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Half the cost of the study was funded by the Federation of Canadian Municipalities Green Municipal Fund.
The combination of FedNor, the Building Canada Fund, the Federation of Canadian Municipalities, the Green Municipal Fund and the Municipality of Red Lake helped pay for the project.
Infrastructure programs were increased and extended, and, in 2001, an environmental fund provided by the federal government to provide low-interest loans and grants to municipal governments--the Green Municipal Fund (GMF)--was established.
The Town of New found Stephenville, land (population 8,000) has just received over $4 million in grants and loans from the Federation of Canadian Municipalities' Green Municipal Fund to construct an engineered wetlands sewage treatment system.
* Bill C 43 is reducing taxes to Canadians; increasing the child disability tax credit; establishing a trust to fund early learning and child care, authorizing funds for the Green Municipal Fund to help municipalities undertake green projects; and making payments for the purpose of providing funding, in the fiscal year 2005-2006, to cities and communities for environmentally sustainable infrastructure initiatives, in accordance with agreements to be negotiated with provinces, territories and first nations.
The FCM administers the Green Municipal Fund on behalf of the federal Ministry of Natural Resources.
The largest financial contribution ($158,500) came from the Green Municipal Fund.