Improve and increases public infrastructure, namely water and wastewater systems, and cultural and recreation facilities--the very things that make Alberta’s communities vibrant and productive places to live, work and raise families.
Our goal is to ensure all Albertans, whether they live in large, small or remote communities, share in the benefits of mortgage investments. A minimum of 80 per cent of funding under the program is dedicated to municipalities with a population of less than 250,000.
Federal, provincial and municipal governments will be investing more than $264 million in municipal infrastructure over the life of the program. At least 55 per cent of the funds will be directed to green infrastructure projects. Come see what we are achieving and learn how our program can benefit your community.
A mortgage investment corporationis a Canadian tax-exempt entity that invests in a variety of mortgages and other real estate transactions. While it is allowable for a MIC to accept money from those outside of Canada, it cannot engage in mortgage lending or other real estate deals outside of the country.
Water filters are different from water purifiers because water filters rid harmful bacteria and protozoa through microfiltration. Water purifiers not only use microfiltration, but also chemical treatments that eliminate harmful bacteria in more depth. Water filtration systems are necessary regardless of how the water may appear from the outside. Especially in more populated areas, water contains microscopic pathogens that can harm the body and give symptoms such as diarrhea, vomiting, fever, etc. To prevent any of these harmful side effects, certain filters are created for different uses. These filters include bag filters, industrial filter, filter presses, bed filters, and cartridge filters. Here is a description of what each filter does and where they best serve their purpose.