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2017-18 Gas Tax Funding by Municipality

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2017-18 Gas Tax Funding by Municipality

Ministry of Transportation

The following 105 municipalities will receive provincial funding for municipal transit this year:

 

Municipality

2017-18
Allocations ($)

1

Atikokan

24,806

2

Bancroft (Hastings Highlands, Highlands East, Wollaston)

93,595

3

Barrie (Essa)

2,179,631

4

Belleville

698,196

5

Blind River

10,449

6

Bracebridge

136,600

7

Bradford West Gwillimbury

171,280

8

Brampton

11,714,518

9

Brant County

91,361

10

Brantford

1,283,538

11

Brockville

223,047

12

Burlington

2,262,568

13

Chapleau

18,186

14

Chatham-Kent

952,316

15

Clarence-Rockland

247,241

16

Clearview

128,174

17

Cobourg

200,264

18

Cochrane

36,305

19

Collingwood (The Blue Mountains)

302,808

20

Cornwall

631,408

21

Cramahe (Alnwick/Haldimand, Hamilton Township)

60,092

22

Deseronto (Greater Napanee, Hastings County, Tyendinaga)

160,961

23

Dryden

45,011

24

Durham Region

8,675,923

25

Dysart et Al

14,303

26

Elliot Lake

130,177

27

Espanola

45,137

28

Fort Erie

285,076

29

Fort Frances

71,306

30

Greater Sudbury

2,644,599

31

Greenstone

11,127

32

Guelph

2,904,236


33

Halton Hills

427,415

34

Hamilton

11,192,903

35

Hanover (Arran-Elderslie, Brockton, Chatsworth,
Huron-Kinloss, Kincardine, Saugeen Shores, Southgate, West Grey)

709,844

36

Hearst

46,031

37

Huntsville

94,688

38

Ingersoll

41,633

39

Innisfil

75,000

40

Kapuskasing

63,572

41

Kawartha Lakes

675,904

42

Kenora

156,689

43

Kingston

2,645,735

44

Lanark County

388,583

45

LaSalle

55,504

46

Leamington (Kingsville)

195,645

47

London

9,998,631

48

Loyalist Township

172,815

49

Machin

8,774

50

Marmora and Lake (Centre Hastings, Madoc, Stirling-Rawdon, Tweed)

124,431

51

Meaford

65,250

52

Midland

178,259

53

Milton

932,073

54

Mississauga

18,071,334

55

Niagara Falls

1,401,055

56

Niagara Region

676,775

57

Niagara-on-the-Lake

143,487

58

Norfolk County

65,603

59

North Bay

 869,051

60

North Perth

 78,062

61

Oakville

 2,610,384

62

Orangeville

296,007

63

Orillia

 533,205

64

Ottawa

36,527,030

65

Owen Sound

246,223

66

Parry Sound

8,123

67

Peel

744,425

68

Pelham

147,658

69

Pembroke (Laurentian Valley)

115,894

70

Penetanguishene

89,829


71

Perth East

72,837

72

Peterborough City

1,725,994

73

Peterborough County

69,303

74

Point Edward

21,942

75

Port Colborne

151,021

76

Port Hope

163,886

77

Prince Edward County

97,980

78

Quinte West (Brighton)

496,408

79

Renfrew (Admaston/Bromley, Bonnechere Valley, Greater Madawaska, Horton, Whitewater Region)

247,625

80

Russell

149,141

81

Sarnia

970,552

82

Sault Ste Marie

1,137,289

83

Schreiber (Terrace Bay)

22,427

84

Sioux Lookout

37,862

85

St. Catharines

2,638,678

86

St. Marys (Perth South, Thames Centre, Zorra)

112,946

87

St. Thomas

402,939

88

Stratford

452,059

89

Tecumseh

81,542

90

Temiskaming Shores (Cobalt)

135,638

91

Thorold

243,719

92

Thunder Bay

2,012,318

93

Tillsonburg

54,075

94

Timmins

613,986

95

Toronto

181,904,194

96

Trent Hills

69,321

97

Wasaga Beach

191,481

98

Waterloo Region

10,454,575

99

Wawa

24,998

100

Welland

691,259

101

West Elgin (Newbury, Southwest Middlesex)

35,705

102

West Perth

41,902

103

Windsor

3,778,471

104

Woodstock

454,208

105

York Region

16,390,376

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