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Recent News Releases

CCPPP Celebrates 20-Year Anniversary of Canada’s Largest Public-Private Partnership: Bruce Power

Posted on 5/11/2021
Twenty years ago today, Bruce Power made history, becoming Canada’s first private nuclear operator and the largest — and one of the most successful — public-private partnership (P3) projects in the country.

CCPPP Welcomes Historic Investments to Help Build Ontario’s Transformational Transit Network

Posted on 5/11/2021
CCPPP welcomes the agreement announced today between the Government of Canada and Province of Ontario to help fund the transformational $28.5-billion expansion to Ontario’s transit network.

CCPPP Announces President & CEO Mark Romoff’s Plan to Step Down

Posted on 5/6/2021
CCPPP today announced that Mark Romoff will be stepping down as President & CEO on May 31. Romoff recently celebrated 10 years at CCPPP — a decade of unprecedented growth for the organization.

The Canadian Council for Public-Private Partnerships Announces President & CEO Mark Romoff’s Plan t

Posted on 5/6/2021
The Canadian Council for Public-Private Partnerships (CCPPP) today announced that Mark Romoff will be stepping down as President & CEO on May 31. Romoff recently celebrated 10 years at CCPPP — a decade of unprecedented growth for the organization. As

British Columbia makes record $26.4-billion investment in infrastructure in 2021-2022 Budget

Posted on 4/20/2021
Like its counterparts across the country, British Columbia is taking a two-pronged approach to its 2021-2022 budget: keep fighting the COVID-19 pandemic with critical health and social support measures while also investing in areas like infrastructur

Federal Budget Designed to Finish Canada's Pandemic Fight and Heal “Economic Wounds”

Posted on 4/19/2021
The federal budget will use $100 billion in new spending over the next three years to support Canadians hard hit by the social and economic devastation caused by the pandemic and make investments in critical areas such as infrastructure for a “dynami

Manitoba 2021-2022 budget boosts health-care spending to all-time high

Posted on 4/7/2021
To combat the pandemic and protect the health and well-being of its residents, Manitoba will invest a record amount in health care this year — $6.98 billion, Finance Minister Scott Fielding announced today as he released Budget 2021: Protecting Manit

‘Strong capital plan’ key to Saskatchewan’s pandemic economic recovery

Posted on 4/6/2021
Saskatchewan will invest a record $6.54 billion in health care, as well as $3.1 billion in capital projects to protect people and pave the way for economic recovery as the province emerges from the pandemic.

Quebec budget 2021-2022 boosts infrastructure investments & accelerates spending timeline

Posted on 3/25/2021
Québec is predicting it will return to its pre-pandemic level of economic activity by the end of 2021, however returning to balanced budgets will take an estimated seven years, said Finance Minister Eric Girard as he tabled the province’s 2021-2022 b

Nova Scotia strikes positive note with 2021-2022 Budget: ‘Our recovery has already started’

Posted on 3/25/2021
Nova Scotia Finance Minister Labi Kousoulis tabled the 2021-2022 budget today and predicted that in four years the Maritime province’s books will once again be balanced.

Ontario Budget 2021 sees hope on the horizon but commits billions to continue pandemic fight

Posted on 3/24/2021
Ontario tabled its 2021 budget today with a split focus: providing billions in extra funding to defeat the pandemic and to enable small businesses and communities to successfully bring their economies back to life.

Alberta 2021 budget boosts health care and infrastructure spending

Posted on 2/26/2021
The Alberta government budget for 2021 is firmly focused on helping the province successfully emerge from the pandemic with a $1.25-billion COVID-19 contingency fund, a $1.7-billion increase in capital funding and no new taxes or tax increases.

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Justin Trudeau à la conférence de 2014

En novembre 2014, le chef du parti libéral Justin Trudeau a fait part de ses réflexions à nos délégués de la conférence de 2014 sur les P3 concernant les besoins en infrastructure du Canada.

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