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Women's Infrastructure Network Awards Print E-mail

Women's Infrastructure Network

The Women's Infrastructure Network is pleased to annouce the inaugural WIN Leadership Awards, which will recognize two outstanding women in Canada's infrastructure sector. The two categories are: Outstanding Leader Award and Emerging Leader Award.

The deadline for nominations is January 30, 2015. Award winners will be recognized at a reception to be held in April 2015.


2014 Award Winners for Innovation and Excellence Print E-mail
Tuesday, 28 October 2014 08:00

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National Awards LogoThe Canadian Council for Public-Private Partnerships (CCPPP) is proud to announce the 2014 recipients of the National Awards for Innovation and Excellence in Public-Private Partnerships (P3s), including the C.W. Chuck Wills Award that recognizes outstanding achievement in the municipal sector.

"The Council's Awards Program has become increasingly competitive, which really speaks volumes about the calibre of the projects selected," stated Mark Romoff, President and CEO of CCPPP. This year's award winners will be bringing Canadians safe, clean drinking water; improving wastewater management; developing clean, reliable sources of energy; improved transportation routes; modern, consolidated judicial services; and cutting-edge health care facilities that are focused on the patients. These projects are delivered to the highest quality standards, while providing substantial savings and efficiencies over traditional procurement methods.

News Release - Hon. James M. Flaherty Honoured Posthumously as 2014 P3 Champion Print E-mail
Monday, 27 October 2014 08:00

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The Canadian Council for Public-Private Partnerships (CCPPP) is proud to announce that the late Honourable James (Jim) Michael Flaherty has been posthumously named the P3 Champion for 2014. CCPPP salutes Jim Flaherty's tremendous career of contributions to infrastructure development and renewal in Canada, and to the advancement of a best-in-class Canadian public-private partnership (P3) model.

"It is hard to overstate the importance of Jim Flaherty's role in addressing Canada's infrastructure deficit," said Dale Richmond, Chair of CCPPP's Board. "He was a visionary who recognized that private sector skills and innovation can help governments to build better quality infrastructure, while saving money for Canadian taxpayers."


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