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1 Recipient Project Name Funding Stream Total Approved 100 Mile House, Plan for Efficient Use Clean Water GSPF $265, Abbotsford, City Developing Innovative Community Governance to Support Groundwater Stewardship GSPF $41, Abbotsford, City Disinfection Systems for Towline, Marshall, and Farmer Wells & Norrish Creek Water Treatment Plant Expansion for Turbidity Events RSP $4,690, Abbotsford, City Smart Meter Web Portal IF $125, Abbotsford, City Mission, JAMES Plant Stage VII Secondary Treatment Extension Phase 1 RSP $8,104, Alert Bay, Village Alert Bay Green Municipal Properties Project IF $468, Armstrong, City Fortune Creek Water Treatment Upgrades GSPF $1,416, Barriere, Sustainable Wastewater Management Solutions IF $6,700, BC Transit 16 Double-deck Clean Diesel Buses RSP $5,663, BC Transit Compressed Natural Gas Refueling Station RSP $750, BC Transit Kelowna Regional Transit System Bus Purchases RSP $4,402, BC Transit Whistler Bus Maintenance Facility/Debt Servicing RSP $235, Bowen Island, Municipality Snug Cove Housing Diversity Implementation Plan IF $100, Burnaby, City Solar Hot Water Pool Heating IF $271, Burns Lake, Village Main Sewage Lift Station & Forcemain Upgrade Project GSPF $387, Campbell River, City 2011 Liquid Waste Management Plan GSPF $200, Campbell River, City Quinsam Heights/Nunns Creek Smart Growth Implementation Strategy IF $75, Capital, Regional CRD Green Ro/Living Wall Demonstration & Performance Evaluation Project IF $296, Capital, Regional E & N Rail Trail Phase 2 RSP $4,769, Capital, Regional E&N Rail Trail (West Side Trail) GSPF/RSP $11,300, Capital, Regional Regional Growth Strategy Transition to Regional Sustainability Strategy RSP $1,202, Capital, Regional Regional Pedestrian and Cycling Masterplan Implementation Project RSP $780, Capital, Regional Saanich Peninsula Wastewater Treatment Plant Energy Recovery GSPF $2,989, Castlegar, City Castlegar Integrated Sustainability Planning Project GSPF $175, Castlegar, City Castlegar UV Treatment Upgrades GSPF $760, Castlegar, City Community Assessment IF $5, Central Kootenay, Regional RD Central Kootenay Sustainable Regional Assessment IF $5, Central Kootenay, Regional RD Central Kootenay Community Drinking Water Improvement Projects IF $870, Air Quality Management RSP $38, Regional Active Transportation Project: Goats Peak Trail and Old Okanagan Highway RSP $160, Regional Growth Strategy Update GSPF $405, Regional Household Travel Survey and Analysis RSP $150, Septic Treatment Facility and Centrifuge Upgrade RSP $1,097, Upgrade or Replace the HVAC System for the RDCO Administration Building RSP $892, Central Saanich, Extension Wallace Drive Bike Lane RSP $150, Chilliwack, City Bailey Landfill Gas Extraction System RSP $3,564, Chilliwack, City Chilliwack Bailey Landfill Optimization RSP $2,039, Chilliwack, City Energy Integration Planning Study for Chilliwack Landing IF $22, Clearwater, Infrastructure Master Plan GSPF $140, Clinton, Village Village Clinton - Water Supply Improvements GSPF $2,450, Coldstream, Coldstream Creek Intercepted Groundwater Management IF $64, Coldstream, Coldstream Sustainability Initiative GSPF $150, Anglemont Estates Phase 1 Water Upgrade GSPF $3,000, Copperview Haven Water System Upgrades GSPF $2,810, CSRD Solid Waste Management - Alternative Disposal Strategy Report GSPF $50, Escheated Water Systems Acquisition GSPF $2,490, Colwood, City Stormwater Master Plan GSPF $40, Comox Valley, Regional South Regional Wastewater Management and Resource Recovery Project - Stage 1 GSPF $15,000, Courtenay, City Comox Strathcona RD - Strategic Sustainable Development Plan for the Comox Valley IF $15, Bing s Creek Transfer Station and Recycling Depot Upgrades RSP $104, Bings Creek Recycling and Organics Collection Facility Upgrades RSP $173, Bings Creek Transfer Station and Recycling Depot Phase 2 RSP $27, Cowichan Basin Water Management Plan Implementation Project Phase 1 RSP $150, RSP: Regionally Significant Project Funding Page 1 6

2 Cowichan Basin Water Management Tool GSPF $370, Cowichan Centre Utilities Upgrade RSP $412, Cowichan Lake Recreation Retrit RSP $161, Cowichan Lake Sports Arena Eco-friendly Parking Lot RSP $367, Cowichan River Floodplain Mapping and Integrated Flood Plan GSPF $255, Cowichan Valley Flood Protection Infrastructure Tier 2 North & South RSP $1,199, Cowichan Valley Trail Construction and Improvements RSP $400, Cowichan Valley Trail Northern Completion Initiative RSP $300, Integrated Regional Sustainability Plan/Regional Climate Action Plan RSP $375, LiDAR Acquisition Project RSP $375, Peerless Road ECO Depot GSPF/RSP $1,680, Regional Community Energy Plan IF $300, Regional Water Management & Governance Study Implementation Phase II RSP $50, Regional Water Management and Governance Study RSP $100, SLCC - Heating/Cooling System Upgrade RSP $40, Cranbrook, City Waste Water Improvement Project IF $8,509, Cumberland, Village Cumberland Official Community Plan Sustainability Review and Update GSPF $113, Dawson Creek, City Dawson Creek ICSP - Phases 2 and 3 IF $95, Delta, Delta Solar Hot Water Project IF $348, East Kootenay, Regional West Fernie Infrastructure Servicing Project - Phase 1 IF $5,000, Enderby, City Bio Energy Heating System IF $276, Enderby, City Knoll Neighbourhood Integrated Sustainability Plan IF $180, Esquimalt, Admirals Road Corridor Improvements GSPF $2,800, Esquimalt, Craigflower Road Corridor Upgrades - Phase 2 GSPF $4,979, Fernie, City Elk River Water Quality Protection through Fernie Outfall Improvements GSPF $652, Fernie, City Fernie Official Community Plan Creating a Sustainable, World-Class Community and Destination GSPF $125, Fernie, City ICSP Assessment: Community Sustainability Scoping IF $5, Fort St. James, Economic Development Strategic Plan: Community Assessment Phase IF $5, Fort St. John, City Energy Conservation Measures and Design Develoment and Phasing Plan GSPF $100, Fort St. John, City Fort St. John Sustainable Neighbourhood Initiative GSPF $135, Fort St. John, City Micro-Hydro IF $1,100, Fort St. John, City Sustainable Liquid Waste Management Plan GSPF $185, EA Water Gap Analysis RSP $90, EA Water Gap Analysis Implementation RSP $903, FVRD Electoral Area Sewer Gap Analysis and Wastewater Upgrades Phase 1 RSP $150, Sewer Gap Analysis Implementation RSP $1,072, Fruitvale, Village Fruitvale Phase 2 Sewage Treatment Plant Upgrades GSPF $489, Fruitvale, Village Sewage Treatment Plant Upgrades GSPF $610, Golden, Town Golden Civic Centre Redevelopment Mechanical Phase IF $429, Grand Forks, City Official Community Plan Update GSPF $93, Greater Vancouver Sewerage BC Bioenergy from Biogas & Drainage District IF $1,400, Greenwood, City Water Distribution System GSPF $519, ICS Planning for Infrastructure GSPF $25, Sustainability Vision and ICSP Community Assessment for Harrison Hot Springs IF $5, Village Harrison Hot Springs Water Quality Upgrade RSP/IF $1,148, Village Harrison Hot Springs Water Utility Master Plan GSPF $55, Waste Water Treatment Plant Upgrade RSP $88, Hazelton, Village Storm Sewer, Street And Sidewalk Renewal-Clifford and Omenica Streets GSPF $162, RSP: Regionally Significant Project Funding Page 2 6

3 Highlands, Groundwater Monitoring and Conservation Program IF $233, Hope, East Kawkawa Lake Water Upgrade - Phase 1 (Stephens Road) GSPF $450, Hope, Hope Water Reservoir RSP $367, Hope, Sanitary Sewer Flood Hope West Lands RSP $433, Houston, Houston Geothermal Expansion Program GSPF $10, Houston, Houston Water Treatment Facility GSPF $3,000, Invermere, Imagine Invermere OCP GSPF $186, Kamloops, City Curbside Recyling Program GSPF $3,335, Kamloops, City Integrated Community Sustainability Plan GSPF $605, Kamloops, City Transportation Plan Update IF $100, Kelowna, City 20-Year Integrated Community Sustainability Capital Plan GSPF $253, Kelowna, City Bus Rapid Transit Stations RSP $2,360, Kelowna, City Bus Rapid Transit: Transit Exchanges, Pedestrian Overpass and Bus Stops GSPF $2,692, Kelowna, City Corporate/Airport GHG Reduction Plan Implementation IF $1,258, Kelowna, City Mission Aquatic Center Exchange RSP $218, Kelowna, City Orchard Park Transit Exchange RSP $1,670, Kelowna, City Regional Active Transportation Project: Rails With Trails Corridor Between Spall Rd and RSP Dilworth Dr. $1,489, Kent, Agassiz Townsite Sewer Main Replacement Program RSP $380, Kent, Kent SCADA Upgrades and Chlorination to UV Disinfection Conversion RSP $316, Keremeos, Village Keremeos Sewage Treatment Plant Sludge Handling RSP $97, Keremeos, Village Keremeos Victory Hall Energy Retrit RSP $116, Keremeos, Village Keremeos Water Reservoir RSP $300, Keremeos, Village Upgrade and Rehabilitate Keremeos Promenade RSP $16, Kitimat-Stikine, Regional Solid Waste Management Improvements - Forceman Ridge Landfill, Hazelton Landfill, Thornhill Transfer Station, and Kitwanga Transfer Station GSPF/IF $4,828, Kitimat-Stikine, Regional Two Mile Water/Sewer Master Plan GSPF $30, Ladysmith, Town Green Team - Ladysmith IF $5, Ladysmith, Town Ladysmith Bio-Solids Composting Facility RSP $570, Ladysmith, Town Ladysmith Recreation Centre Energy Saving Improvements RSP $273, Ladysmith, Town Ladysmith Wastewater Treatment Plant Upgrade GSPF $5,210, Ladysmith, Town Town Ladysmith/Stz'uminus First Nation: Cooperation Protocol Implementation IF $50, Ladysmith, Town Zoning Bylaw Review/Update GSPF $130, Lake Country, Active Transportation Corridor: Bottom Wood Lake Rd - Berry Rd to Woodsdale Rd RSP $146, Lake Country, Eldorado Reservoir Hydroelectric Project IF $1,931, Lake Country, Lake Country Integrated Community Sustainability Plan GSPF $250, Lake Country, Lake Country Stage 3 Wastewater Treatment Plant Upgrade GSPF $3,000, Lake Country, Lake Country Transit Improvement Project RSP $459, Lake Cowichan, Town Integrated Urban Drainage Management Plan IF $172, Lake Cowichan, Town Upgrade the Lake Cowichan Waste Water Treatment Plant - Phase 1 GSPF/RSP $1,351, Langford, City Leigh Road Upgrades RSP $260, Lillooet, Community Biomass Energy Project IF $467, Lillooet, Lillooet Water Source Replacement Phase 1 GSPF $4,460, Lillooet, Lillooet Town Creek Storm Drainage Project Phase 1 and Integrated Stormwater Management Plan Update RSP $241, Lillooet, Wastewater Treatment Plant Upgrade RSP $300, Lillooet, Water Rate Review Study GSPF $75, Lillooet, Water Source Replacement Phase 2 GSPF $5,492, Lillooet, Water Source Replacement Phase 2 - Value Engineering Component GSPF $100, Lumby, Village Integrated Watershed Sustainability Plan Phase 1 GSPF $94, Merritt, City Integrated Growth Strategy GSPF $85, Merritt, City Integrated Source Water Program GSPF $250, Mission, Energy Savings Upgrade GSPF $809, Mission, Mission City Downtown Plan GSPF $150, Montrose, Village Main Wells and Pumphouse Replacement & Chlorination Project GSPF $1,290, Nakusp, Village Brouse Creek Water Treatment Plant - Municipal Water System Upgrade IF $1,629, Nakusp, Village Ice Arena Heat Recovery Geothermal System & Solar Panels GSPF $885, Nakusp, Village Nakusp Sewage Treatment Plant Lagoon Cover System IF $248, Nanaimo City, City City Nanaimo Water Treatment Plant RSP $1,000, Nanaimo City, City Reservoir No 1, Pipelines & Energy Recovery GSPF $7,688, Nanaimo, Regional Aquifer Storage Reservoir IF $1,334, Nanaimo, Regional Church Road Transfer Station Retrit, Redevelopment & Expansion GSPF $2,757, Nanaimo, Regional Co-generation Project, Greater Nanaimo Pollution Control IF $2,300, Nanaimo, Regional French Creek Pollution Control Centre Solids Contact Tank Expansion RSP $1,191, Nanaimo, Regional Gabriola Island Recycling Organization Recycling Drop-f Centre RSP $75, Nanaimo, Regional Greater Nanaimo Pollution Control Centre Gravity Thickeners RSP $3,300, Nanaimo, Regional Northern Communities Wastewater Service, Stage 3C Upgrades RSP $200, Nanaimo, Regional Regional Trail System - RDN Rail Trail RSP $2,676, Nanaimo, Regional Rural Village Centre Sewer Servicing Projects RSP $350, Nanaimo, Regional Southern Communities Wastewater Service, Departure Bay Outfall RSP $2,000, Nelson, City City Nelson Sustainable Community Assessment IF $5, Nelson, City Cottonwood Creek Storm Water Trap Project IF $425, RSP: Regionally Significant Project Funding Page 3 6

4 Nelson, City Healthy Nelson Initiative GSPF $265, New Hazelton, Official Community and Other Plans Review IF $5, North Cowichan, Chemainus River Bridge Replacement GSPF $5,018, North Cowichan, Somenos Marsh Rainwater Management, Sewer and Trail Project RSP $150, Duteau Creek Water Treatment Plant GSPF $10,479, Greater Vernon RDF Landfill Gas Control System RSP $1,900, Pottery Road Recycling and Disposal Facility Cap RSP $1,800, Regional Growth Strategy RSP $800, Regional Yard Waste Composting Facility RSP $1,150, Residential Drop Off Facility Greater Vernon Landfill RSP $525, RGS Regional Context Statements RSP $250, Transit Replacement RSP $100, Transportation Model Development RSP $100, North Saanich, West Saanich Bike Lanes Phase I RSP $260, North Vancouver, City Central Lonsdale Service Area Expansion Project IF $973, North Vancouver, North Vancouver Community Energy IF $632, Oak Bay, Bowker Creek Restoration at Oak Bay High School IF $738, Okanagan Basin Water Board Building an Integrated Hydrometric Data System for Sustainable Planning and Climate IF Change Adaptation in the Okanagan $95, Okanagan Basin Water Board Development Local Government Groundwater Supply Bylaw Toolkit GSPF $55, Okanagan Basin Water Board Okanagan Basin Water Supply & Demand Study - Phase II GSPF $415, Regional Agriculture Conservation and Metering RSP $15, Regional Air Quality Planning RSP $50, Regional Climate Action Plan RSP $82, Regional Gallagher Lake Sanitary Sewers RSP $360, Regional Interregional Transportation Study RSP $178, Regional Liquid Waste Management Plans RSP $45, Regional Oliver Solar Pool Heating RSP $101, Regional Similkameen Watershed Water Quantity/Quality Sustainability Plan GSPF $500, Regional Solid Waste Management Planning RSP $175, Regional State the Region Report RSP $60, Oliver, Town Buchanan Road Water Supply Well RSP $409, Oliver, Town Oliver Fish Screening At Okanagan River Diversion Dam RSP $359, Oliver, Town Oliver Groundwater Under Direct Influence Surface Water Treatment Upgrades RSP $90, Oliver, Town Oliver Rural Water System Twinning - Phase 3 IF $1,243, Osoyoos, Town Energy Efficient Window Replacement at Sonora Community Centre and Community Bus Replacement RSP $195, Osoyoos, Town Osoyoos Energy Efficiency Upgrades - Fire Hall RSP $407, Osoyoos, Town Osoyoos Stormwater Treatment Systems for 36th Avenue and Bayview Crescent Outfalls RSP $142, Osoyoos, Town Osoyoos Waterfront Trail System RSP $106, Parksville, City Englishman River Water Service - Water Treatment Plant RSP $400, Peace River, Regional District Fort St. John Landfill Gas Management System GSPF $980, Peachland, Regional Active Transportation Corridor: Beach Ave-13th Street to Todd Road RSP $64, Peachland, Renewable Energy Opportunities Study GSPF $36, Pemberton, Village Corporate Greenhouse Gas Reduction Plan GSPF $30, Pemberton, Village Friendship Trail/Multi Use Bridge RSP $369, Pemberton, Village Installation/Construction Bus Shelters, Lighting and Pullouts RSP $235, Penticton, City Advanced Wastewater Treatment Plant Upgrade and Lee Avenue Force Main GSPF/IF $10,599, Penticton, City Penticton West Okanagan Lake Waterfront Project RSP $1,200, Penticton, City Retrit Penticton Community Centre RSP $592, Port Alberni, City Port Alberni Community Assessment IF $5, Port Alberni, City Wastewater Treatment Systems Improvements GSPF $11,200, Port Clements, Village LED Light Up for Haida Gwaii IF $627, Port Hardy, Bear Cove/Jensen Cove Collection System Expansion GSPF $1,085, RSP: Regionally Significant Project Funding Page 4 6

5 Powell River, City Energy Management Retrit Recreation Complex GSPF $798, Prince George, City Financial Management and Asset Management GSPF $131, Prince George, City Prince George Integrated Community Sustainability Plan Phase II GSPF $120, Prince Rupert, City Community Assessment for Integrated Sustainability Planning Workshop IF $5, Prince Rupert, City Hays Creek Sewer Secondary Pump Station GSPF $650, Princeton, Town Bridge Dreams - Transcanada KVR Trail RSP $95, Princeton, Town Princeton Ground Water Management Planning RSP $59, Princeton, Town Princeton Solid Waste Update and Recycling Centre RSP $40, Princeton, Town Wastewater Treatment Upgrades RSP $400, Princeton, Town Zoning Bylaw Update IF $55, Qualicum Beach, Town Green Laneways Project GSPF $30, Qualicum Beach, Town Waterfront Master Plan IF $150, Quesnel, City Community Composting Program GSPF $165, Quesnel, City Our Quesnel - Sustainability in Action IF $100, Quesnel, City Quesnel Sustainability Assessment IF $5, Radium Hot Springs, Village Water & Wastewater Services Sustainability Plan GSPF $166, Revelstoke, City Integrated Community Sustainability Plan GSPF $100, Richmond, City No 3 Road Streetscape Improvements IF $2,037, Saanich, Craigflower Bridge RSP $10,775, Saanich, Sustainable Saanich Action Plan IF $288, Saanich, Wilkinson Green Street Project GSPF $1,750, Sechelt, Sechelt Official Community Plan Review GSPF $74, Sechelt, Sechelt Wastewater Treatment Project IF $8,000, Sidney, Town Expansion and Solar Lighting Lochside Trail Linkages RSP $80, Sooke, Liquid Waste Management Plan (Stormwater) Stage 2 GSPF $100, Sooke, Sustainable Sooke--Charting the Future IF $5, Sparwood, Sparwood Community Assessment IF $5, Sparwood, Sparwood Arena & Curling Centre Retrit IF $757, Bus Pullouts, Shelters and Trail Lighting RSP $66, Furry Creek Well Upgrades RSP $49, Gold Bridge Well Upgrades RSP $45, Lillooet Composting Facility RSP $53, Squamish, Bus Shelters RSP $115, Squamish, Corridor Trail RSP $418, Squamish, Squamish Commuter Corridor Trail RSP $540, Squamish, Squamish Landfill Environmental Upgrades GSPF $4,050, Stewart, Stewart Flood & High Groundwater Mitigation Plan GSPF $250, Strathcona, Regional District Energy Loop IF $299, Strathcona, Regional District Sayward Valley Community Assessment IF $10, Summerland, Prairie Valley Road and Victoria Road Upgrade RSP $600, Summerland, Summerland Bus Stops and Bus Shelters RSP $94, Summerland, Summerland Lakeshore Walkway RSP $178, Sun Peaks, Sustainable Community Plan IF $159, Sunshine Coast, Regional Regional Multi-Modal Transportation Study GSPF $225, Sunshine Coast, Regional Sechelt Landfill Gas to Energy Innovation Project IF $1,083, Sunshine Coast, Regional Securing Drinking Water Quality and Quantity in Electoral Area A, Sunshine RD GSPF $1,825, Taylor, Water System Upgrade GSPF $1,123, Telkwa, Village Green Municipal Building Improvements IF $644, Telkwa, Village Sustainable Subdivision Plan IF $36, Terrace, City City Terrace Integrated Sustainability Assessment IF $5, Terrace, City Integrated Community Sustainability (ICS) Project: Zoning Bylaw Review and Regulatory Bylaws Update IF $95, Thompson-Nicola, Regional North Thompson Septage Management IF $1,400, Thompson-Nicola, Regional Passive Oxidation Landfill Gas & Leachate Project IF $2,144, Vancouver, City Sea Level Rise Adaptation Strategy IF $200, Vancouver, City Southeast False Creek Neighbourhood Energy Utility (NEU) IF $9,470, Vanderho, Firehall Energy Upgrade GSPF $37, Vernon, City Sustainable Infrastructure Investment Plan IF $336, Vernon, City Upper BX Creek Watershed Improvement GSPF $801, Victoria, City Civic Sustainability Framework IF $200, Victoria, City Craigflower Road/Skinner Street RSP $260, Victoria, City James Bay Inflow & Infiltration Pilot Project IF $3,000, Victoria, City Johnson Street Bridge Project GSPF $16,500, RSP: Regionally Significant Project Funding Page 5 6

6 View Royal, Town Island Highway Improvement Plan (IHIP) - Part 1 GSPF $7,392, Wells, Wells/Barkerville Community School Geothermal Heating Project IF $364, Wells, Wells/Barkerville/Bowron Lakes Community Assessment IF $5, West Kelowna, Integrated Asset Management Plan GSPF $140, West Kelowna, Regional Active Transportation Project: Gellately Rd Phase 3 RSP $386, West Kelowna, West Kelowna Rapid Transit Project GSPF/RSP $3,590, Whistler, Cheakamus River Environmental Monitoring Program RSP $80, Whistler, Cross Connection Control Program RSP $178, Whistler, Sea to Sky - Cheakamus River Pedestrian Bridge Project RSP $160, Whistler, Whistler Liquid Waste Management Plan Update GSPF $50, Williams Lake, City Imagine Williams Lake! IF $5, Williams Lake, City Integrated Community Sustainability Plan GSPF $175, Williams Lake, City Overall Stormwater Management Phase 5 IF $771, Williams Lake, City Overall Stormwater Management Project - Phase 3 IF $771, Zeballos, Village Zeballos, Ehattesaht & Nuchatlaht Joint Integrated Community Sustainability Plan IF $56, RSP: Regionally Significant Project Funding Page 6 6

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