Canada's Economic Action Plan (EAP) provides assistance to other governments as well as to aboriginal communities. You can select one of these links to see a complete list of initiatives of interest to the following sectors:

The Government continues to support the Canadian sport system and Canadian athletes.

Economic Action Plan 2012 proposes $17 million over two years to further develop alternatives to existing isotope production technologies.

Attracting more international students and researchers to Canada will create jobs and economic growth, expand our people-to-people ties in priority markets, showcase Canadian research excellence abroad, help produce a more skilled workforce and foster closer ties between Canadian and international educational institutions.
Through the stimulus phase of the Economic Action Plan, the federal government invested in measures to improve railway safety and enhance grade crossings.
Through the stimulus phase of the Economic Action Plan, the government invested $200 million toward 210 social housing construction and renovation projects in Yukon, Northwest Territories, and Nunavut.
Greenhouse gas emissions and air pollutants are harmful to Canadians' health, degrade the environment and contribute to climate change.
Economic Action Plan 2012 proposes $150 million over two years to support repairs and improvements to existing small public infrastructure facilities through the Community Infrastructure Improvement Fund.

Economic Action Plan 2012 proposes to review Canada's preferential tariff regime for developing countries.

The IMF is a key global institution in assisting the international community through economic crises. In order to support its continuing role, the Government of Canada is delivering on its commitment to ratify a historic quota and governance reform agreement reached in 2010, which enhances the IMF's capacity to provide support to the global economy. These actions should continue to strengthen the legitimacy and effectiveness of the IMF.
Canadians want to help the world's poor, but they want assurances that their tax dollars are making a real difference in the lives of the people they are intended to help. In Budget 2007, the Government committed to an ambitious agenda to maximize the effectiveness of Canada's international assistance efforts. Considerable progress has been made in delivering on our promise to make Canada's aid more effective, particularly in the areas of accountability for resources and results, transparency, and the use of innovation to maximize the impact of aid.


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