Federal Transit Funding: How Much Each Province Will Get

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AMARJEET SOHI
Minister of Infrastructure and Communities of Canada Amarjeet Sohi speaks at an event in Ottawa on Tuesday, April 19th, 2016. | CP
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OTTAWA — The federal government is allocating $3.38 billion to provinces and cities to pay for upgrades to transit system and cover the cost of planning and design for future expansion. The allocations are based on ridership numbers, so the more transit users in a province, the more money a province receives. Here are the provincial breakdowns:

Newfoundland and Labrador: $4.94 million

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Prince Edward Island: $660,000

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Nova Scotia: $32.2 million

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New Brunswick: $8.74 million

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Quebec: $923.71 million

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Ontario: $1.49 billion

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Manitoba: $82.8 million

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Saskatchewan: $29 million

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Alberta: $347.19 million

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British Columbia: $460.49 million

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Yukon: $890,000

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Northwest Territories: $320,000

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Total: $3.38 billion

(Source: Infrastructure Canada)