Starting in 2022, the Government of Canada will provide up to $300 million over two years to support communities and business affected by the storm and long-term recovery efforts through the Hurricane Fiona Recovery Fund (HFRF).

HFRF is coordinated by the Atlantic Canada Opporuntities Agency, and is intended to assist applicants with numerous activities including:

  • Restoring, rebuilding and improving existing or new coastal tourism and community infrastructure and fisheries and aquaculture-related equipment
  • Carrying out activities to support hard-hit sectors (e.g., aquaculture) with immediate needs and longer-term mitigation measures to address climate change realities for increased resiliency and sustainability of assets and infrastructure
  • Rebuilding, renovating or repairing of community assets and other facilities.

Full list of eligible activities and applicants.