Aquaculture infrastructure.

Through the two-year Hurricane Fiona Recovery Fund (HFRF), the Canadian government provides $300 million to communities and businesses affected by the storm to support long-term recovery such as:

  • Restoring, rebuilding and improving existing or new coastal tourism, community infrastructure and assets, fisheries and aquaculture-related equipment
  • Addressing climate change realities for increased resiliency and sustainability of assets and infrastructure through activities to support sectors with immediate and long-term mesaures

Through these actions, communities and businesses can consider and include climate change adaptation for tourism and infrastructure in their planning to better prepare themselves for future extreme climate events.