National Trade Corridors Fund – Transport Canada (2022)


National Trade Corridors Fund provides funding for infrastructure projects in Canada, including work to airports, ports, rail yards, transportation facilities and access roads.

Comments on Funding:

Increasing the Fluidity of Canada’s Supply Chains:

  1. Funding is up to 50% of the total eligible expenditures for a project, to a maximum of $500 million per project.
  2. Total Canadian government funding is up to 100% of total eligible expenditures for any project.

Check the specific details of each call for proposals


Applicants must be:

  • Provinces and territories, municipalities and local, regional, provincial and territorial entities
  • Indigenous governments, tribal councils and other forms of regional government, national or regional Indigenous organizations or development corporations
  • Public sector organizations
  • Federal crown corporations or agencies
  • Not-for-profit and for-profit private sector organizations
  • Canada port authorities,
  • National Airport Systems airport authorities,
  • Universities and colleges

Applications Steps:

Documentation Needed:

Applicants must:

  • Submit an expression of interest, 
  • A comprehensive project proposal, if invited (if their expression of interest meets the essential assessment criteria and is deemed successful by Transport Canada).

Other Things to Note:

  • NTCF funding is spread out over 11 years, ending March 31, 2028. 
  • A new NTCF call for proposals was launched on December 9, 2021 – Increasing the fluidity of Canada’s supply chains.

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