provide Canadians with access to nature, to stay healthy, active and safe, or civil protection projects that protect against floods and fires, these changes will help accelerate projects and support longer-term sustainable, economically healthy, low-carbon and inclusive communities. The flow of community, cultural and recreational infrastructure will strengthen communities and improve social inclusion. Eligible projects will support public infrastructure defined as tangible assets that will primarily benefit public exploitation and/or benefits. Investments in the B.C. Infrastructure Program – Investments in cost-sharing infrastructure between the governments of Canada and British Columbia, local governments and other partners. The Expanded Infrastructure Program to Support Community Resilience COVID 19 The Green Infrastructure Flow will support the reduction of greenhouse gas (GHG) emissions, allow greater adaptation and resilience to the effects of climate change and climate-related disaster prevention, and enable more communities to provide clean air and clean water to their citizens. This electricity includes the following three subfovers: Joint federal, provincial and municipal funding under the Invest in Canada infrastructure plan will support six public transit projects in the City of Burlington. These investments will support more accessible and sustainable public transportation for municipalities. Please note that the information presented here is a reproduction of the integrated bilateral agreement.