Bridge Creek Sewer Line Crossing, 100 Mile House - Photo

Burton Community Hall Broadband Improvement








The following forms and information are for recipients of Canada-British Columbia Building Canada Fund – Communities Component funding and should be used in order to meet the provisions of the Contribution Agreement. For additional information, please contact:

For BC Flood Protection Program:

BC Flood Protection Program
Emergency Management BC
Ministry of Justice
Block A – Suite 200,  2261 Keating Cross Road
Saanichton, BC  V8M 2A5
PO Box 9201 Stn Prov Govt
Victoria BC  V8W 9J1
Telephone: 250-952-5064/250-952-5065
Facsimile: 250-952-4871

Flood Protection Program Intake 2013

For "other" (non-green) projects, including: local roads, cultural, recreation, tourism, connectivity:

Infrastructure Development Branch
Ministry of Transportation and Infrastructure
Phone: 250-952-0675
Fax: 250-356-0897


For "green" projects, including: water, wastewater, public transit, environmental energy improvements, and "local government capacity building":

Local Government Infrastructure and Finance
Ministry of Community, Sport and Cultural Development
Phone: 250-387-4060
Fax: 250-356-1873

A claim form is to be used to obtain a payment for reimbursement of eligible costs.

Please use the format as per attached samples for detailed expenditures of the claim. For non-local governments, please check with your accountant as to whether you receive 50% or 100% GST rebate.

A pre-construction report (formerly known as "Timeline Form") must be completed and submitted by the 15th of every month. If construction has started, please notify the appropriate Ministry immediately. Once construction has started, a quarterly progress report will replace the pre-construction report.

A progress report form must be completed and submitted on a regular basis. This form will be used once construction has started and until the project is complete.

A final report detailing project performance must be completed and submitted with the final claim upon project completion. It is the proponent's responsibility to ensure that the means to collect and provide data on project performance is in place.  Final Report Forms will be sent to recipients upon nearing project completion.

Please read the communication policy on plaque or signage. The signage wording of the permanent sign or plaque on your completed project must be in both official languages. You are required to submit the layout for approval prior to final production of the permanent plaque or signage.

Temporary signage will be sent to the recipient by the Province. The recipient will install the temporary signage at a prominent location where there is visible activity related to the project indicating that the project is under the Canada-British Columbia Building Canada Fund – Communities Component.