Through the Investment in Affordable Housing (IAH), the federal government is investing more than $1.9 billion over eight years to March 2019. Under the IAH, Provinces and Territories (P/Ts) match the federal investment and have responsibility for program design and delivery in order to meet local housing needs and priorities. From April 2011 to March 2018, 400,506 households are no longer in housing need as a result of this funding.

This table shows each province's and territory's share of the federal IAH dollars as well as the federal dollars claimed and number of units in each jurisdiction.

Total 2011 – 2019 IAH Funding — as at March 31, 2018
Province or Territory Total Federal Allocation ($M) Households1 CMHC Funding Claimed ($M)
Newfoundland and Labrador $54.480 12,015 $47.7
Prince Edward Island $11.840 5,064 $10.4
Nova Scotia $81.640 18,003 $71.4
New Brunswick $62.400 10,985 $54.6
Quebec $461.480 274,546 $403.8
Ontario $641.040 30,561 $560.9
Manitoba $82.800 6,066 $72.5
Saskatchewan $73.520 2,678 $64.3
Alberta $161.520 2,947 $141.3
British Columbia $240.160 36,080 $210.1
Northwest Territories $14.720 797 $12.9
Yukon Territory $12.600 616 $11.0
Nunavut $11.720 148 $10.3
National Total $1,909.920 400,506 $1,671.2

1 The number of households is equal to the number of units identified in P/T claims to CMHC

Nunavut

In recognition of the distinctive needs of Nunavut, Economic Action Plan 2013 announced $100 million over two years (2013 – 2014 and 2014 – 2015) to support new affordable housing.

The Territory is not required to cost-match the federal funding.

2-Year Federal Allocation ($M) Households / Units Funding Claimed to Date (M)
$100.00 253 $100.00

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Date Published: March 31, 2018