Through the Infrastructure Policy and Planning Division, the program develops and coordinates implementation of sound infrastructure strategies for the Government of Ontario, including central agency management of the infrastructure planning process for the Government, support for the development of the capital plan which feeds into the Provincial Budget, development of sector specific infrastructure strategies, negotiation with the federal government on cost-shared infrastructure programs and coordination of infrastructure programs delivered through line ministries.
Through the Transit Policy Liaison Office, the program provides leadership and partnering in the implementation of the Move Ontario priority projects.
Through the Ontario Growth Secretariat, the program provides leadership in the implementation of its growth management policy and development and implementation of growth management plans.
Through the Strategic Asset Management Unit, the program reviews asset optimization opportunities for provincial assets including real estate holdings to ensure they support policy and programs and meet value for money objectives that are consistent with government priorities.
Through the Agencies Division, the program provides policy advice, issue management and liaison with the ministry's agencies: the Liquor Control Board of Ontario, the Ontario Lottery and Gaming Corporation, the Ontario Realty Corporation and Ontario Infrastructure Projects Corporation. The program also provides strategic analysis and leads the development of long-term, sustainable planning and procurement strategies, as well as the implementation of infrastructure best practices.
In support of the government's Renew Ontario Infrastructure Projects Corporation investment plan, Infrastructure Ontario carries out the implementation and project management of alternative financing and procurement infrastructure projects and offers affordable financing to broader public sector borrowers.
The program also includes capacities to support all aspects of the Ministry's mandate, including communications, strategic planning, financial management and controllership, policy coordination, human resources and accommodation.
|3||Capital Contingency Fund||1,060,000,000||175,000,000||175,000,000||-|
|TOTAL CAPITAL EXPENSE TO BE VOTED||1,360,000,000||207,456,000||283,785,000||15,485,460|
|Total Capital Expense||1,360,000,000||207,456,000||283,785,000||15,485,460|
|STANDARD ACCOUNT BY ITEM AND SUB-ITEMS|
|Municipal Infrastructure Investment Initiative||300,000,000|
|Total Capital Expense to be Voted||300,000,000|
|4001-3||Capital Contingency Fund|
|Total Capital Expense to be Voted||1,060,000,000|
|Total Capital Expense for Infrastructure and Growth Management Planning / Ministry Administration Program||1,360,000,000|
|TOTAL CAPITAL EXPENSE FOR MINISTRY OF PUBLIC INFRASTRUCTURE RENEWAL||1,360,000,000|