Government of New Brunswick
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Across the province of New Brunswick, local infrastructure improvements are being made possible through the Gas Tax Fund.

The Fund is the payment program under the Canada-New Brunswick Agreement on the Transfer of Federal Gas Tax Revenues and, in Phase I, the Provincial Gas Tax Transfer Top-up Fund.

Over $324 million invested towards projects in New Brunswick over a nine-year period for environmentally sustainable infrastructure in municipal and unincorporated areas of the province. These investments will result in environmental benefits such as cleaner air, cleaner water and reduced greenhouse gas emissions, as outlined in the New Brunswick Gas Tax Fund Outcomes Report.

 

Phase I (2005-2009)

The Government of Canada is providing $116 million to communities in New Brunswick over a five-year period, and the Province is providing up to $30 million in top-up funding.

Phase II (2010-2013)
The Government of Canada is providing $178.5 million to communities in New Brunswick over a four-year period.

 

"NEW" Administrative Agreement on the Federal Gas Tax Fund (2014-2024)  

On May 20, 2014, the new Administrative Agreement on the Federal Gas Tax Fund was signed between Canada and New Brunswick. The seven eligible categories under the first agreement remain and 11 new categories have been added to the program. This new Administrative Agreement has been in effect since April 1, 2014.

Phase III (2014-2018)
The Government of Canada is providing $225.2 million to communities in New Brunswick over a five-year period.

Phase IV (2019-2023)
The allocation for the last five-year period of this new Agreement will be posted when the Province receives confirmation of the budget for this period.

 

 

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